(Bio) PSD's Viorica Dancila nominated by PSD's CExN for PM office (sources)

Bucharest, Jan 16 /Agerpres/ - Viorica Dancila was nominated by the National Executive Committee (CExN) of the Social Democratic Party (PSD, major at rule) for the Prime Minister office, Social-Democrat sources told AGERPRES.

The nomination was voted unanimously by the leadership forum, with one abstention.

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Vasilica Viorica Dancila was born on Dec. 16, 1963, in Rosiori de Vede, the southern Teleorman county.
She graduated from the Faculty of Well Drilling and Exploitation of Hydrocarbon Deposits, in Ploiesti in 1988. Dancila got a Master's Degree on the European Public Space at Bucharest National School of Political and Administrative Studies. She is specialized in project programming and management, the oil economy bases and decision-making, an expert in legislative harmonization - European integration.
Dancila worked as an engineer at Oil Company Petrom SA - a OMV Group member - during 1998 - 2009, at Videle Operation Area, the Oil and Gas Production Monitoring Service.
She has been a Social Democrat Party (PSD) member since 1996. She has been heading the PSD Women's County Organization since 2005; the PSD Euro-deputies group leader in the European Parliament (March 2010 - March 2011); a vice president of the PSD National Women's Organization (2010 till today).
Dancila became a Social Democrat MEP on Jan. 21, 2009, after Titus Corlatean and Catalin Nechifor left the European Parliament to take up as Romanian parliamentarians. At the European Parliament, Dancila was an alternate member of the Commission on budget control and the Delegation for the relation with Mashrek countries and a full member of the Commission for budgets and the Delegation for the relations with Israel.
She was elected a MEP on the PSD+PC list at the June 7, 2009 polls. She is a member in the European Parliament's Commission for agriculture and rural development, the Delegation for the relation with Mashrek countries and the Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean. AGERPRES (RO - author: Catalina Matei, editor: Crsitina Tatu; EN - author: Rodica State, Maria Voican, editor: Adina Panaitescu)