Social Democratic Party (PSD) President Marcel Ciolacu told Sunday's event "Europe Day - a European project for Romania" organized at Snagov Palace, that the implementation in Romania of the European Pillar of Social Rights must be a priority for everyone, regardless of political affiliation."
"Most of the time, the political class has embraced festivism, to the detriment of concrete action. That is why, more than a quarter of a century after the historical moment in Snagov, Romania is today in an acute crisis of ideas and national projects. In 1995, a few years after the fall of communism, all political forces understood that they had to shake hands for a Pact that would lead Romania to the European Union and NATO. (...) I ask you today to have the wisdom to build a 'new Snagov' for the Romanian society! We have this duty, both for the Romanians born under communism, and for the generations of transition or those born in European Romania", Ciolacu said in his speech in front of some party representatives and leaders of some unions and employers, agerpres.ro confirms.
He concluded that "PSD has been an engine of integration and will remain a promoter of national interests in Europe." "We have led the process of European and Euro-Atlantic integration. We have the necessary experience to start a new development project for Romania. Therefore, I hope that together we will find those common goals, left or right, above the current ambitions of Romania. What matters is to move Romania forward!", the PSD leader also said.
The event organized by PSD and PES Activists Romania was also attended by the general secretary of the party, Paul Stanescu, the president of the PSD National Council, Vasile Dancu, the president of the National Trade Union Confederation "Cartel Alfa", Bogdan Hossu, the president of the National Trade Union Bloc, Dumitru Costin and the president of the National Council of Small and Medium Private Enterprises in Romania, Florin Jianu.