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Romania deputy prime minister Marko Bela leaves Government

Marţi, 3 iulie 2007, 0:00

Hungarian Democrats (UDMR) leader Marko Bela resigned as deputy prime minister as promised a few weeks ago on Tuesday. He said in a press conference that his term in office facilitated the accession of Romania in the EU.

And he said he resigned to better deal with his duties within the party, as President of UDMR.

He first announced he would resign from the government shortly after the May 19 referendum that had President Traian Basescu re-confirmed in office. The referendum was seen as a major blow to Basescu's opponents, including Bela's UDMR, who had called the vote on grounds that the President breached the Constitution.

Bela added that his resignation was not a direct consequence of his disappointment with the government activity and thus, it was not a warning or a sign of untrustworthiness, as his party would still support the current Liberal government.

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