Romania’s government falls after Parliament vote
Bucharest, Romania (CNN) -- Romania's government collapsed Friday and a new prime minister was appointed after a censure motion filed by the opposition won approval in Parliament. It is the second time this year a Romanian government has crashed. This time it fell less than three months after Prime Minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu took office. The censure motion passed with 235 votes, four more than the minimum required by the Romanian Constitution. There are 460 legislators. Details

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