Minister Udrea leaves parliamentary inquiry commission hearings

Tourism Minister Elena Udrea left the hearings of the parliamentary commission set up to inquire into her ministry’s spending after nearly half an hour on Thursday, saying she would only come back after those who had taken part in the discussion leaked to the media and who want to damage her credibility resigned from the commission.

Udrea was speaking of commission chairman Liberal Ludovic Orban, Liberal Adriana Saftoiu, Social Democrats Aura Vasile and Dumitru Chrita and Liberal Claudiu Taga.

The minister left the hearings saying she did not recognize the legitimacy of the commission in its current composition and that the five deputies should resign from Parliament.
‘I wait for you to resign’, Udrea told the five deputies, stressing that she has observed the Romanian laws since taking up as Tourism Minister.

Commission chairman Orban warned Udrea her remarks were outside the legal framework, since she was making comments that had nothing to do with the commission’s scope.

After leaving the hearings, the minister said she was rejecting the members of the inquiry commission who had taken part in a discussion taped and leaked to the news media. She said she wanted those members removed from the body in line with the constitution and the respect of human rights.

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