“Today, I heard that the opposition will submit a motion on 4 or 5 May to impeach Minister Beroš. Just like all the previous motions to impeach ministers, this one won’t succeed either,” said Reiner.
Reiner announced that he would put the motion for a no confidence vote on the Parliament’s agenda within the deadline foreseen in the Standing Orders.
Asked whether Beroš can make order in the process of vaccination, Reiner said that it would be put in order in the shortest time possible and that sufficient quantities of vaccines had been obtained.
Reiner said that Beroš is doing his job quite satisfactorily and that he needs to be left to do it in peace to the end.
Asked about accusations from the We Can! party that paid seminars are held on information from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan and that some ministers participate in them, Reiner said that any such accusations need to be substantiated with arguments. “I haven’t heard a single argument. Those are empty phrases, like many others,” he said.
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