New Cabinet announced
Prime Minister designate Mihai Razvan Ungureanu has announced his Cabinet line up following the resignation of the former government earlier this week.
The opposition decided to boycott the committee hearings for the new ministers and have also said that they will boycott parliament today as the new prime minister and his Cabinet are approved. The ruling Democratic Liberal Party and its coalition partners have more than the 233 votes needed between them to get the vote passed.
The Cabinet as announced is as follows:
|Marko Bela Deputy||Prime Minister|
|Bogdan Dragoi Public||Finance Minister|
|Lucian Bode||Economy, Commerce and Business Environment Minister|
|Cristian Diaconescu||Foreign Affairs Minister|
|Gabriel Oprea||National Defence Minister|
|Catalin Predoiu||Justice Minister|
|Kelemen Hunor||Culture and National Patrimony Minister|
|Ladis¬lau Ritli||Health Minister|
|Laszlo Borbely||Environment and Forests Minister|
|Leonard Orban||European Affairs Minister|
|Gabriel Oprea||Administration and Interior Minister|
|Alexandru Nazare||Transport and Infrastructure Minister|
|Cristian Petrescu||Regional Development and Tourism Minister|
|Razvan Mustea||Communications and information Society Minister|
|Claudia Boghicevici||Labour, Family and Social Protection Minister|
|Catalin Baba||Education, Research, Youth and Sport Minister|
|Stelian Fuia||Agriculture and Rural Development Minister|
The new government has also put to parliament a programme which has yet to be approved.