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Romania government collapses in no-confidence vote

Romania’s beleaguered left-wing government collapsed in a no-confidence vote today. This has paved the way for the president to appoint a new prime minister.

A total of 238 MPs in the 465-seat parliament voted in favour of the motion against the government of Prime Minister Viorica Dancila. Ms. Dancila had been fighting for her political survival since her Social Democrats, PSD, lost their junior coalition partner’s support in August.

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