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October 4, 2022
BUSINESS

Investigative commission to look into Petrom and fuel prices

The Chamber of Deputies’ Standing Bureau approved, yesterday, the founding of an investigative commission to check whether the provisions of Petrom’s privatisation contract have been abided by, requested by 71 deputies of the Democrat Liberal Party (PDL), the Social-Democrat Party (PSD), the National Liberal Party (PNL) and the National Union for Romanian Progress (UNPR), Mediafax reports. The Chamber’s secretary, Nicolae Mircovici, stated, on Monday, that the only modification operated in the bill of the resolution to set up this commission was removing, from the appendix, the provision that the ethnic minorities’ group should appoint a representative on this commission.

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