According to President Iohannis, insofar as all the institutions in charge — President, Government, Parliament — will fulfill their incumbent tasks.
Romania's constitutional court has upheld a law preventing people with convictions from serving as ministers, a victory for the country's anti-corruption fight.
The prospect of EU membership has for years been the main driver of reform in the Balkans after a decade of war and upheaval in the 1990s.
A Romanian court has ruled that the speaker of the Senate, accused of making false statements in a property fraud case, can go on trial.
Romania's Social Democrat-led government easily survived a no-confidence motion in parliament on Wednesday, three days after mass street protests forced it into an embarrassing U-turn over a graft decree.