PSD chairman Marcel Ciolacu says that, after the general elections in 2024, he sees the same PNL-PSD-UDMR coalition leading Romania, the government will be shaped by a German model.
Marcel Ciolacu said on Sunday evening, on Antena 3, that after the 2024 elections, a system like the German one will most likely be drawn. “In the German system, everyone is running and then they put in the same basket. Do you see that a different majority is being drawn? Because I practically don’t see,” said the Social Democrat leader.
As for the rotation of prime ministers, he said that this will take place, as established, in 2023, when he will be appointed prime minister of PSD.
“We need political stability. We have it. Now we have to focus on the government efficiency. We have this dialogue inside the ruling coalition, even if the PM has meanwhile become the chairman of the National Liberal Party, and thus becoming a political foe for me and for PSD, both me and Mr. Ciuca proved that we have the capacity to join forces and to pull the cart in the same direction and to try to find the best solutions, first to counter the hiking prices,” Ciolacu told Antena 3 private broadcaster.
The latest CURS poll shows that if there were elections on Sunday, 35% would vote for PSD, 23% would vote for PNL, and UDMR would have voted for 5% of voters. The same poll shows that only 19% of Romanians believe that the USR-PNL alliance was useful, while the PNL alliance with PSD is welcomed by a double proportion of the surveyed population – 38%.
According to the same opinion poll, AUR would obtain 12% and USR – 11%.