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Adrian Nastase, 95% to Run for President

22 Iul 2004 - 00:00

POLITICS - July 22 2004

The Social Democratic Party (SDP) president, Adrian Nastase, has 95% decided to run for President this autumn.


"I’m 95% sure that I will candidate for the Romanian Presidency", stated Adrian Nastase, ruling out the incertitude about this decision. The Prime Minister stated this during the press conference he held on Tuesday afternoon, at the end of the Security Council of the UN meeting, which he chaired. "If the thorough analysis will show that my colleagues consider that I should be the party’s candidate, I will candidate", he added.

Asked whether he isn’t 100% sure about running for president because he believes the executive attributions are greater than the presidential ones, the Prime Minister proved that the Executive got more and more powerful in the last four years, having a structure similar to the one in the other European countries. "The President has a role that has been defined in some special circumstances, not only because of the model before 1989, when, probably, the general secretary was much more important than the country’s president. I think this statute appeared because in our Constitution we have adopted a French-Belgian model, and, this way Romania is a semi-presidential country", added Nastase.

In the same time, the Romanian Prime Minster also added "we might take into account a future change of the Constitution". These questions have been asked by reporters from Europa Libera (an important radio station in Romania) and BBC, which were present in New York, at the UN headquarters. During a later discussion with the Romanian press, Adrian Nastase said that the proposals for the Constitution’s change aren’t novelty, and reminded that he wanted a thorough discussion about the election of the President to be made by the Parliament, in order to avoid collaboration between him and the Parliament, even if the two parts have different political orientations.

SUPPORT. Also on Tuesday, the participants in the County Council meeting of SDP Vrancea have unanimously decided to support the nomination of Adrian Nastase to run for President during the SDP Congress from the 27th of August. According to the decision of the Central executive Bureau, the extraordinary SDP Congress will nominate the party’s candidate for the presidential elections this autumn. During the SDP Vrancea meeting the members also talked about the situation of some local organizations that didn’t obtain the wanted results. The members concluded that there were poor results in the areas where appeared the self-importance, the lack of communication with the people, the change of the personal behavior, after obtaining an important administrative or political function.

Translation: SORIN BALAN

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