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Oct 03, 2007 17:58 EEST
October 3 (SeeNews) - Romania's Liberal-led minority government survived on Wednesday a parliamentary no-confidence vote proposed by the Social Democratic Party (PSD), the biggest group in parliament.
The vote was supported by 220 out of the 462 members of the bicamaral parliament. The motion needed 432 votes to pass.
PSD filed a no-confidence motion against the minority government of Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu over alleged stalling of economic reforms in the EU newcomer. The motion was filed on September 24 by 139 members, 23 above the required minimum of 116.
Romania's government in June survived a no-confidence vote with help from the PSD. That motion was filed by the Democratic Party (PD), which was sent into opposition in April when Tariceanu ousted all PD ministers from his cabinet.
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