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Blanket salary draft law sent to Parliament

The government sent its public sector blanket salary draft law to Parliament yesterday morning, in view of setting a date for the cabinet to take responsibility for the project before MPs, Mediafax reported. “PM Emil Boc asks the speakers of the Chamber of Deputies and Senate and the Standing Bureaus to establish a calendar for necessary parliamentary procedures in view of the government’s taking responsibility” for the law, the cabinet announced. The blanket salary law comes together with a separate bill for its enforcement in 2011, and the government will take responsibility for both. The salary draft law was passed by the government on Wednesday. After the cabinet session, PM Boc said salaries in the public sector will be increased by 15 per cent compared to the October 2010 level, while the gross minimum wage will be hiked from RON 600 to RON 670. The opposition said that it would file a no-confidence vote if the government takes responsibility in Parliament for the blanket wage law.

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