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HPR Allies with SDP

06 Sep 2004 - 00:00

POLITICS - September 6th 2004

The Members of the National Council of HPR (the Humanist Party of Romania) voted yesterday that the humanists would go to the general elections this year in alliance with SDP (the Social Democratic Party).


The votes of the 383 members of the National Council present at the meeting yesterday have been as follows: 202 votes for the alliance with SDP, 19 votes for the alliance with the NLP (the National Liberal Party) - DP (the Democratic Party) Alliance and 142 votes for taking part in the elections using their own lists. One vote has been canceled. "I am personally glad for not having unanimously voting because this way people can see that there are different opinions inside our party", said Dan Voiculescu, the HPR president. Following the negotiations held by now between the two parties, the humanists will have 22 places eligible for the Deputies’ Chamber and 10 places for the Senate on the joint lists with SDP and they will have their specific parliamentary groups in both of the Chambers.

IDENTITY. The HPR president, Dan Voiculescu, firmly said that HPR is an independent party that does not become one with some other political formation. "HPR will still have a specific doctrine, a specific identity. HPR has never been and will never be dragged by any other party, no matter the name", stated the humanist leader in front of his colleagues from all over the country gathered yesterday at the National Council of the party. The humanist leader proved that the main argument for HPR to ally with SDP was the National Council’s vote, itself. Dan Voiculescu believes that some of the NLP - DP Alliance electorate will transfer themselves towards the HPR-SDP alliance. "I believe this was also the main reason for making SDP get closer to the humanists. We have a different doctrine to the SDP one, and the governing party needed a certain percentage in the liberal area", stated the HPR leader. The SDP leader, Adrian Nastase, welcomed the HPR National Council’s decision concerning the alliance with SDP.


During the following days, SDP and HPR will have another chapter of negotiations to precisely set the logo, the name and the candidate for the Presidency of Romania for the alliance. There will also be a joint electoral strategy. The final decision regarding all these issues will be taken in a mutual SDP-HPR forum to happen quite soon, according to the HPR leader, Dan Voiculescu. He also added that the negotiations did not yet take into consideration a future mutual Government or the possible functions for the HPR representatives in such a Government, because since we don’t know the result of the elections we cannot talk about it.

Translation: SORIN BALAN

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