Social Democratic Party leader Mircea Geoana declared that he will accept the Constitutional Court's decision if the Court will reject the party's request to declare the results of the elections void. I will respect any decision taken by the court, Geoana said in a meeting with foreign journalists, AFP quotes.

The French press agency reads that the declaration comes from the man who contested the results of the elections, accusing massive frauds. According to him, the Social Democrats announced that they have enough evidence to reveal that the second round of elections was flawed.

Geoana said that there were 136,000 votes stolen. He added that his obligation is to establish the truth, above all.