Remarks following the meeting between Maya Sandu and Klaus Iohannis were followed by a press conference. The conference, which was typical of the general mood, was marked by questions arranged, which officials from the palace put into the purse or pocket of the so-called journalists. One of the questions arises because of the wording chosen in such a way that Klaus Johannes can get a definite answer, without the trouble of talking.
It was a question posed by Envoy Dan Turturic, who was seated in the chair of the President and Director-General, by the head of the Socialist People’s Party, Lucien Bahono, Prestanda of the Presidential Administration.
Blessed with such a question, said in a way that can only be answered in one way, Klaus Johannes gave an ultimatum to the UDMR:
“The second issue, and here I approached your question with the UDM, I think there is a need for general clarifications from the UDM, because a large part of the UDM leadership and ministers were present at that event. They will have to explain if they agree with the content of that. The speech they applauded for, which would be very complex, or if they did not understand what was being talked about, and simply generally praised the person who gave the speech. Whatever the explanation, it should be there and I think there should be a clarifying discussion, including in the coalition the ruler.
On the other hand, no one in Romania wants to cause a government crisis, because a high-ranking foreign figure gave the wrong speech. But we cannot pretend these things were not said, any more than we can pretend these things were not applauded.”
You don’t have to get past the wit of the Oat Festival, which has turned the family business of Klaus Iohannis, into a national holiday, to notice that it’s an ultimatum to the formation that, along with PNL and PSD, rules Romania.
The leaders of the Revolutionary Democratic Union were present in Tonad, where Viktor Orban starred, and even worse for Klaus Iohannis, they praised the historic speech of the Hungarian Prime Minister. They applauded him for purely political reasons. First of all, because Viktor Orban is the idol of the Hungarian voters in Romania. The applause for him is for the leaders of the Mediterranean Democratic Union a matter of electoral survival. Then, Viktor Urban is the prudent sponsor of UDMR. How do you not applaud him? I, although I am neither a Hungarian nor even the leader of UMDR, if I had been present at Tonad, I would have applauded for the speech. Since Fidel Castro, the genius of public speaking, I have never met a speaker as talented as Viktor Urban in the modern world. His rhetoric shines not only through vision, through culture, through the adoption of history as an educational message, but also – if not above all – through qualitative rhetoric. By making some references in the text to the present of the gathering or to the general culture of the audience, by sprinkling popular expressions, some even from the suburbs, Viktor Urban managed to wow the audience. It would be a joke if you compare the speech to the speeches of Klaus Johannes, as woody as they are cocky, or to the banter of Nikolai Sieuch, one who sweats to the level of a severe meteorological event to say in public only that Anna has apples.
Later, UDMR leaders were questioned by our Operations Press, and refused to condemn the speech, although they previously had the example of Paul Stonescu of the PSD, also known as Artimetica, after drafting his kind, Oșlobanu lui Creangă.
Regardless of the reason for the applause signed by those belonging to the USSR, Klaus Iohannis at the press conference invented what Octavian Steriano called the crime of applause, summoning the DEM to reconsider the reaction and publicly condemn Viktor Orban.
UDMR leaders had two possibilities.
Let them go back to the initial phrases and laugh in Moldovan style with spitting as they kissed. or reject the warning.
As expected, the UDMR leaders, who had no intention of electoral suicide, rejected the ultimatum, and announced that they would not back down from what they said after the event in Tonad.
Klaus Iohannis predicted this possibility. As can be seen from his answer, he asked the coalition to discuss with the group of workers preoccupied with culture the deviations of the comrades of the UDM and ask them to leave the government.
The ultimatum was given by Klaus Iohannis on Friday, July 29, before half the government was brought in for his family’s celebration with Ovăzul.
On the same day UDMR rejected the warning.
You expect the Alliance pot to boil. The National Liberation Party, the party harnessed by Klaus Iohannis, was supposed to unleash a wave of anti-UDM statements, marked by a demand for the UDM to leave the government. PSD shouldn’t stay in the dark with the sock pulled over its head either. Given the servitude of Klaus Iohannis, the PSD leaders should have outdone the leaders of the National Liberation Party in terms of proletarian outrage. PSD leaders remained silent. Marcel Ciolaco has had a geostrategic illness with Covid. On the one hand, out of his association with the great leader of the democratic peoples, Joe Biden was infected with the succession of Kovezs, on the other, so as not to be forced to speak on the question of the ultimatum.
The PNL leaders were even more embarrassed than their comrades from Hăis Cea.
They indulged in slanderous pamphlets against the USSR.
without requiring the union, as Klaus Iohannis pointed out, to leave the government.
It’s Wednesday August 2, 2022.
The National Liberation Party did not put into practice the great signal of Klaus Iohannis.
Has the National Liberation Party finally realized that Klaus Iohannis has only 15% in the polls?!
The editorial was published in cristoiublog.ro