The resignation of PM Boc remained in the background since the priority at the moment in the Democratic Liberal Party remains the analysis of the activities of ministers and a possible reshuffling, sources from the party’s leadership said for Democratic Liberals consider several options and did not decide whether they will have a massive reshuffling of the government or will just change those ministers who endorsed Blaga. If the President’s plans demand it, talks regarding Boc’s replacement might become a priority once again, sources said.

Those close to Boc do not stand for his replacement and coalition partners, Hungarian Democrats to be more exact, refuse to have a technocrat PM. The lack of a parliamentary majority generated by the dissatisfactions after the conventions determined the leadership of the party to choose the option to reshuffle the government.

Democratic Liberals consider a massive reshuffling and among the ministries involved are the education, agriculture, communications, economy and finances. A part of the ministers that will be changed will be rewarded with other positions within the party. Quoted sources said that next week eight executive secretaries will be elected, responsible on specialty departments: health, education, agriculture, administration, labor, economy, justice and infrastructure.