Romanian Chamber of Deputies will meet on Monday in an extraordinary session to dicuss the reports of the investigation committee in the Sterling Resources case, involving ex-PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu and the case of ex-Sports and Youth minister Monica Iacob Ridzi. Moreover, a Permanent Office meeting will be held on Monday to discuss Romania's general prosecutor's official letter, urging the Parliament to approve a penal investigation in the case of ex-Sports minister Ridzi.

The Chamber of Deputies meeting is scheduled for 6pm today. The Chamber's Speaker, Roberta Anastase declared that the Permanent Office will decide whether the anti-graft prosecutor's request will be sent to the judicial committee, Romanian news agency NewsIn informs.