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July 31, 2021
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PM Dacian Ciolos to participate Monday in “Prime Minister’s Hour” at Chamber of Deputies

Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos will participate on Monday, in the Chamber of Deputies, in the Prime Minister’s Hour and the topic of the debate will be “Romanian electoral legislation must ensure better representation of citizens”.

The group of PNL deputies demanded early this week that a political be debate organized Monday on “Romanian electoral legislation must ensure better representation of citizens”, with the presence of prime minister, under Article 206 of the Chamber of Deputies’ Regulation, which refers to the Prime Minister’s Hour. The liberals’ request was approved Wednesday by the Standing Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies.

According to the request signed by the leader of the liberal MPs, Eugen Nicolaescu, the debate will dwell on topics such as election of mayors in two rounds, preparing parliamentary elections and guaranteeing access of Romanians abroad to voting by correspondence.


PNL’s Nicolaescu: I expect Ciolos to explain how can real democracy exist without observing majority in election

The leader of the parliamentary group of the National Liberal Party (PNL) in the Chamber of Deputies Eugen Nicolaescu says that Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos must explain the debate to be held on Monday at the Chamber of Deputies how real democracy can be achieved without observing the majority when electing a mayor.

“I expect Mr. Ciolos to come and explain how real democracy is achieved without observing the majority when electing a mayor,” Nicolaescu told a Sunday’s press conference, when asked what expectations he has from Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos in the debate initiated by the liberals in the Chamber of Deputies on the election of mayors.

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