Senators and deputies resumed their work on Tuesday, after the Easter holiday.
Last week, Senate decided that the plenum will meet on Tuesday, given that there was a day off on Monday. The day of Tuesday, which was similar to a Monday, included the Permanent bureau in its agenda, followed by the works of the parliamentary groups and plenum, and the voting session for the organic laws.
O Wednesday morning, at the Senate, the plenum will meet to debate normative acts, and in the afternoon the agenda will include the works of the specialized committees. Senators voted to work in committees on Thursday, April 20, and on Friday and Saturday they will have activities in the territory.
The agenda of the Deputies’ Chamber was also delayed one day this week, so that MPs met in the meeting of the Permanent Bureau, in the meetings of the parliamentary groups and then in plenum.
On Wednesday, MPs will meet in the morning for political statements, followed by debates in the plenary session and a final vote at 13.00. Works in committees will also be held on Wednesday and Thursday, while activities in the territory will be performed on Friday and Saturday.
The report on Misu Negritoiu’s dismissal from the leadership of ASF, on the agenda of the Permanent Bureau
On Tuesday, the agenda of the Senate’s leadership included the request of the Economic Committee to register on the agenda of the joint Permanent Bureaus of the Parliament, the report on the proposal to dismiss Misu Negritoiu from the Presidency of the Financial Supervision Authority, an executive member of the ASF Council.
The report was prepared in October last year, by the specialized committees of the Parliament, following an analysis of the manner in which AF has managed the crisis on the RCA market at that time.
According to the document, the members of the specialized committees found that Misu Negritoiu’s reputation “is irremediably affected by the unfavorable image created in the insurance market”.