Prime Minister-designate Ludovic Orban said on Friday that he has agreed with the Save Romania Union (USR) representatives to jointly support several projects, including 'No Convicts in Public Office' and the revision of the Constitution."The discussions referred to a few topics that we have so far supported, I am referring to the 'No Convicts in Public Office' initiative, here we have obviously established that we will support them for the introduction on the agenda, even if there is no report, because if the report deadline is exceeded, it can be debated in plenary session. Obviously we have agreed - and they will support the draft revision of the Constitution, which includes the 'No Convicts in Public Office' initiative, so that we have two ways to ensure that this project succeeds. (...) We have also agreed to support each other in the draft law on the abrogation of the compensatory appeal. We have also addressed environmental issues, we have dealt with justice issues. In general, from my point of view, it seemed to me that we agreed," said Orban, at the Parliament Palace, after the meeting he had with the USR delegation.
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