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Romanian liberals want to replace their leader Cîțu on April 10th


The leadership of the Romanian Liberal Party set in motion a mechanism aimed at replacing party leader Florin Cîțu in an Extraordinary Congress on April 10th. The party’s first-vice presidents reportedly invited Florin Cîțu to resign, but he refused.

All PNL county organizations, except those from Constanța, Gorj, Argeș, Timișoara, and also the organization of the 3rd District in Bucharest, are among those who signed the letter urging Florin Cîțu to resign from the position of PNL president, sources within the anti-Cîțu faction told G4Media.

Thus, the party’s executive body was summoned on April 1 to schedule for April 3 the National Council that gathers 600 local representatives. Notably, the executive body is summoned by all four vice-presidents.

One week later, if everything goes according to plan, an Extraordinary Congress with 1,500 delegates from all over the country will elect a new president of the party.