The former leader of the National Liberal Party (PNL) Theodor Stolojan criticized current leader, Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu over some decisions qualified as “strategic mistakes.” Stolojan elaborated on these mistakes within a press conference on Sunday.

Currently a presidential counselor and close ally to Romanian president Traian Basescu, Stolojan continues to slam PM Tariceanu, this time over two strategic mistakes – the refusals to organize snap elections and merge with the Democratic Party.

Additionally, Stolojan complained against the fact that the Liberal’s management took decisions without previous consultations with the party, invoking the example of appointing the minister for Government’s relation to the Parliament and Finance minister. Stolojan also accused Tariceanu of not involving into the sanitary system reform.