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June 26, 2022
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PSD claims some ruling party MPs will back no-confidence vote

Opposition Social Democrat Senator Olguta Vasilescu stated yesterday that in her opinion there will be ruling Democrat Liberal Party MPs that will vote in favor of the no-confidence motion. “We can rely on the signatures needed to introduce the no-confidence vote; the rest (the difference up to 236, the number needed to have the no-confidence vote adopted – editor’s note) continue to be collected. I believe there will be PDL MPs that will vote in favor of this no-confidence motion,” Vasilescu pointed out during a press conference. In his turn, PNL Senator Emilian Francu said, quoted by Agerpres, that 32 PDL MPs are negociating with PNL and PSD to back up the no-confidence motion and to join Opposition.


PSD leader Victor Ponta had said on Monday that his party has started negotiations with MPs that support the ruling coalition in order to convince them to vote in favour of the no-confidence motion that PSD plans to file this autumn.

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