Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban has resigned after his liberal party lost its parliamentary elections on Sunday.
Reuters reported that the centrist camp Orban appears to be at the forefront of forming a coalition government in the face of the left-wing opposition winning the elections.
And the left-wing Social Democrats failed to gain enough support to form an effective majority government against Orban.
After counting 95 percent of the votes, the Social Democrats won less than 30 percent of the vote, while the Liberals got 25 percent, and the centrist coalition won 15 percent and is likely to be a partner of the liberals in the coalition.
President Klaus Iohannes, who is allied with the liberals, said the results mean that the centrist movement is more likely to form an effective coalition government.