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Senate assembly meeting suspended, social assistance law put on hold again

The Senate’s assembly meeting was suspended yesterday, after the Speaker of the House found “the quorum condition was obviously not met”, so that the vote on the social assistance bill, proposed by the Government, was adjourned for the third consecutive meeting. The leader of Democrat-Liberal Party (PDL) senators, Cristian Radulescu, stated, after the consultation recess requested by the leader of Social Democratic Party (PSD) senators, that the opposition was adverse, once again, to a legislative decision.

The deputy speaker of the Senate, Adrian Tutuianu (PSD), argued in response they could witness once again “a comment in the tradition of Mr. Oltean (e.n. PDL deputy Ioan Oltean), to the effect that the minority is abusive”.

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