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Three-party agreement to keep government in place

Luni, 4 decembrie 2006, 0:00

Representatives of the Democratic Party-PD, the National Liberal Party-PNL and the Hungarian Democrats-UDMR agreed at talks on Monday evening to maintain the current government despite the withdrawal of a junior member of the coalition in power, the Conservative Party-PC.

Theoretically, the PC departure would turn the current coalition into a minority government. But in statements earlier today Liberal PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu stuck to the idea that a majority may still exist.

The announcement that the government would continue its activities in a three-party formula wasd made by UDMR leader Marko Bela as leaders of the parties met President Traian Basescu tonight.

The parties are due to discuss how to fill in the seats left vacant by leaving PC ministers.

And the leaders of the three groups avoided statements related to the possible organization of early elections.

Meanwhile, debates on the 2007 Budget Law were postponed on Monday due to a high number of absentees in the Parliament session and to the indecision of PC representatives on how to vote.

PC leader Dan Voiculescu had said on Sunday that his party would vote in favor of the 2007 budget but set a series of terms that he said the Government should agree with if it wants a majority vote for the bill.

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