Romanian opposition parties submit no-confidence motion over Labor Code

Newsroom 08/03/2011 | 19:58

Romanian opposition MPs submitted a no-confidence motion after the government sought a vote of confidence to pass the new Labor Code. The motion is supported by 210 lawmakers of the opposition Social Liberal Union (an alliance made up of social democrats, liberals and conservatives).

Social democrat representatives said the procedure targets both the vote of confidence procedure and the amendments to the Labor Code approved by the government.

According to Roberta Anastase, president of the Romanian Chamber of Deputies the motion will most likely be put to the vote next Wednesday, on March 16.

On Tuesday morning, Prime Minister Emil Boc asked for lawmakers’ confidence vote to pass the new Labor Code.

Simona Bazavan

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