PSD's Badalau: There will be a reshuffle

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Executive chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Niculae Badalau said at the party headquarters on Tuesday that a Cabinet reshuffle will indeed take place.

"The prime minister has a governing programme to carry through, and where he thinks the ministers do not perform well, he normally comes up with requests to renew the ministries by replacing ministers. This is his power and we respect that. As long as Mr [PM] Mihai Tudose says that we have some lagging is certain areas because of ministers, he will come up before the PSD Executive Committee with reasoning and we will make a decision, proposing other names, "said Badalau.

Asked if Tudose came to the meeting at the PSD headquarters "with his tenure on the table," Badalau said that he is a wise man who knows what governing means.

"Mr Mihai Tudose is a man; he is a mature, wise man who knows very well what governing a country means and does not play with it. (...) He is a determined man who will definitely develop Romania and make lives better for the Romanians," said Badalau.

Asked if the prime minister requested the resignation of the PSD national leader Liviu Dragnea, Badalau replied: "No, that is excluded. How would he ask for the resignation of the party's chairman?," AGERPRES (RO — author: Roberto Stan, editor: Florin Marin; EN — author: Corneliu-Aurelian Colceriu, editor: Rodica State)

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