WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT January 31st - February 7th, 2019
On February 5th the Parliament voted in favour of a censor motion against the Government led by Ludovic Orban (PNL). While the Orban cabinet remains as an interim Government, it is now time for President Klaus Iohannis to have consultations with all political parties and to decide on a future Prime-Minister. According to Iohannis, the consultations will take place tomorrow and will come up with a proposition for a Prime-Minister by tomorrow night.


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WEEKLY POLITICAL AND FISCAL REPORT January 23rd – 31st, 2019
Following the censure motion submitted Thursday by PSD and UDMR, a vote will be held on Monday. PSD and UDMR still fall five votes short of the 233 needed to pass the censure motion, negotiations with the minorities still being held. PSD will also hold a meeting of its Executive Committee this afternoon to discuss this matter, as well as the Congress, which they are holding at the end of February.


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WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT January 17 - 23, 2020
On January 20th, 2020, Marcel Ciolacu stated that he managed to gather the 115 signatures necessary to call a no-confidence vote. According to Paul Stănescu, PSD will request the no-confidence vote in response to PNL trying to change electoral law to the double-ballot system, however PSD must not return to government in the next period.  


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WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT January 10 - 17, 2019
Censure motion, snap elections and the adoption of the double-ballot system for the election of mayors have been the main topics on the public agenda for the past couple of days, with politicians from all prominent parties announcing their positioning towards these items.


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WEEKLY FISCAL AND POLITICAL REPORT December 20th - January 10th, 2019
As far as PSD is concerned, interim president Marcel Ciolacu stated as recently as three days ago that in the February parliamentary session, PSD will call for a no-confidence vote. The text of this motion would also be dependent on the decision of the Constitutional Court to accept or decline the notice sent over the budget for 2020, however this is a line that PSD and Ciolacu have been toeing since before Christmas. Ciolacu and other PSD members advised that a no confidence vote could be called for reasons varying from the Government assuming responsibility for the budget or for modifications to the justice laws, and PSD has even passed a no confidence vote agaisnt the Minister for Public Finance.


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