According to the terms of the agreement between the globalist parties ruling Romania, the parties agreed to rotate government posts. As a result, on Tuesday, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis designated the leader of the Social Democratic Party, Marcel Ciolacu, as a candidate for the position of prime minister to replace outgoing prime minister Nicolae Cuică. The move is mainly cosmetic and no substantive policy changes are expected.
"After the consultations I had today, I think it is no surprise, but now I nominate Mr. Marcel Ciolacu for the position of Prime Minister of Romania, whom I invite to form a coalition government and continue the dedicated work, serious, efficient and effective coalition with this government that will probably be formed shortly,” the Romanian President announced. “Mr. Prime Minister-designate, I wish you much success in the negotiations for the formation of the Government and I am waiting for you to take the oath.”
Ciolacu had been serving as president of the Chamber of Deputies. After being designated as the new prime minister, he resigned from his role in parliament. A vote in parliament to confirm the new government is expected on Thursday.