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Oct 02, 2009 12:38 EEST
BUCHAREST (Romania), October 2 (SeeNews) – Romania’s Prime Minister Emil Boc has appointed the ministers remaining in his minority government as interim replacements of the Social Democrat ministers, who left the two-party coalition government, the cabinet’s press office said.
The replacements, all but one affiliated with centre-right Democrat-Liberals led by Boc, will perform the functions of the Social Democrat ministers for up to 45 days, the press office said in a statement late on Thursday.
All ministers from left-wing Social Democratic Party resigned on Thursday after President Traian Basescu endorsed the dismissal of Interior Minister Dan Nica, who is affiliated with the PSD.
A list of the new interim functions of the remaining cabinet ministers follows:
- Justice Minister Catalin Predoiu takes over the Foreign Affairs Ministry;- Economy Minister Adriean Videanu takes over the Health Ministry;- Transport Minister Radu Berceanu takes over the Agriculture Ministry;- Tourism Minister Elena Udrea takes over the Environment Ministry;- Finance Minister Gheorghe Pogea takes over the Labour Ministry;- Communications Minister Gabriel Sandu takes over the Small and Medium Sized Enterprises and Business Environment Ministry;- Youth and Sports Minister Luminita Placinta takes over the Ministry for Relations with Parliament;
The premier will also serve as interim Education Minister.
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