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April 13, 2021
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Scenes from a famous soap opera will be cast in the Parliament Palace

The leadership of the Deputies’ Chamber approved on Monday that certain sequences from the second series of the soap opera called “The Queen of the South” will be cast also in the Parliament Palace by SC GCC Film Global SRL in collaboration with Telemundo and Diagonal TV Spain.

The company SC GCC Film Global SRL is making a 64-episode TV series in Romania, called “The Queen of the South”, in cooperation with Telemundo and Diagonal TV Spain, in several locations from Bucharest and its surroundings, such as the Snagov Palace, the House of the Scientists, the 90 Otopeni Air Base and others.

“Considering the special architecture, the monumental structure and the grandeur of the finishing touches in the Parliament Palace, it was requested to allow some sequences to be cast on May 12, 2018, in certain spaces administered by the Deputies’ Chamber. Considering the agenda of May 12, 2018, we suggest that the filming will be made on that date only in the C6 Hall Gallery and in the Nicolae Balcescu Hall. For the other requested spaces (the C1 lobby, the lobby and the C4 stairs, the lobby in front of the Al. I. Cuza Hall – P level), a different date will be established together with the petitioner” reads the internal memorandum approved by the Standing Bureau of the Deputies’ Chamber.

According to the document, the filming requires one day before for fitting out and one day after for demolition. “We suggest that the use of the mentioned spaces in order to make this filming will be charged according to the I.M. approved by the Standing Bureau of the Deputies’ Chamber no.899/08.09.2014, based on a commercial agreement” also reads the memorandum.

 

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