The representatives of the Social-Democrat Party (PSD) made an appearance yesterday at the Chamber of Deputies’ Standing Bureau meeting summoned by Roberta Anastase, but walked out a couple of minutes after entering the hall. The deputy Speaker of the Chamber, Adrian Nastase, announced that the opposition had called, in turn, at the same time, a Standing Bureau meeting, independently from the one summoned by the Speaker of the Lower Chamber. “A meeting summoned by Roberta Anastase and the Democrat Liberal Party (PDL), which does not have a quorum, is going on as we speak,” Nastase stated. The Standing Bureau called by Anastase was held yesterday only with the majority coalition’s MPs present. The majority coalition forms, in fact, a minority in the Chamber’s Standing Bureau, as only 6 of the 13 members represent the ruling parties.