The Romanian government has survived a no-confidence vote in Parliament after the opposition requested for the vote over a row on the country’s rescue agreement with the International Monetary Fund.

The bailout program requires Romania to pass legislation on public wages, pensions and the 2011 state budget. The opposition lodged two no-confidence motions against the government’s proposed wage laws.

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  • Ma. Rizza Leonzon

    As a former staff writer, Rizza focused mainly on business coverage, including key donors such as the Asian Development Bank and AusAID.