Romania to hold extraordinary Parliament session next week

Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc said Wednesday, after the meeting with the opposition, that an extraordinary Parliament session would be held next week, to “defuse any conflict”.

The prime minister said a Council for economic dialog would be created, comprising experts from the ruling coalition and the opposition, to look for job-creating solutions.

He also said the Government agrees to appear in Parliament once a month to explain its future decisions.

As for early elections, Boc said the Government’s fate is decided in Parliament, but an analysis is needed to determine what is best for Romania.

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