Romanian PM Viorica Dancila is dropping her plans to increase the average minimum salary, as her government has announced recently. The plan was initially pursued despite the Parliament had passed a censure motion to dismiss Dancila's Social Democratic (PSD) government, which is now serving with limited powers.

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Dancila said that while her government would not adopt the project, they had prepared it so that a future government can adopt it.

Dancila's government submitted the project for public consultation last Wednesday. It calls for a rise of the average minimum salary by RON 100. Designated PM Ludovic Orban, picked to form a new government to replace Dancila's, said Dancila did not have the legal right to adopt such a measure.