On Saturday it was the second time that Liberals' leader Calin Popescu Tariceanu was elected vice president of the European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party in the Congress taking place in September 23-24 in Bratislava. Although not present, as he h
On Saturday it was the second time that Liberals' leader Calin Popescu Tariceanu was elected vice president of the European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party in the Congress taking place in September 23-24 in Bratislava. Although not present, as he had to go back to Romania because of the floods, Tariceanu was reelected vice president. Congress attendants chose Tariceanu in disfavor of the other 6 candidates running for the vice president position. Markus Loning from Germany, Katarina Gloncakova-Golev from Slovakia and Wilfried Derksen from the Netherlands were elected vice presidents as well. Annemie Neyts, a Belgian Liberal in the European Parliament, was elected president of ELDR against Jozias Van Aartsen (representative of the Dutch Liberal Party).
As the Romanian Liberal leader was absent, delegate minister for community acquis Cristian David read out Tariceanu's message to congress attendants. Tariceanu promised to enlarge and develop liberalism in Central and Eastern Europe, as he expressed belief that Europe's greatest interest was to go on with the enlargement of the European Union, in spite of skeptics pleading for the opposite view.(...) (C.E.)

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