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Romanian PM decides to resign

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08:19, February 07, 2012

Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc speaks at a press conference in Bucharest, Romania, in this file photo taken on June 26, 2010. Emil Boc on Feb. 6 announced his decision to tender his resignation of the Cabinet. (Xinhua/Gabriel Petrescu)

BUCHAREST, Feb. 6 (Xinhua) -- Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc on Monday announced his decision to tender the resignation of his Cabinet.

The prime minister said that he made the move because he "is not clinging to power."

Boc thanked the incumbent ministers and those who were reshuffled under his term in office.

He urged the political class to quickly pass through Parliament a new Cabinet.

"It is extremely important to the country that there is economic stability," Boc stressed, adding that the government has taken very tough decisions in order to overcome the economic crisis.

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