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November 29, 2022

Oltean: Interim Boc Government on until elections

The government proposed by Liviu Negoita will not go to Parliament any more. This is what the vice president of the Democrat Liberal Party, Ioan Oltean, expects. He declared in an interview on Radio France International that the meeting of Wednesday of the leaderships of the two Chambers of Parliament will not be held because of lack of quorum, being boycotted by PSD. “Personally, I don’t expect anything, because the meeting of tomorrow of the Permanent Bureaus will definitely not be held because there won’t be quorum. It is an obvious attempt of PSD President Mircea Geoana to block the granting of the vote of confidence of Parliament to Negoita Government and to postpone this political approach until after the presidential elections,” Ioan Oltean declared.

“Under these circumstances, Boc Government will continue to exert its constitutional attributions, obviously that of managing the interest of the country until after the presidential elections, when we shall have a new Government and probably that the situation will reach a normality long awaited by the Romanians and by all of us,” the Democrat-Liberal leader continued. PDL vice president believes that if Traian Basescu remains at Cotroceni, he will propose again Liviu Negoita for Prime Minister.

Boc- state budget for 2010 to be sent to Parliament

Acting PM Emil Boc on Tuesday said the state budget draft law for 2010 will be sent for Parliament approval “when it is operable by the Government,” when legal auspices will allow it. This comes after on Monday PDL Vice-president Adriean Videanu said the draft budget law is finished but it cannot be brought in front of the Parliament when there is a legitimate government.

The budget law is one of the assumed promised Romania has taken in its relationship with the International Monetary Fund, for the third part of the loan.

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