After more than a month and a half, the governing coalition managed to unlock works in the Chamber of Deputies. The governing coalition, with the support of the national minorities and the independents managed to adopt the modification of the internal regulations with 173 votes for, 3 against and 2 abstains. According to modifications, the permanent office will be able to conduct its activity without the presence of the opposition. The amendment allows the Chamber to resume activity. Moreover, deputies adopted a draft law which offers them majority in the Labour Committee. By changing the political configuration of the committee, the governing party has bigger chances to adopt the law on pensions. The Opposition did not attend the meeting.

The governing coalition modified last week the internal regulations of the Chamber of Deputies to be able to approve or reject the projects on the daily agenda with the vote of the majority of those present, without the need to meet a quorum. The opposition refused to enter the meetings so that the permanent office could not take any decision whatsoever because the opposition has 7 members while the governing coalition only 6.

The first modification rules that all materials on the daily agenda can be approved or rejected with the majority of votes from those present. The opposition has seven members in the permanent office while the ruling party has only six members.

The second modification sets the deadlines for the reports submitted for draft laws. Starting with this modification, all reports must be submitted within 14 days. Before this modification, there was no clear term for their submition.

The third amendment adopted by the commitees sees that the Chamber's Speaker is obliged to call the permanent office to meet at least once a week, on Wednesday.