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Kelemen Hunor: We have to break out of vicious circle; I am convinced that my colleagues also want stability

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Romania will have to break out of a "vicious circle" it has entered in recent years, Deputy Prime Minister Kelemen Hunor, leader of the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR), said on Thursday evening, expressing hope that his coalition partners also want stability and solidarity for the country, agerpres reports.

"We have to break out of this vicious circle that Romania has entered. Since 2012 we have had 10, 11, 12, 13 governments, I can't even count them, which means that almost no government has been in power for more than a year. There were governments for 6 months, some governments for a year or so, but you do realize that you can't work at such a pace, and we must try to break this vicious circle and ensure stability, it's our joint responsibility, since we come together in this coalition," Kelemen Hunor told private broadcaster Antena 3.

He added that the UDMR will continue to be a balancing factor.

"As far as we are concerned, of course, we are trying to be a balancing factor, but this is possible if the other partners also want cooperation and solidarity, something long-term for the country, not for themselves or for ourselves.However, it will not be easy, I have to say this, we needn't pretend otherwise. After 4, 5, 6 years, while they were opponents, I don't even know, it's hard to find from one day to the next, in 24 hours, in a week, to regain confidence. When there was the former USL [Social Liberal Union, a former political alliance between the Social Democratic Party (PSD), and the Centre Right Alliance (ACD) of National Liberal Party (PNL) and the Conservative Party (PC) - editor's note](...), it seemed to me that it would work, but it didn't work and since then there was always an adversity. In the end, we are mature people, I am convinced that my colleagues also want stability and then we will succeed," argued the UDMR leader.

Regarding the priorities for the next term of Deputy Prime Minister, Kelemen Hunor pointed out that first of all it is about those related to the ministries where UDMR is represented, on the one hand, and on the other hand, those related to the Hungarian community, which meet but with the priorities of the majority in everything that means the development of Romania and the preservation of the ethnic, linguistic, cultural identity.

"If these elements are safe - language, culture, religion - then you can build the future on the basis of mutual respect. Development and the Ministry of Development are an important resource for every community, for every territorial unit. (...) It is important to find those ways to invest in renewable energy, to solve the problems that have not been solved," the deputy prime minister underlined.


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