Last Wednesday Romanian Liberals and Conservatives made contradictory statements on the ANI (National Integrity Agency) project. After the leaders of the two parties met, PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu claimed he got the Conservatives' support for the ANI, whereas Dan Voiculescu, president of the Conservative Party, said he wouldn't support the government's version on the project.
On the other hand, the Romanian PM claimed that the idea to isolate the Democrat Party on the stage of Romanian politics, which the Conservatives had suggested, was not an issue they talked about. Still Voiculescu said this was one reason the two parties' leader met for.
As for the ANI, the PM outlined he insisted that all Coalition parties should support the law project in the government's version and mentioned the Conservatives agreed. (...) (V.D.)