Motion scenarios. Dacian Ciolos says that USR PLUS will not support a PNL minority government

USR PLUS leaders want to rebuild the coalition with PNL and UDMR, but without Prime Minister Florin Cîțu Photo: Inquam Photos / George Călin

If the motion against the government led by Florin Cîțu does not pass, USR PLUS will not support a PNL-UDMR minority government in Parliament, but if the motion passes, it will try to renegotiate the same coalition formula, but with another prime minister, declared on Friday evening, at Digi24, the co-president of USR PLUS Dacian Cioloș.

“(The government) remains a minority, if it finds support in the Parliament, because it will have to come to ask for the trust of the Parliament in maximum 45 days anyway. The structure of the Government will change, because it will have to come up with proposals from ministers for the portfolios that remain unoccupied, but it will not have the support of USR PLUS. We will not support a PNL minority government, because if we were not convinced that we can make reforms there, especially when we saw how Prime Minister Cîțu acts, when he has a free hand or when he takes his free hand, no we see why to support a minority government “, Dacian Cioloș declared, on Friday evening, at Digi24.

“But we are willing to discuss further collaboration with PNL and UDMR, because we see no other possibility for USR PLUS to collaborate to form a government than with PNL and UDMR and we are open to this discussion, but with a prime minister with whom to be able to work “, added Dacian Cioloş.

“For now, we have nothing to support, for now we have a motion of censure against the prime minister, who is in Parliament. Let’s go through this procedure and we will see what the results will be next “, said Dacian Cioloş, when asked what are the scenarios he takes into account.

“If the motion passes, we will try together with PNL and UDMR to rebuild the coalition. President Klaus Iohannis is the one making the proposal for prime minister, but if the intention of the three parties is to propose… exactly as we did… for sure, he is not obliged in any way, but I believe that the interest of the president is to have a government work on reforms. Isn’t that what we want? ”, Said Dacian Cioloş.

Earlier, Cioloș had revealed that both he and Dan Barna tried to have a discussion with President Klaus Iohannis, in the context of the political dispute in the coalition. Both contacted the head of state. Dan Barna did not receive any answer, while Iohannis told Dacian Cioloș that the discussion should have taken place before the crisis broke out.

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