-The Deputies’ Chamber is scheduled to debate and vote, on Tuesday (Oct 11), the simple motion against Interior Minister Lucian Bode, tabled last week by 55 Save Romania Union (USR) and non-affiliated MPs belonging to the Right Force Party (PFD), Agerpres reported.
-The Minister of the Interior, Lucian Bode, informed the Standing Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies on Tuesday that he cannot come to the plenary for the debate and vote on the simple motion submitted by the Save Romanian Union (USR) and the Right Force against him and requested its rescheduling, according to Agerpres.
-The government can cap, in crisis situations, the price of a product that is sold by a private entity, if there is “a profiteering area” related to that product, Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Marcel Ciolacu stated on Monday, at the Parliament Palace, at the end of the PSD National Political Council meeting.
-Fitch Ratings has affirmed the BBB- rating for Romania’s long-term forex issuer Individual Default Rating and the negative outlook, keeping the country’s Eurobonds just above the junk debt area.
-Romania’s total agricultural area stricken by drought as of Monday (Oct. 10) stood at 827,980 hectares, in 37 counties and Bucharest, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MADR) data showed.
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-The Bucharest National Airport Company (CNAB), which manages Bucharest’s two international airports, Henri Coanda – Otopeni) and Aurel Vlaicu- Baneasa, has announced an investment of EUR21 million to increase the luggage processing capacity by 40%, Ziarul Financiar reported.
-Romanian carmaker Dacia will unveil at Paris Motor Show the first hybrid engine to power one of its models – specifically, the compact MPV model Jogger.
On Monday (Oct. 10), 71,660 people entered Romania through the border crossing points nationwide, of whom 7,474 were Ukrainian citizens, down by almost 4% compared to the previous day, according to the General Inspectorate of the Border Police.