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Romanian Govt To Seek Conf Vote To Pass Wage Bill On Dec 14
04.12.2010, 14:48 | Actuality | 425 views

Romania’s Government will seek a confidence vote in Parliament on December 14 to pass into legislation an IMF-required unitary wage bill for the public sector and the 2011 state budget law will be sent to Parliament for approval next week, Prime Minister Emil Boc said Saturday.

Boc said during a party meeting in Cluj, northwestern Romania, that the next few weeks are decisive for the adoption of several pieces of key legislation that will outline Romania's path to economic recover in 2011.


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