Romania's finance minister resigns after policy row-party source
BUCHAREST Feb 6 (Reuters) - Romania's Finance Minister Daniel Chitoiu resigned from his post in the coalition government on Thursday, after losing the support from his Liberal Party in a policy row, a top party source told Reuters.
Chitoiu had failed to keep his party in the loop about a plan by its leftist partners to reschedule the bank debts of low-income borrowers, the source said.
"He resigned, he was blamed for not discussing those plans with the party," the source said.
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