Romanian Prime Minister resigns

Romanian Prime Minister resigns
    Romanian Prime Minister resigns
    This is the country's second prime minister, who has been removed from his party for less than seven months.

    Prime Minister of Romania, Social Democrat Mihai Tudose resigned, surrendered to world agencies. "I'm leaving with my head up," Tudos said on leaving the Social Democrat leadership meeting.

    Tudose withdrew from office after losing the political support of his Social Democratic Party leaders. This is Romania's second prime minister, who has been removed from his party for less than seven months, Reuters said.

    Todeos took the decision to withdraw from the post of a PSD leadership party this evening, a party member told Reuters. At this meeting, the leadership, by a large majority, supported the support of Tudose and he resigned.

    The interim prime minister will be Paul Stanescu, who is now deputy prime minister.

    Tudose resigned because of an intra-party conflict with Liwi Dragnya, the leader of the Social Democratic Party, the French press recalls.

    The conflict became public last week. Then Tudose urged Interior Minister Carmen Dan to resign, accusing her of lying to him. She refused to withdraw. Dan is a close ally of Dragnya, the influential party leader, reminds Associated Press.
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