The Danube government faces its fourth censorship proposal. Parliament's session should start in just over an hour and a half. The opposition claims it would have a margin of votes guaranteeing that the government would be sacked despite last-minute issuance. What were the calculations this morning and what were the negotiations going on overnight.
It was an extremely long night, with intense discussions and negotiations in both camps.
According to Digi24, the PSD was able to convince 10 of the 237 signatories of the proposal not to show their support at the time of the plenary vote. About four were known yesterday: the USR MP will not be present for health reasons, Oana Bîzgan – an independent MP – is leaving, and Sorin Bota and Emanoil Savin may not vote.
Thus, ten of the 237 signatures can no longer be considered as votes.
The PSD would convince the two elected prime ministers not to vote on the proposal.
On the other hand, the Opposition convinced nine parliamentarians who did not find themselves among the signatories to vote – three from the PSD and six from minorities.
In conclusion, there will be 234 votes in favor, one above the minimum required to adopt the proposal.
According to unofficial information from the PSD, the last word would be those from the UDMR, the Social Democrats would try to convince them that two or three would not vote, so that the Government would remain with two or three votes below the required limit. to be fired. Sources in the leadership of UDMR parliamentary groups told digi24.ro on Thursday morning that all Union lawmakers will be present and vote on the proposal.