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August 6, 2021

Negoita Cabinet died out before making it to Parliament

The deadline for Parliament hearings of Negoita cabinet ministers and for setting up the date of the vesting vote expired on Tuesday, November 24. According to Parliament’s regulations, the leaderships of the two chambers had to establish the date of the joint session of Parliament, 15 days at most after receiving the programme and the list with ministers, taking measures for calling the deputies and senators.

On November 6, President Traian Basescu designated the mayor of Sector 3 of Bucharest, Liviu Negoita, to form a new government, the second after the departure of the Social-Democrats from governance, after Lucian Croitoru Cabinet was turned down in Parliament. After three days of consultations with the parliamentary parties, on November 9, Negoita sent to Parliament the structure and the programme of his Cabinet. The Permanent Bureaus of Senate and the Chamber of Deputies had to meet and establish, until November 24, the programme of the hearings and the vesting session.

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