The Romanian Parliament has passed a no-confidence vote against the incumbent government, led by
261 MPs of the minimum required 233 voted in favor.
The vote of no confidence to the government
The PSD and Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (UDMR) opposed the changes. As Romania Insider points out, they fear losing their representatives after the local elections due in the summer of 2020.
The newspaper also notes that Prime Minister Orban and Romanian President Klaus Iohannis had plans to hold early elections in the country since January. However, for this to happen, the government had to either resign or
According to representatives of the Liberal Democratic Party (PLD), early parliamentary elections can
This comes a few months after the Parliament filed a no-confidence vote to the former prime minister and leader of the PSD Viorica Dăncilă.
The first Romanian president from an ethnic minority of Transylvanian Saxons Iohannis