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Major shifts in the pipeline for pension calculation methods

Over 4 million workers and pensioners insured with the country's main and auxiliary social security funds (EFKA and ETEAEP) can expect to see changes and shifts in their pensions and incomes judging by the blueprint the Labor Ministry is expected to send to the General Secretariat of the government on Wednesday, before heading to Parliament.

PM Orban on minimum wage increase: Certain degree of urgency, business environment must know in time

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Monday that "there is a certain degree of urgency" regarding the adoption of the decision to increase the minimum wage, specifying that it should be taken by the end of November, the beginning of December, at the latest, so that the business environment knows in time.

Pambuccian: Group of national minorities, to support in its entirety Orban Government investiture

The leader of the parliamentary group of national minorities (others than the Hungarian minority) Varujan Pambuccian, announced on Monday that this group's representatives fully support the Orban Government's investiture and said he proposed to the prime minister-designate for the Secretary General of the Government to hold the rank of minister. "We had a second discussion with Mr.

Nelu Barbu: ALDE ministers Gratiela Gavrilescu, Viorel Ilie and Anton Anton resign

ALDE (Alliance of Liberals and Democrats) ministers Gratiela Gavrilescu - Environment, Viorel Ilie - Relation with Parliament, and Anton Anton - Energy, on Tuesday submitted their resignations with the General Secretariat of the Government, informs spokesman for the Executive, Nelu Barbu. The decision was made a day after the ALDE leadership decided to leave the ruling coalition.

Positive national budget revision; cuts in education, European funds, research outlays

The Ministry of Public Finance (MFP) has put forth a positive budget revision that secures compliance with the 2.76pct deficit, with the largest cuts according to the bill to be conducted in the appropriations for the Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of European Funds and the Ministry of Research.

Holocaust Museum to be built in area administered by Grigore Antipa Museum

Director of the Elie Wiesel National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania (INSHR) Alexandru Florian on Friday voiced confidence that the Museum of the History of the Jews and the Holocaust in Romania will be built in the space under the administration of the Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History in Bucharest.

Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic to address public tomorrow at 10 am

This will take place at the building of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic.
Serbian President will address the public tomorrow pertaining to the resignation of Prime Minister of the Interim Institutions in Pristina Ramush Haradinaj, commenting also on the potential implications of this act, Tanjug learns.