The PSD and PNL leaders would have agreed to combine the local elections with the European parliamentary elections and organize them in June, political sources told Europa Libera. Local elections were usually held in September.
Also, the debates tackled the possibility of merging other two elections: the first round of presidential election with the general parliamentary election.
According to the cited sources, PSD and PNL will not participate on joint lists in the local or parliamentary elections, but each party will have candidates in the vast majority of cases for the positions they already hold, the rest where USR or PMP have public positions will be divided and candidate either PSD or PNL depending on the specific negotiations.
At the same time, the presidential candidate will be determined after the polls, after the June 9 elections, and the prime minister will be given by the party that will not hold the candidacy for the position of President of Romania.
A final, official decision will be taken on Thursday, at the meeting of the Coalition, according to the quoted political sources.