RMDSZ President Hunor Kelemen said that while the party does not agree with everything the current government is doing, they will take part in the debate of the motion of no confidence and be present at the vote, but will abstain.
“My colleagues will be present and we will make clear the opinion of the government and the current political situation,” Kelemen said on Wednesday.
The Romanian government led by Viorica Dăncilă will face a vote of no confidence after 163 MPs from three opposition parties launched a motion against it, calling for the “dismissal of the puppet government of the felon Dragnea”.
While Dăncilă is the de jure Prime Minister of Romania since January this year, the real power is under Liviu Dragnea, leader of the Social Democratic Party. He cannot be prime minister as he was convicted for vote rigging and corruption in two different cases, the first having a final verdict while the second is pending appeal.
The proponents of the motion said in their proposal that the “crime syndicate” led by Dragnea is destroying the country.