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Romanian President designates former European commissioner Dacian Ciolos to form new government

de Ed. Staff     HotNews.ro
Marţi, 10 noiembrie 2015, 17:17 English | Top News

Dacian Ciolos
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Romanian President Klaus Iohannis designated on Tuesday former European commissioner Dacian Ciolos to form a new, technocratic government in the wake of the resignation of ex-PM Victor Ponta and his Social Democratic government last week.

Dacian Ciolos, 46, has been serving as an aide for European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. He has served as European Commissioner for Agriculture and as Agriculture minister in the Romanian government a decade ago.

PM Ponta had resigned following popular outcry caused by a devastating fire that killed dozens of people and injured over 100 in a Bucharest nightclub on October 31. The incident - caused by improper facilities - was blamed, ultimately, on corruption. After Ponta announced his and his government's resignation, the interim government has been led by the Education minister Sorin Campeanu.

Iohannis held consultations with the political parties and the civil society starting last week. As he announced his nomination for PM today, he said he considered the best option for Romania was a technocratic government and that the political class needed new blood to answer the will of the people.












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