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April 12, 2021

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban invited to Parliament on Wednesday

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban is invited on Wednesday to attend the Parliament’s joint sitting, a decision taken on Monday by the Standing Bureaus; the topics are the containment of the spread of the new coronavirus, the organization of local elections and the opening of schools.

On July 27, the Acting President of the Senate, Robert Cazanciuc, and the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Marcel Ciolacu, sent a letter to Prime Minister Ludovic Orban asking him to present a report, to be debated as a matter of priority, on the measures he intends to undertake in order to limit the spread of the new coronavirus and to organize, in good conditions, the elections for the local public administration, but also for the opening of the new school year.

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Monday that he was available to come before Parliament with all the details.

“I am waiting for the decision of the joint Standing Bureaus. You know that I have been invited to Parliament, I replied that this week, either today, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, or on Thursday, I am available to appear before Parliament with all the required data,” said Orban, according to Agerpres.

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