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Ponta Government goes on Monday to Parliament for committee hearings and plenary vote
07.05.2012, 10:29 | Actuality | 520 views

The ministers nominated by Prime Minister-designate Victor Ponta are to be examined on Monday, starting with 10:00 local time, during the hearings scheduled by the specialized committees, after which, at 16:00 local time, the joint plenum of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies is to vote on the Government’s investiture.

For Ponta Government to be invested by the Parliament, USL needs 231 votes in favor, in the plenary sitting.

Prime Minister-designate, President of the Social Democratic Party (PSD, so far in Opposition) Victor Ponta said, on Sunday evening, that the Government put forward by him counts on 232 votes in the Parliament, of the members of Social Liberal Union (USL, the PSD is part of, along the National Liberal Party, and the Conservative Party, PC), but also on the votes of national minorities representatives with whom he was going to sign a protocol, as well as those of senators and deputies of the National Union for the Advancement of Romania (UNPR).

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