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Bombs, Books, and Bucks
The $82 billion "emergency supplemental" bill to finance American military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan leaves the United States spending more money on military power than is needed on a yearly basis to permit every child in the world to receive, within one decade, both primary and secondary education. Clearly, the question is not whether universal education is affordable, but whether America and the world can afford to neglect the political, economic,...
Project on unification of right-oriented parties
-- PPCD pleads for new political structure
PPCD (the Popular Christian-Democrat Party) expresses appreciation for the decision of PNL (the National Liberal Party)-PD (the Democrat Party) Alliance to start early elections procedures and asked for the rapid unification of all center-right political groups by means of a federative project so that they all would run as candidates in future elections on common lists. This is what PPCD vice president...
Interim government to continue reform
After yesterday's meeting of the Executive Committee for European Integration PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu said an interim government could continue reform measures "at a standstill for now" and even intensify reform. Tariceanu explained that even an interim government would have available means necessary to decision reaching and they would even be allowed to replace certain persons unable to accomplish missions stipulated in the calendar for accession....
Coalition modifies electoral law
Yesterday leaders of the Coalition at rule had talks about early elections, modification of the electoral law and normative documents to be adopted. The leaders tried to decide on law projects concerning Justice reform included in the set of laws the government had taken responsibility for in front of the Parliament. But they did not take up articles the Constitutional Court described as unconstitutional. UDMR (the Democrat Union of Hungarians in Romania)...
Mark Taplin meets Basescu
Romanian President Traian Basescu had a meeting with Mark Taplin, new US Charge D'Affairs to Bucharest. President Basescu reiterated Romania's support to the fight of terrorism, especially against the background of recent attacks in London: "USA can count on Romania's contribution to international efforts to fight terrorism. Our country will obey assignments on Iraq and Afghanistan as long as necessary." The Romanian official outlined that the EU accession was a...
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Evenimentul Zilei lies
This is what ex Head of Civil Aviation Sorin Stoicescu said about the article titled "Baneasa Airport on the Verge of Catastrophe", published by Evenimentul Zilei daily on Monday. Sorin Stoicescu also said: "The information revealed on page 5 shows as clearly as possible that this daily newspaper that used to be a serious one is degrading. The two journalists writing lies to cause panic weren't even curious to read the definition of accident". The daily...
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Ivantoc and Popa: One more year of illegal detention
One year ago CEDO reached decision that members of the Ilascu group were to be set free. But Andrei Ivantoc and Tudor Petrov Popa are still in detention in Tyraspol, says Romanian Global News. In spite of the CEDO decision, the two members of Ilascu's groups, initially including Ilie Ilascu, Alexandru Lesco, Tudor Petrov Popa and Andrei Ivantoc, are still in the Tyraspol prison, after the illegal trial in 1992, when they were...
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