The Parliament is to Vote Tomorrow for the New Government

The Parliament is to Vote Tomorrow for the New Government
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24 March 2021 | 14:35

The Parliament will meet tomorrow to examine the draft for approving the Government’s Activity Program and to grant the vote of confidence to the Government led by Igor Grosu.

The Parliament decided during today’s sitting to meet on Thursday, March 25, to examine the draft decision for approving the Government’s Activity Program and to grant the vote of confidence to the Government led by Igor Grosu. The candidate proposed for the position of Prime Minister presented today the Government’s Activity Program. In addition to the draft on the approval of the Government’s Activity Program, which is the first on the agenda, it also includes the draft amendment to the State Budget Law for 2021.

“Our responsibility lies with the citizens. Through our governing program and the team we come with, we undertake to make responsible decisions for managing the economic and pandemic crisis, cleaning the state institutions of corrupt people, and organizing early elections,” said Igor Grosu.

Igor Grosu, claims that he is ready to fully assume the governmental act in case the vast majority of the deputies from the Parliament will vote in favor. At the same time, Grosu declared that the Action and Solidarity Party will make the decision the vote for this government these days within the National Political Council.

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