Digital Desk, Bucharest. Romania’s new government, led by former General Nicolae Ciuca, took the oath of office soon after winning a vote of confidence in parliament with overwhelming support. The official installment of the three-party coalition government ended a protracted political instability in the country when the minority cabinet led by Florin Situ fell in a parliamentary no-confidence vote on October 5, Xinhua news agency reported.
President Klaus Iohannes said after the swearing-in of members of the new government at the Kotroeni Presidential Palace that the political crisis is over, but the other crises have not, nor have the problems disappeared. The pandemic is not over, the energy crisis is not over. This year’s budget will have to be amended, next year’s budget will have to be prepared and voted. People are waiting for payment of salary and pension with time many other things need to be resolved urgently.
In a joint plenary session of the 465-seat bicameral legislature, the coalition cabinet was approved with 318 votes in favor and 126 votes in favor. This result is not surprising, as the coalition included the National Liberal Party (PNL), the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR). He holds 65 percent of the seats in parliament as well as the support of 18 MPs representing the country’s minorities.
The new Prime Minister said after the formation of his cabinet, we have promised to do everything possible to overcome all these problems which are facing the Corona crisis and to determine the lines of effort necessary for the development of Romania. are the ones. Ciuka, 54, a retired general and former Defense Minister, said, “We are the government of Romania because we have resolved to keep the Romanian citizen at the center.” Ciuka will head a new cabinet made up of two deputy prime ministers and 20 ministers.
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