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UPDATE: Parliamentarians to debate today the motion and ordinance on teachers' salaries

de A.C.
Luni, 10 noiembrie 2008, 10:45 English | Top News

The Parliament debates on Monday the motion of censure against the government, "Education stays, the Government leaves" submitted by the Democrat Liberals. The document accuses the government of blocking, through an emergency ordinance, the 50% teachers' wages increase.

At its turn, the Senate will debate the government's emergency ordinance that blocked the implementation of the teachers' wages. The normative act was attacked by the People's Lawyer at the Constitutional Court, which will offer a decision on Tuesday.

The motion of censure against the government is a political gesture, Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu declared. He added that it is outrageous to submit a censure of motion since Parliamentary elections are imminent.

UPDATE The Parliament's committees rejected the government's emergency ordinance blocking the implementation of the 50% teachers' salary. The Senate rejected the ordinance with 71 votes for and 19 against. The bill will reach the House of Deputies that will take a final, mandatory decision.

Regarding the motion of censure against the government, Social Democrats announced that they will leave the room. Without the support of the Social Democrats, the censure of motion has no chances of being adopted.

The motion of censure was postponed because of lack of quorum, after both Social Democrats and Conservatives left the room. Democrat Liberals accuse the Chamber of Deputies Speaker, Bogdan Olteanu, a Liberal party member, of breaching internal regulations after he suspended the meeting without announcing the date or hour when it will be resumed.

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