The new government put forward by the nominated Prime Minister Lucian Croitoru is very close to the vote of the Parliament. The Parliament will establish on Monday the agenda of the 14 ministers hearings proposed by Croitoru, the Senate's Speaker Mircea Geoana said.

UPDATE: Croitoru's cabinet will be heard starting Wednesday, October 28 at noon and the Parliament is due to cast a vote on November 4th, Liberal deputy Mihai Voicu announced. The Parliament decided to rule the faith of the new cabinet on the day President Basescu celebrates his anniversary.

After hearings with specialized committee, deputies and senators will reunite in a common meeting to cast a vote on the new government. The government has seven ministers of the current government and technocrats like Bogdan Aurescu and Mihai Seitan. The Parliament should cast a vote on the government on November 7.

Interim PM Emil Boc says that the government has high chances to pass in the Parliament. For now, Croitoru's government has the support of the Democrat Liberals while other parties endorse Klaus Iohannis as PM.