Premier Tudose denies Gov’t reshuffle rumor

Premier Mihai Tudose denied on Monday allegations about a potential government reshuffle in the coming period.

Asked at the Senate offices if he contemplates the possibility to sack Health Minister Florian Bodog, Tudose said: “No. There’s no reshuffle in the governing line-up I am heading. If someone else shakes up other governments, it’s all right. (…) We are not talking reshuffle now,” Mihai Tudose said in a brief statement at the Senate.

Relating a moment at a recent press conference in Giurgiu, Executive chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Niculae Badalau explained on the same occasion that a journalist had asked him if a certain doctor, currently serving as MP, would make a good Health Minister, and that he had agreed that the respective person would qualify for the position.

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