PSD's Fifor: Censure motion to be read in Parliament on Sunday

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The censure motion against the Grindeanu Cabinet will be read on Sunday in the plenary meeting of the two Chambers of Parliament, leader of Social Democratic Party (PSD) senators Mihai Fifor announced on Friday evening.

"Following closely what happens and how these events take place, we decided to convene our parliamentary colleagues for Sunday. On Sunday, at 16:30 hrs, the censure motion will be read in the plenary meeting of Parliament. This means that the schedule for Sunday will be as follows: starting 15:00 hrs, the sessions of the Social-Democratic and ALDE [Alliance of Liberals and Democrats] parliamentary groups will take place, from 16:00 hrs, the meeting of the Joint Standing Bureaus will take place, and from 16,30 hrs the joint plenary sessions where the censure motion will be read," Mihai Fifor stated at the PSD headquarters.

He argued that the Social-Democrats cannot "stand by impassively" to what is happening.

"And we believe it's normal for Romania's Parliament to react and be able to reinstate what is currently happening in the normal order of things. It is an illegal and unconstitutional way by which two former party members try to seize the government power in Romania, so we, the PSD and the ALDE partners, cannot stand by to this thing. Therefore, we want to read the censure motion on Sunday so that, in the shortest time possible, Romania returns to being a legitimate country, where the government is a legitimate government designated by Romania's Parliament," Mihai Fifor said. AGERPRES (RO — author: Catalina Matei, editor: Cristina Tatu; EN — editor: Rodica Ionita)

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