Two young analysts, Cristian Ghinea and Ciprian Ciucu, suggested an unprecedented solution for the Liberal crisis: open primary elections, allowing not only the Liberals to vote, but also all interested Romanians.

The two analysts say that the conflict can’t be solved yet, since both sides mime the reconciliation. Even more, the Liberal president, PM Tariceanu, would never step down willingly, while the former president, Stolojan, could never return in top by himself. Restricted primaries would also mean that Stolojan’s supporters can’t vote, which would be a democratic loss.