Romanian prime minister Ludovic Orban has confirmed that he would show up in Parliament next Monday to deliver a report on the measures to manage the coronavirus pandemic as well as regarding the scenarios envisaged for opening schools and holding local elections, News.ro reported.
PM Orban, however, explained that the topics touched by the lawmakers' call are very diverse and require a quite comprehensive presentation.
The president of the Chamber of Deputies Marcel Ciolacu announced on Monday, July 27, that, together with the interim head of the Senate Robert Cazanciuc, he invited PM Orban to Parliament to explain the measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
He said the chief of the Executive should show the country "a detailed plan for managing the pandemic, starting school and holding elections."
The meeting will take place most likely at a critical moment for the dynamics of the pandemic - namely, after nearly two weeks of rampant increase in the number of coronavirus infections and exceptional restrictions taken in various parts of the country.
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