PM Viorica Dancila firmly refuses to resign after the disastrous PSD score


Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has announced that she does not consider the possibility of resigning from office, amid the disastrous PSD score in the elections for the European Parliament.

President Klaus Iohannis, the leaders of USR Plus and PNL have asked for her resignation, but Dancila said she does not consider it.

“The Romanians have confidence in the Government, now they have voted for the European Parliament, they did not vote for parliamentary elections, and if the Government is to be dismissed, a censure motion is needed, and if approved, then the Government is dismissed,” PM Viorica Dancila said.

Later on Sunday, PM Dancila said for Antena 3 TV private broadcaster she does not intend to leave the Government.

“Definitely not, I will not resign, I think it’s the 20th time when Iohannis asks for my resignation, but that does not mean we say yes. The Government can fall following a motion by the Parliament’s vote, if not, we will continue the government programme. I believe that a motion will not be voted,” Dancila said.

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