President Klaus Iohannis on Wednesday told the new Interior Minister, Dragos Tudorache that it is paramount for the parliamentary elections to unfold safely, so "we have the certainty that the outcome is not altered whatsoever."
The president addressed the new minister at the Cotroceni presidential Palace, after the latter was sworn in.
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Iohannis assured Tudorache that his tenure, even if 'pretty short' won't be 'simple', since the minister is taking over one of the main portfolios in a difficult stage and yet with very good opportunities to strengthen this ministry that has suffered several changes.
The head of state reminded that the Interior Ministry has had an important part in this June local elections and that it behaved impeccably.
The president concluded that it is vital to Romania that the parliamentary elections due on 11 December should unfold in perfect order, safely and that we'll have the certainty that their outcome will not be altered at all, according to Agerpres.