The rejection of the motion of censure against the government lead by PM Emilc Boc was commented in the international newspapers. The New York Times dedicates an article in its online edition and reads that the government survived on Tuesday while thousands of angry retired people protested in front of the Parliament against the government's austerity measures.

The vote opens the way to the next IMF installment worth 24.6 billion dollars. However, the limited victory of the government reveals that it needs to face new challenges while they have to control spending. Romania became the most vulnerable country in the region because of that.

Reuters reads that the victory of the government is short, as the government needs to prove the capacity of the coalition to implement reforms.