The Socialist Party's Republican Council today has decided to open negotiations for a coalition with the Democratic Party. The possible future political alliance will base on the same agreement signed with the bloc ACUM.
The first discussions will take place tomorrow, said PSRM Executive Secretary Vlad Batrîncea.
-Are you ready to make an alliance with the PDM?
- We will have discussions with the Democrat Party in order to secure the parliamentary majority. Obviously. I think that the discussions will be daily, during this week", said Vlad Batrîncea, PSRM executive secretary.
Democrats didn't immediately comment on this decision. Coincidentally or not, today the Democratic Party also convened the meeting of the National Political Council.
The Socialists argue that they have decided to negotiate with the PDM because PAS and PPDA did not respond to countless calls to resume the dialogues and find consensus. They also mention that their former colleagues should be due to overcome the misunderstandings between them by now.
PSRM analyzed three possible scenarios: Under these conditions, the Republican Council of PSRM analyzed the three possible scenarios:
1) maintaining the current situation, with a government without stable political support;
2) political partnership with the PDM, which is the only parliamentary party open to dialogue on this topic;
3) early parliamentary elections in November, along with the presidential ones.