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Calarasi Commission to be run by a PSD MP



Prime Minister Victor Ponta stated Wednesday that following a discussion at the Chamber of Deputies Chairman’s office with the leaders of PSD groups, deputy Eugen Nicolicea will “probably” be chairman of the investigation commission that will analyze the conditions in which Ioana Basescu, the President’s daughter, recently purchased farmland property in Calarasi County. “The chairman will probably be Mr. Deputy Nicolicea,” Ponta said, as cited by Mediafax. He pointed out senators Gabriela Firea, Serban Nicolae, and Mihai Fifor, and deputies Ioan Adam and Adrian Solomon are the other candidates for the position. On Wednesday, Parliament leaders discussed about setting up the Calarasi Investigation Commission and agreed it will consist of 15 members. The Permanent Bureaus will convene to approve the decision of establishment on Monday and submit it to a joint plenum vote.

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