We demand a new Constitution, that of the Kingdom of Romania!

We, the National Alliance for the Restoration of the Monarchy, together with volunteers and sympathizers, concerned about the need to change the Romanian Constitution and the indisputable moral value of the monarchy institution, but also the issue of reuniting territories lost following the Ribbentrop-Molotov pact - especially Bessarabia Bucovina, Herța County and Bugeac - as national priorities, we propose to all candidates in the parliamentary elections of December 6, 2020, to sign and assume the

Pact for the elaboration of a new Constitution of Romania, by transforming the Parliament into a Constituent Assembly In our view, this document is generated by the growing interest in the monarchy, both from the point of view of the brilliant historical past and the present.

It is very important to mention that Her Majesty Margaret of Romania, the Custodian of the Romanian Crown and the Royal House of Romania enjoy the highest share of trust since 1990. In recent years, tens of thousands of people have campaigned for this change, but also many political and civil society voices calling for the reform of institutions such as the Romanian Parliament, the People's Advocate, the Romanian Constitutional Court, the Legislative Council, etc. - reforms that can only be achieved through a new Constitution. We consider that, 30 years after the fall of communism, the Romanian society has become democratized and responsible enough to reconsider its institutional reflection, giving the monarchy the place it deserves. We openly ask the politicians who demand the votes of the citizens of Romania to take responsibility and not to deprive them of the right to a correct history, to a solid moral landmark and to a national identity.

We consider it necessary that all the responsible factors in Romania be the promoters of the historical truth and of the fundamental ethical values, above the party ideologies. In this sense, the PACT FOR A NEW CONSTITUTION OF ROMANIA BY TRANSFORMING THE PARLIAMENT INTO A CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY represents a commitment and a set of concrete measures. The assumption is public, which means that the signatories offer a guarantee of future effort in this regard, not a simple electoral ploy to expand the number of voters.

The National Alliance for the Restoration of the Monarchy, the main voice of the monarchist civil society, proposes to the Romanian politicians the following:

Public activity

Supporting and putting into practice the idea that the Parliament elected in December 2020, or at a later date, should resume the process interrupted in 2013 of constitutional reform, by transforming it into the Constituent Assembly. Lobby at international and domestic level, for annulling all the consequences of the monstrous Ribbentrop-Molotov pact and leaving to the sovereign nations the future of their borders, in accordance with the Helsinki Final Act of 1975, thus allowing the Romanian people of the two states, temporarily republics , Romania and the Republic of Moldova, to meet under the Romanian Crown.

Public appearances in which to support the projects of the Royal House of Romania, or the restoration of the historical truth regarding the period in which Romania was a constitutional monarchy: 1866-1947.

Speeches at events organized by local and central authorities, in the media that remind of the historical merits of the monarchy and the current of the Royal House of Romania, held on the occasion of national holidays and more.

Cultural purpose

The transformation of May 10 - Independence Day and the Day of the founding of the Romanian Dynasty into a National Day, along with December 1;

Insitutional purpose

Lobbying within political parties, in relation to the Parliament, the Government and the President of Romania in order to catalyze the formation of the political decision that will bear fruit in the return to state symbols during the constitutional monarchy and in the valorization of the monarchical heritage.

Resumption of debates on the new constitution in a forum for civil society organizations, similar to the one held in 2013. Politicians are statesmen who know the history of those they lead, and in this regard, our people expect them to act in relation with the knowledge they have.