Democracy That Delivers
Roman, Petre

Roman, Petre

Former Prime Minister of Romania (1989-1991)


Former PM’s Al Mahdi, Jebali, Jomaa, & Roman led the discussion on effective alternative narrative against violent extremism in Tunisia

How citizens receive and perceive radical messages was the focus of the MENA Regional Forum organized by Club de Madrid in Tunisia on May 4-5. The results from the qualitative research done in the country through focus groups were shared and discussed with the participants.


Club de Madrid supports the #InspiringTunisia campaign for a democracy that delivers

Thirteen Club de Madrid Members, all of them democractically elected former Presidents and Prime Ministers from all over the world, have signed the manifesto "Inspiring Tunisia; Translating Words Into Actions" to endorse a positive narrative about the country, and help the Tunisia2020 conference succeed.

Petre Roman in Kiev: 'Ukraine needs sincere and committed leadership for democratic reforms'

Our Member, Petre Roman, former PM of Romania and current member of the Chamber of Deputies, has intervened in the forum 'Rada for Europe: Catalyzing Reforms, for Progress' a High-level panel discussion and reflection session to tackel the necessary reforms Ukraine has to undertake in its way to the European Union

Final Declaration: Imperial Springs Forum Inclusive Sustainable & Resilient Cities in the B&R Initiative

The ISIF Inclusive Sustainable & Resilient Cities in the Belt & Road Initiative closed with a final declaration on how can the Belt and Road Initiative develop better cities for better lives and the appointement of Doctor Chau Chak Wing as the President Circle Chairman of the Asia-Pacific Region.

Imperial Springs Forum: Inclusive, Sustainable and Resilient Cities in the Belt and Road Initiative

The President of the Club de Madrid and former President of Latvia, Vaira Vike-Freiberga, will lead a delegation of eleven Members of the organization to Guangzhou, China, to participate in this forum that will serve as a platform for discussion on ‘Inclusive, Sustainable and Resilient Cities in the Belt and Road Initiative’.

“Crisis or Transformation?” NGD Regional Roundtable in Stockholm

Club de Madrid Members and other democracy experts participated last week in Next Generation Democracy’s Track II Regional Roundtable in Stockholm; with the European arena in the spotlight and with the late, current and, moreover, future trends of Democracy in the region as the main talking point. The event, that took part in the Swedish capital, was held on June 2-4 and had the presence of eight Club de Madrid Members.  

Thirty Club de Madrid Members back the Varkey Foundation initiative to restore teacher respect

The Varkey Foundation and Club de Madrid have joined forces to publish this open letter from leaders around the world in which they warned that an erosion in respect for the teaching profession could lead to “profoundly damaging” effects on young people’s life chances and a rise in extremism.The Club de Madrid Members, lead by its President, Vaira Vike-Freiberga, former President of Latvia, are calling on governments around the world to protect and value teachers, and play their part in restoring the respect that teachers so richly deserve. 

Open Letter: from Club de Madrid to the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

We, Members of Club de Madrid, an independent organization at the service of Democracy and the promotion of its values worldwide, comprising more than a hundred democratic former Heads of State and Government from over 70 countries, express our deepest concern for the difficult social, economic and political situation in Venezuela.

Petre Roman: “Internet democracy is based on the power of the message, the power of images and the power to act"

The Club de Madrid highly committed Member and former Prime Minister of Romania spoke about the role of digital media and new ICT on the quality of democracy during the second edition of the World Forum for Democracy convened by the Council of Europe in Strasbourg on November 29, 2013

LEND meeting to discuss Constitutional reform in Tunisia

Club de Madrid Members Petre Roman and Rexhep Meidani will chair this Saturday 30 in Tunis a seminar focused on the Constitution Reform process with representatives of all relevant Tunisian political parties and national and international members of the LEND Network

Club de Madrid to lead the Astana Economic Forum discussion on "Mobilizing Climate Finance"

Club de Madrid Members Wim Kok, Roza Otunbayeva, Petre Roman and Secretary General, Carlos Westendorp, will be leading an open discussion within the framework of the Astana Economic Forum

The Club de Madrid and the Nizami Ganjavi International Center to discuss "Democracy that Delivers" in Azerbaijan

 Some of the issues to be addressed are social and political inclusion, cohesion, and women’s empowerment during the event, from 5th to 8th of May in Ganja and Baku

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