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Liberal VP sees new Parliament majority in the “near future”

PNL vice-president Varujan Vosganian said Thursday on RFI that the Parliament majority will be reconfigured in the “near future,” as several MPs will defect from the ruling coalition, to join the Opposition. “By autumn, I believe that several members of the Parliament who now support the Government will reposition themselves, because the situation is deteriorated in Romania and the public is increasingly critical, which deprives many legislators of any legitimacy to support the voters of their constituencies,” Vosganian explained his optimism.

Speaking about the government’s plan to take responsibility in Parliament for the law that caps teachers’ salaries and for the Social Code, Vosganian said the Opposition will not initiate a non-confidence motion, but will notify the Constitutional Court. “This time, it is up to the Constitutional Court to intervene. I assure you that, if (the government) takes responsibility, we will notify the Constitutional Court, which will thus have the occasion to prove that it deserves its name. If CC allows authorities to modify final court verdicts through acts issued by the government, then the rule of law is in agony.”

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