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Romanian PM Calls On Parliament To Set Date For No-Confidence Motion Vote
04.12.2010, 13:49 | Actuality | 450 views

Romanian Prime Minister asked the Parliament Saturday to set a date for the vote on a no-confidence motion and thus carry on with procedures for the adoption of the education law.

"To members of the opposition in the Parliament's standing offices I say clearly that the Government has not discarded plans to pass the education bill through the confidence vote procure and calls on the standing offices to set a date for debates and a vote on the opposition's no-confidence motion", Boc said,


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