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Romanian PM Emil Boc says Environment minister will stay despite inquiry
14.07.2011, 13:32 | Actuality | 584 views

Prime minister Emil Boc said on Thursday that Environment minister Laszlo Borbely stays as a member of the Romanian Government as no official inquiry has been launched against him, news agency Agerpres reports. His statement comes as suspicions of Borbely's involvement in a traffic of influence case emerged earlier this week.

Asked about a possible replacement of the Environment minister, PM Boc said that as no official investigation has been launched against him he remains a member of the Government.


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