Central European Morning Report: "Political Leaders Advocate for Civic Rights and Public Health"

Central European Morning Report: "Political Leaders Advocate for Civic Rights and Public Health"

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AUR President George Simion Leads Protest Against Voting Restrictions for Romanians Abroad:

Approximately 200 supporters of the Alliance for the Union of Romanians (AUR), led by party president George Simion, rallied in front of the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP) headquarters, decrying what they deemed as unconstitutional restrictions on the voting rights of Romanians living abroad. The protest targeted the decision by the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and the National Liberal Party (PNL) to close numerous polling stations abroad and organize elections in a single day, preventing many Romanians from casting their votes. Simion criticized the AEP for what he described as inadequate organization of the electoral campaign, asserting that many Romanians abroad were being denied the right to vote. He expressed disappointment in discussions with AEP President Toni Greblă, alleging false promises regarding diaspora voting. Simion urged Romanians abroad to return to the country to exercise their voting rights.

SYRIZA-PS President Stefanos Kasselakis Prioritizes National Health System Rescue:

Stefanos Kasselakis, president of the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA-PS), emphasized the paramount importance of rescuing Greece's National Health System (EΣY) and safeguarding human life in a social media post. Sharing a poignant image reportedly from a shift at Gennimatas Hospital, named after the founder of the National Health System, Kasselakis underscored the significance of protecting the health and well-being of every Greek citizen. He stated that the rescue of the National Health System and the preservation of human life, including that of parents, grandparents, and children, is the coalition's top priority. Kasselakis pledged that under the authorization of the Greek people, current challenges in the healthcare system would be addressed, ensuring a future where such distressing images are relegated to the past.

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