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Democratic Party files motion against Liberal Government

Luni, 4 iunie 2007, 0:00

The Democratic Party-PD has filed a long-expected motion against the Liberal Government in Parliament and it was registered with the support of 119 MPs, House speaker Bogdan Olteanu announced on Monday. The Democrats, Romanian President Traian Basescu’s main supporters in the Parliament, have been pushing for such a motion to be registered for a week.

The governing Liberals (PNL) and the main opposition party, the Social Democrats (PSD), are expected to oppose it in the coming vote.

According to Olteanu, the PD-supported motion received the support of three representatives of the minority group in the Parliament, one of the PSD and one of the small but influential Conservative Party-PC.

But PD leader Emil Boc has announced that the party filed 120 signatures - not 119 in support of the motion. 116 signatures were constitutionally needed for the motion to be tabled successfully.

The PD claims that the Liberal-dominated government run by PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu, which the PD was a part of until a major political dispute forced its withdrawal this spring, is the weakest government Romania has ever had.

It says the motion should bring to light the relationship between various forces in the Parliament as a recent referendum on the dismissal of President Traian Basescu has faded away border lines between the government and the opposition.

The motion was scheduled for reading in the Parliament on Thursdaz morning. A vote is expected to take place next Monday in the afternoon.

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