Prime Minister Victor Ponta's leftist government survived a no-confidence motion in Romania's parliament as expected on Friday, its first big political test since losing a November presidential election to a centrist candidate. One ruling party deputy told Reuters, "It survived by a large margin, there's no surprise here. The opposition needed 278 votes to see their motion succeed." Another deputy said Ponta's Social Democrats and their junior allies in parliament abstained altogether.
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