Conversion law and motion against Justice Minister, postponed due to lack of quorum

The final vote on the bill concerning the conversion of bank loans and the one on the Social Democratic Party’s motion against Justice Minister Raluca Pruna have been postponed after the Lower Chamber’s meeting was suspended on Tuesday due to a lack of quorum.

PSD MP Gabriel Vlase asked for a roll call. “141 Lower Chamber MPs are present in attendance, so the quorum is not met. (…) The meeting is adjourned,” Gabriel Vlase announced.

The simple motion should have been debated and voted at 3.30 p.m.

PNL MPs had announced they would not take part in the meeting, accusing PSD of abuse and electioneering rhetoric in what concerns the simple motion.



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