EP postpones vote on resolution regarding Romania until November

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The European Parliament conference of group leaders has decided on Thursday to postpone the vote on the resolution regarding Romania until November.

Initially, the vote was scheduled to take place during the second European Parliament plenary sitting at the end of October, ziare.com informs.

The European Parliament will debate on October 3, in plenary sitting, a resolution on the rule of law in Romania, PM Viorica Dancila being invited to attend the works.

The vote on the resolution was expected to the cast during the second plenary sitting next month, but at the EP conference of group leaders on Thursday, led by the EP President Antonio Tajani together with the European parties’ leaders, the decision was to postpone the vote.

The EPP Group leader, Manfred Weber, was against a vote during the second plenary sitting in October and proposed in exchange that the vote is cast on October 3 or in November. The final decision was to postpone the vote until November.

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila paid a visit on Tuesday and Wednesday to Brussels, for a lobby tour, during which she has had talks with all parliamentary groups in the European Parliament.

 

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