Petru Luhan (PD-L): Euro-elections to consolidate position of EPP

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Petru Luhan, candidate for a mandate of Europarliamentarian from the Democratic Liberal Party, urges Romanians to elect with high attention, on June 7, following which, the European People’s Party, to which PD-L is affiliated, will significantly consolidate its position in the future European Parliament.
In an interview for Agerpres, Luhan, from the county of Suceava, north-east of Bucharest, said that „A prospect of the future Parliament, made a few month ago, by the international company Burson Marsteller, on the basis of a statistic model developed by three specialists in political sciences, Simon Hix, London School of Economics), Michael Marsh (Trinity College Dublin) and Nick Vivyan (London School of Economics, shows that the future elections will significantly consolidate the position of the European People’s Party, Luhan said.
In the opinion of the candidate of the PD-L, the European Family of the Democrat Liberals, is practically leading Europe, he mentioned in the context, Hans-GERT Poettering, president of the European Parliament, who represents the EPP or Jose Manuel Durao Barroso, the current president of the European Commission.
Curently, two of the most important European Institutions are led by representatives in the EPP, and at European level, 14 heads of state and government are members of the EPP, ” said Luhan.
According to the candidate of the PD-L, the estimate of Hix and Marsh shows that 285 mandates of Euro-parliamentarians could go to EPP group, compared with 217, for the Socialists and 73 for the Liberals (ALDE).
According to the same study, in percentages, EPP could hold around 39 percent, the Socialists – 30 percent, the Liberals – 10 percent, for the Socialists (PES) and 73 for the Liberals (ALDE).
According to the same study, in percentages, EPP could hold some 39 percent, the Socialists – 30 percent, and the Liberals – ten percent, with the rest of the mandates going to smaller groups, the Greens in Germany, France, Italy, then the radical Left, and third the Nationalists, and the non¬affiliated could share almost equally the places that remained.
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