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PSD's Dragnea asks for a criminal complaint for high treason against President Klays Iohannis

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Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD – major ruling party) Liviu Dragnea asked the Social Democrats to file a criminal complaint for high treason against President Klaus Iohannis.

"Iohannis who betrays Romania's interests is saying for a very long time that Romania's Government, that Romania is not ready to take over the Presidency of the EU Council. This is an act of national treason, [treason] of the national interests of this country practiced by Klaus Werner Iohannis. Mr Mircea Draghici, together with Mr Iordache (...) and with the specialist support of Mr Toader, please, after the New Year's, file that complaint for high treason against Klaus Werner Iohannis," Dragnea stated at the National Council meeting of the PSD.

He added that the PSD has been subjected over the last two years of governing to the "most ample" and "well-prepared" programme against it.

"Our party has been subjected to the most ample and well-prepared programme against it, our dissolution was attempted, the torn-apart of this party both from within and outside the party, both from inside and outside the Government, both from within and outside the country," Dragnea said on Sunday at a meeting of the National Council of the PSD.

According to him, the issue of amnesty and pardon should be addressed so as to close this issue, as PSD and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE, minor at rule, ed.n.) have the obligation to correct injustices.

"There is talk of amnesty and pardon in Romania as if we were talking about having an atomic bomb and thinking about whether to use it or not against the European Union or against the world. I am not afraid to pronounce these words. If someone finds other instruments, other legislative measures, any other kind of action that will fully solve all the injustices that have happened in Romania and which are still happening, all the abuses of justice other than amnesty and pardon will have all the support of the party and my personal support. If not, do not hesitate, I do not know when, I do not know how, but PSD, PSD-ALDE also has this duty to correct the injustices. And those in the press with epaulettes [reference to former officers of the secret communist police, ed.n]. and all of you paid by Soros in bitcoins, you should stop acting desperate, you have seen that all things come to light, eventually, invent something, find a provision in a decision of the CCR [Constitutional Court of Romania, ed.n.], a comma in a decision of the Constitutional Court to say: these two pieces of legislation, three pieces of legislation, five pieces of legislation do not apply to Liviu Dragnea and we close the subject. Get out everyone from this trap in which they personalize all these intentions as they are given for me," Dragnea said on Sunday at PSD's National Council.

He added that when the Government wants to take a good measure, "another file pops up."

He then conveyed to the Social Democrats to act as statesmen: "Decide when and if, and at some point we are going to close this subject because we are bored."

"I would like us for two years to deal with what is important to the country. And this area is very important, indeed, Justice needs to be reset and many, many people in this system, both judges and prosecutors say it needs to be reset," Dragnea added.

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