The Democratic Party would press its main partner in the governing coalition, the Liberal Party, to drop their partnership with the smaller Conservative Party in case the Liberal candidate for the top job in the House of Deputies gets enough votes for the post, an MP warned in an radio interview today.

The deputy told Radio Mix FM that governing along with the Conservative Party, "an immoral solution, with double standards" becomes increasingly difficult.

The Democratic Party request is to be analysed by the Liberals, according to the leader of the Liberal group in the House of Deputies Crin Antonescu.

Conservative leader Dan Voiculescu said he was open to give up power if needed, as "we opted for government for stability!"

PC had appointed deputy Daniela Popa for the seat of House speaker, against Liberal nominee Bogdan Olteanu.