Implications of the no-confidence vote against the Cîțu Cabinet
Less than a year after its formation, Romania’s three-party government, led by Prime Minister Florin Cîțu and the National Liberal Party (PNL), has collapsed after a no-confidence vote in the country’s parliament. The vote, supported not only by opposition parties but also by former coalition member USR-PLUS, will almost certainly create further political instability, with snap elections looming large on the horizon.
With pressure mounting on the PNL to propose a government accepted by the majority of parliament, GCA member Kesarev takes a deeper look at the current crisis, including potential future scenarios.
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