Green Party (Romania)

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Green Party
President Remus Cernea
Chamber leader Remus Cernea
Headquarters Str. Radna 47
Ideology Green politics
International affiliation Global Greens
European affiliation European Green Party
Colours Green
Seats in the Senate 0
Seats in the Chamber 1
Seats in the European Parliament 0
Politics of Romania
Political parties

The Green Party (Romanian: Partidul Verde), often shortened to The Greens (Verzii) is a Romanian political party centred on green politics. It is a member of the European Green Party.


Despite its support for environmental causes, such as reforestation and reductions in carbon emissions, the Green Party also advocates some free-market policies, such as the privatisation of state-owned enterprises. It supports an extension in individual rights as well as greater separation of church and state, including a gradual removal of all state funding for religious institutions.[citation needed] Like the vast majority of Romanian political parties, it is supportive of European integration. It is the Romanian party that is most supportive of LGBT rights, supporting same-sex marriage and civil partnerships, as well as measures to reduce anti-homosexualism in schools and society at large.[1]

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