Meanwhile, the National Liberal Party and the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania presented the text of their joint censure motion against the government yesterday. The motion was signed by 121 senators and deputies and will be debated and submitted to vote in Parliament on Thursday. The motion, filed after the government decided to assume responsibility over the unitary salary law, was read in yesterday’s plenary session by Deputy Eugen Nicolaescu. The document charges that the unitary salary law includes provisions that are “so weak” that they should be blocked in order to prevent people’s lives from growing worse. The authors of the motion also insist that a unitary salary law cannot be enforced during a time of economic recession, but only in times of economic growth, because the private sector would be able to offer jobs to most of the people laid off from the budgetary system.