The French-Irish infrastructure will transfer sustainable nuclear and wind energy between the two countries, strengthening their energy independence
Mayor of Cluj-Napoca is Emil Boc. He was first elected as a mayor in June 2004. Boc was also the president of the Democratic Liberal Party, which proposed and supported him as Prime Minister in late 2008.
He was Prime Minister of Romania from 22 December 2008 until 6 February 2012. On 13 October 2009, his cabinet fell after losing a motion of no confidence in Parliament. He was the head of acting cabinet until a new Prime Minister and cabinet were confirmed by the Romanian Parliament. On 17 December 2009, President Traian Basescu designated him again to form a new government, receiving afterwards the vote of confidence from the Parliament.
In May 2012 Emil Boc announced his new bid for mayor of Cluj-Napoca and won the June 2012 local elections. In September 2020 Boc was re-elected mayor of Cluj-Napoca.