Romania: Parliament’s confidence in new center-right government – Ultima Ora

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(ANSAmed) – BUCHAREST, DECEMBER 23 – In Romania, parliament today voted to rely on the new center-right government led by Prime Minister Florin Situ, a 48-year-old liberal economist who has so far been in the outgoing government of Ludovic Orban Has been the Finance Minister. The votes were 260 in favor, against 186.

The new executive is a three-party coalition formed by the ruling Liberal Party (PNL), the liberal reformist of the USR-Plus, and the Hungarian Minority Party (UDMR). There will be 21 ministries with two deputy heads, each for two smaller parties.

In situ yesterday was appointed by Conservative President Klaus Ioannis to head the new government.

In her first statements before the parliament meeting in a joint session of the House and Senate, Florin Situ stressed that her government has two main objectives – to continue fighting and then to win the epidemic and to severely impact the economy with the emergency . Sanitary.

Romania is the country most affected by coronovirus in the Balkans, with more than 600,000 infections and about 15,000 deaths so far. (ANSAmed).

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