Bucharest – Last week, after a vote of no-confidence ousted the liberal-led coalition and ended a long-standing political crisis, the Romanian president nominated centrist Party leader Dacine Ciolos as prime minister on Monday.
On Monday, after a day of deliberations with Romanian political parties, President Klaus Iohannis nominated USR leader Koros to attempt to form a government. Koros was previously the prime minister of the caretaker cabinet from 2015 to 2017.
In a statement after the nomination, Mr Choros said, “We are responsible to the government and are ready to start talks with other political parties. Our aim is to get Romania out of crisis and do a lot more for it. Responsibility is needed. All political forces. ”
The presidential nomination must be approved by lawmakers.
Romania’s political crisis began in early September when the retired prime minister of the city of Florin sacked the USR-plus justice minister for failing to approve a €10 billion ($11.5 billion) regional infrastructure development program . The USR responded by resigning all six ministers.
The no-confidence motion passed overwhelmingly last week was presented by the left-wing opposition Social Democratic Party and backed by former Liberal partner USR-Plus and the populist far-right AUR party.
Iohannis said on Monday that the highest issues Romanian legislators need to address are managing the pandemic, tackling rising energy costs, and access to key funding from the European Union, to which Romania belongs. where did it go.
Romania, a country of 19 million people, is the second least vaccinated country for COVID-19 in a block of 27 countries, with only 34% of all adults fully vaccinated. We are currently fighting an astonishing surge in COVID-19 infections.
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Romanian President Nominates Prime Minister of Centrist Party
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