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PNL’s Orban: The no-confidence motion is entering the home stretch

National Liberal Party (PNL) leader Ludovic Orban says that talks with all Opposition parties and parliamentary groups will be finalised this week, in order to sign and table the no-confidence motion.

“I can’t imagine that if a parliamentarian signs a no-confidence motion to oust the Government they could change their position from the time of the signing to the time of voting on it, despite the PSD and Government’s desperate assaults on Opposition parliamentarians, assaults that often go beyond the limits of the law,” Orban stated on Monday, at the end of the National Liberal Party’s Executive Bureau meeting.

“The no-confidence motion is entering the home stretch. This week we will finalise all talks with all parliamentary parties and groups involved in the effort to put an end to this Government that is catastrophic for Romania,” the Liberal leader said.

During PNL’s Executive Bureau meeting on Monday, Ludovic Orban told the Liberals that he has been promised 22 ALDE votes for the no-confidence motion.

He explained to his colleagues, during the PNL’s Executive Bureau meeting on Monday, that talks will continue with the national minorities and several PSD MPs. Ludovic Orban added that the no-confidence motion will be tabled on September 30, and if ALDE votes for it then the motion will pass.

 

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