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Romanian govt collapses in censure motion

The motion was passed by 281 votes in favor, much more than the required minimum of 234, or 50 per cent plus one in the 467-seat bicameral parliament.

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Bucharest: The Romanian coalition government led by Prime Minister Florin Citu collapsed on Tuesday, losing a censure motion initiated by main opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD) and supported by all oppositions in the parliament plus the second largest party in the newly-split ruling coalition.

The motion was passed by 281 votes in favor, much more than the required minimum of 234, or 50 per cent plus one in the 467-seat bicameral parliament.

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Thus, Citu’s cabinet was toppled ten days after the prime minister was elected leader of the main ruling National Liberal Party (PNL) and less than ten months after the cabinet took office on December 23, 2020.

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