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Romania’s Liberal Government Ousted

Romania’s liberal government, led by Prime Minister Florin Citu was ousted on 5 October. A no-confidence vote was overwhelmingly endorsed by parliament, EUobserver reports.

The no-confidence motion by the opposition Social Democrat Party needed 234 votes to pass, but got 281.

A month ago, all USR PLUS ministers submitted their resignations from the Romanian government, meaning the government lost its majority in parliament, Euractiv.com reports.

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