The senior coalition Social Democrats (PSD) in Romania are losing the battle for a non-confidence vote against themselves. The ruling PSD have triggered a parliamentary non-confidence vote on Wednesday, aiming to oust prime minister Sorin Grindeanu, their own nominee.

The man who was not meant to be king
Grideanu,43, is essentially a prime minister that was appointed in December 2016 as a front man for the President of the Social Democrats, Liviu Dragnea, who is serving a two-year suspended ...

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