Romania's Government survives no-confidence motion over amended Labor Code

Romania's Government on Wednesday survived a motion of no-confidence filed by the opposition, which failed to acquire the necessary votes, meaning the amended Labor Code is closer to becoming law.  The motion needed 236 votes to pass, but received only 211. A mere 216 MPs voted in all, whether for or against.

The amended Labor Code, approved by the Government, has therefore passed the Parliament and requires only the head of state's signature to become law. Romanian unionists protested on Wednesday in Romanian capital city Bucharest, near the Parliament Palace, over the new Labor Code

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Romania's Government survives no-confidence motion over amended Labor Code

Romania's Government on Wednesday survived a motion of no-confidence filed by the opposition, which failed to acquire the necessary votes, meaning the amended Labor Code is closer to becoming law.  The motion needed 236 votes to pass, but received only 211. A mere 216 MPs voted in all, whether for or against.

The amended Labor Code, approved by the Government, has therefore passed the Parliament and requires only the head of state's signature to become law. Romanian unionists protested on Wednesday in Romanian capital city Bucharest, near the Parliament Palace, over the new Labor Code

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