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Romania has appointed leftist PM

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Veteran leftist Sorin Grindeanu has been named Romania’s Prime Minister-designate by President Klaus Iohannis.

The former telecommunications minister was proposed for the job on Wednesday by Romania’s Social Democrat party (PSD), victor of a general election two weeks ago.

The PSD’s first pick to lead the cabinet was Sevil Shhaideh, a close associate of PSD leader Liviu Dragnea, who was ruled out of the job by his criminal sentence in a 2012 referendum-rigging case. Shhaideh’s nomination was rejected by the president.

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2016.12.30 / 14:48
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