Politics of Romania
Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă and her government is ousted after the approval of a vote of no-confidence. She will hold the office acting until new Prime Minister is elected.
Sources: BBC News
Sources: BBC News
The Romanian government is dissolved following a no confidence vote against the centrist government of Prime Minister Florin Cîțu.
The Romanian Parliament elects Ludovic Orban as Prime Minister after Viorica Dăncilă was ousted on 10 October by a vote of no-confidence.
Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă sacks Minister of Education Ecaterina Andronescu for her controversial comments in a television interview about murdered 15-year-old girl Alexandra Măceșanu, saying she was "taught not to get in cars with strangers". A 65-year-old man has since admitted killing Alexandra Măceșanu and another teenage girl who has been missing since April.
The cabinet of Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă survives a motion of no confidence. During the vote, several thousand opposition supporters protest outside Parliament, calling for the resignation of the government.
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis asks Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă to resign. Iohannis says Dăncilă did not consult him before endorsing a plan to move Romania's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Viorica Dăncilă (PSD) is confirmed as Romania's first female Prime Minister. She is Romania’s third premier in less than 13 months.
Romanian Prime Minister Mihai Tudose resigns after losing the support of the Social Democratic Party.
After a short term political crisis, started when the governing PSD retracted its support, the Parliament of Romania passes a no confidence motion against the government led by former PSD Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu.
Being forced into opposition a year earlier, by the resignation of Prime Minister Victor Ponta amid the Colectiv nightclub fire tragedy, the Social Democratic Party returns to government following a landslide victory in last Sunday's parliamentary elections.
Romania's National Anticorruption Directorate announces that it is investigating the Prime Minister Victor Ponta for alleged money laundering, forgery and corruption. Ponta denies the allegations and is refusing to stand down.