Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, November 9 - 15, 2017
Hours after the release of EC's Report on Progress in Romania under the Co-operation and Verification Mechanism, the Government held its weekly sitting, as scheduled. This Wednesday (November 15), the Government adopted the second budget adjustment for 2017, the highlight of the Government sitting. Apart from Minister of Justice Tudorel Toader's 11:30 press conference, no other member of the cabinet and no leader of the ruling coalition commented on the CVM Report. From within the ruling coalition, reactions came from PSD's Florin Iordache and ALDE spokesperson Varujan Vosganian.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, November 1 - 8, 2017.pdf
After a week of uncertainties and successive postponements of the extraordinary Government sitting that was supposed to decide on a series of top-importance tax measures, the Government finally held a weekly ordinary sitting on Wednesday, November 8, in which they passed the GEO enforcing the announced fiscal measures. 


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, October 25 - November 1, 2017
The legislative agenda for the following two months, before the Parliament enters the winter recess, was largely set by the ruling coalition and announced on Monday, October 30th, by PSD's Liviu Dragnea and ALDE's Călin Popescu Tăriceanu. According to statements made at the end of discussions in the ruling coalition, Dragnea announced that the Budget Law is going to be submitted in Parliament in November and adopted in the first days of December. Dragnea also announced that the Government is to amend the Fiscal Code by means of a Government Ordinance. The Public-Private-Partnership Law will also be adopted by means of an Emergency Ordinance, as announced by Minister of Business Environment Ilan Laufer. Also this week, the Justice Laws entered the Chamber of Deputies, the first notified body in this case. The three draft bills bring essential changes to the legal system and were submitted in Parliament on October 31.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, October 18 - 25, 2017
After last week’s Government reshuffle, the ruling coalition met on Wednesday, October 18, to decide which bills would be tabled in Parliament, by means of a parliamentary initiative, and which would be incumbent on the Government, to be adopted by means of governmental procedure. The Justice Laws (a set of legislative amendments meant to alter the procedure for appointing prosecutors, introduce new rules for the Judiciary Inspections, magistrates’ liability and so on), the Public Procurement Laws, and the Sovereign Fund for Development and Investments were also included by PSD Chairman Liviu Dragnea on the list of priorities that the ruling coalition needs to decide how to adopt. At the end of the meeting, ALDE’s Călin Popescu Tăriceanu confirmed that the Justice Laws would be submitted directly to the Parliament.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, October 11 - 18, 2017
The three ministers proposed by PSD were sworn into office on Tuesday, October 17 evening, one day after PSD submitted their proposals. The Presidential Administration announced on Monday, October 16 that President Klaus Iohannis received Sevil Shhaideh, Rovana Plumb and Răzvan Cuc’s resignations, as well as PSD’s proposal for their replacement: Paul Stănescu for the Ministry for Regional Development, Marius Nica for the Ministry for European Funds, and Felix Stroe for the Ministry of Transports. Neither PSD chairman Liviu  Dragnea (President of the Chamber of Deputies), nor Senate Speaker Călin Popescu Tăriceanu (ALDE) attended the Cotroceni Palace hosted ceremonies. On October 17, following a vote in the plenum, Deputies shielded Rovana Plumb from the investigation in the Belina file by vetoing the immunity lift proposed by DNA. On October 18, Sevil Shhaideh was appointed counselor to the Prime Minister.


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