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Romania parliament gives green light to minority liberal govt

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posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 08:42 PM
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Romania parliament gives green light to minority liberal govt




The EU member's previous left-wing government -- besieged by protests over controversial judicial reforms and a perceived failure to fight corruption -- collapsed in a no-confidence vote last month.





"Our objective is to re-establish the confidence in Romania of our Euro-Atlantic partners," the former transport minister, 56, told lawmakers from his PNL and four small parties whose support he secured before the vote.





Incoming European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen -- who wants her new team to be up and running by December 1 -- has urged Romania to propose a new EU commissioner "without delay".


While EU Liberals like the ones in Italy are slowly losing majorities and losing in Germany.
EU Liberals are slowly creeping upon in Romania.
Interestingly enough the previous gov of Romania was also a Liberal gov. But had protests in the Capital agaisnt the Romanian gov for alleged corruption.




posted on Nov, 4 2019 @ 09:46 PM
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originally posted by: ChefFox
Romania parliament gives green light to minority liberal govt




The EU member's previous left-wing government -- besieged by protests over controversial judicial reforms and a perceived failure to fight corruption -- collapsed in a no-confidence vote last month.





"Our objective is to re-establish the confidence in Romania of our Euro-Atlantic partners," the former transport minister, 56, told lawmakers from his PNL and four small parties whose support he secured before the vote.





Incoming European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen -- who wants her new team to be up and running by December 1 -- has urged Romania to propose a new EU commissioner "without delay".


While EU Liberals like the ones in Italy are slowly losing majorities and losing in Germany.
EU Liberals are slowly creeping upon in Romania.
Interestingly enough the previous gov of Romania was also a Liberal gov. But had protests in the Capital agaisnt the Romanian gov for alleged corruption.



This only shows that Romania's sad history of picking the wrong side has not ended.



posted on Nov, 5 2019 @ 02:56 AM
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They need Dracula back.



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