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Tuesday, November 23, 2004
It appears that some transcripts of internal PSD meetings and discussions have surfaced lately. No need to say, PSD complains that they are not true, and that it is a dirty attack of them, now that elections are very very close.
Call me what you want, but they sound "real" to me. And they are truly, truly dirty.
- Party learders discuss the help that they have received from church leaders last year when the new Constitution of Romania has been voted with "special efforts". They also discuss around the one who did not help them.
- Pragmatic considerations are being made: "if we take 700-800 milion worth of loans and we start to building sites all over the country, on county roads, we'll have no problem winning the elections, at least 80% in rural areas. They have nothing to eat, but if you build a nice road in front of their courtyard, so that they don't have to walk through mud, they're happy."
- Influencing the justice system and directing the files where they can be properly handled is also on the agenda
- Many are complaing that there are newspapers that are against them, or even newspapers that they suppor which happen to write bad PR about them. The same goes for televisions. Measures are being imagined to correct the situation. "This would mean to have people checking the tape saying
More details for the Romanian speakers here...
Posted by TM : 11/23/2004 10:18:00 am
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