Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, October 24 - November 7, 2018
PSD CEx Meeting On Monday, November 5th, 2018, PSD organized an Executive Committee (CEx) meeting. During this meeting, the main topic of discussion was the exclusion of key members of PSD who “negotiated against the interests of this party”, PSD vice-president Adrian Țuțuianu and MP Marian Neacșu were excluded from PSD because they were „hurting the stability of the party”. Given that the MPs had a modicum of support within the party, there are questions regarding how PSD will maintain its parliamentarian majority. However, ALDE president Călin-Popescu Tăriceanu insisted that PSD-ALDE will maintain a comfortable majority. Another CEx meeting is due to take place next week when PM Viorica Dăncilă will present the evaluation of the Ministers and will discuss a Government reshuffle.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, October 10 - 22, 2018
Government reshuffle   PM Viorica Dancila said on Wednesday, October 24th, 2018, that she will finish the evaluation of the Ministers on Monday, October 29th, stressing that she will not make the evaluation based on the names of the Ministers, but on their overall activity. She also confirmed that there will be a meeting of the PSD Executive Committee (CEx) where they will discuss the reshuffle, at the beginning of the next week.  PSD president, Liviu Dragnea, also stressed that there are “zero chances” of keeping the Government’s current structure. Moreover, on Friday, October 19th, 2018, the vice-president of PSD, Doina Pană, said that the special committee in charge of analyzing the activities of the Ministers has finished its activity and is looking forward to the CEx meeting to discuss the reshuffle.   On the other hand, ALDE leader, Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu said that ALDE does not plan to change any of his Ministers, but every party has the right to evaluate its. Ministers as it sees fit. Both the Minister for Waters and Forests and the Minister for Tourism said that they do not see a tragedy in the possibility of losing their position within the current government if the evaluation shows that they did not perform accordingly to people’s expectations.  


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, September 26 - October 10, 2018
The Romanian constitutional referendum which aimed to modify the definition of “family” from article 48 of the Romanian Constitution was held on the 6th and 7th October. Despite the extraordinary measures employed by the Government to organize the referendum over two days, the turnout was unexpectedly low. Thus, only 21,08% of the voting population participated in the referendum, according to the Central Electoral Bureau, which meant that the threshold of validation was not attained (30% of the population with a right to vote). Preliminary results of the referendum show that 91,57% of people voted in favour of the amendment, while a merely 6,46 % dissented. Despite this, the national referendum that cost around EUR 40 million was invalidated and will produce no effects upon the Romanian Constitution. 


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, August 29 - September 12, 2018
On September 9, The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Liviu Dragnea, attended a talk-show on Antena 3 TV station where he mentioned the current pressing issues for the party (and for himself). The internal divide within PSD continued to grow after last week’s statements of Bucharest Mayor Gabriela Firea against Dragnea. The latter alluded that Firea was being manipulated and that it was completely unreasonable of her to ask for the resignation of Carmen Dan (Minister of Internal Affairs) without any evidence. Even though he stated that her position as mayor is not threatened, Dragnea reminded that he was the one that proposed and endorsed Firea’s candidacy for the City Hall.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, August 15 - 29, 2018
The Chamber of Deputies and the Senate are set to convene September 3rd (Monday) at 4:00 PM, thus signaling the start of the ordinary Parliamentary session for the second half of 2018. Between August 29 and September 2, the National Executive Committee of PSD is to convene in Neptun to trace lines of action for the upcoming year, since both presidential and European Parliament elections are to take place in 2019. The letter of PSD senator Ecaterina Andronescu requesting the resignation of Liviu Dragnea might also constitute a subject of discussion, as well as the evaluation of several Ministers’ activity in the current Gov’t. ALDE met on August 28 and on the agenda there have been new legislative proposals soon to be initiated, including the Law of Lobbying, since this type of activity is currently unregulated.


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