The President of Action and Solidarity Party (ASP), Maia Sandu, announced on her Facebook page that the three parties had held a meeting, where they analyzed the results of the first survey.
Sandu wrote, "Around midnight, the joint session of Action and Solidarity Party (ASP), Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and People’s Platform Dignity and Truth Party (PPDT) came to its end. Our teams analyzed the outcomes of the two polls and we agreed to select a joint candidate of the right. At the end of the meeting, we all reached three conclusions:
1. The three parties will put up one candidate;
2. This candidate will win the presidential election;
3. To designate a joint candidate of the right wing we need the results of the second survey."
According to the opinion polls, the difference of votes gained by Maia Sandu and Andrei Nastase is insignificant.