The list includes the following ministers of the Democratic Liberal Party: Minister of Administration and the Interior Vasile Blaga, Minister of Economy, Trade and the Business Environment Adriean Videanu, Minister of Transports and Infrastructure Radu Berceanu, Minister of Education, Research, Innovation, Youth and Sports Daniel Funeriu, Minister of Labour, Family and Social Protection Mihai Seitan, Minister of Regional Development and Tourism Elena Udrea, Minister of Communications and Information Society Gabriel Sandu.
The Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania is represented in the Cabinet by Bela Marko as Vice-Premier, Hunor Kelemen as Minister of Culture, Laszlo Borbely as Minister of the Environment and Water Management, and Attila Cseke as Minister of Health.
The following ministers have no political affiliation: Catalin Predoiu, Minister of Justice, Gabriel Oprea, Minister of Defence, Teodor Baconschi, Foreign Minister, Sebastian Vladescu, Minister of Finance, and Mihail Dumitru, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development.
The standing bureaus of the two chambers of Parliament on Monday, in a joint meeting, will establish the calendar of Tuesday’s hearings of the ministers that were nominated for the Boc Cabinet by the specialist commissions of Parliament.
According to the joint regulations of the two chambers of Parliament, the approvals of the parliamentary commissions are consultative. The final decision is to be made by the plenum of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, which will state their opinions by voting on the confidence to be granted to the Boc Cabinet. The majority of votes of the senators and deputies are needed for the Boc Government to get the investiture vote. Thus, the Boc Cabinet will have to be voted for by 236 parliamentarians.