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EDITORIAL
Ukraine helps fuel frozen conflict on EU doorstep
Ukrainian cooperation with the breakaway Moldovan province of Transniestria risks damaging EU policy in Moldova, with the EU's new Ukraine-Moldova border mission having little impact so far.
Kiev has agreed to help Brussels press for Moldovan reunification by refusing to take Transniestrian steel, textile and food exports after 25 January unless they carry official Moldovan customs stamps.
But reports from the EU's new Moldova-Ukraine...   (1 afisare)
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Poisoned recommendation
The Parliamentary Assembly in the Council of Europe adopted recommendation promoted by UDMR (the Democrat Union of Hungarians in Romania) deputy Gyorgy Frunda, supporting the territorial autonomy of national minorities in states represented in the Council of Europe. Using debate on the concept of nation as veil, the promotion of such autonomy in Recommendation 1735 of the Parliamentary Assembly serves the UDMR initiative to promote new law on national minorities'...   (5 afisari)
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Reactions to Basescu's stormy statements
Yesterday Dan Voiculescu, president of the Conservative Party, came up with new diversion move. He claimed Sorin Rosca Stanescu, Liviu Luca and Sorin Ovidiu Vantu had phoned Conservative vice PM George Copos and threatened him. Voiculescu said these three people asked Copos to vote for plan that 8% of Petrom shares would be taken over by Petrom employees association or they would "fix" him. This is a very severe accusation against the criminal...   (3 afisari)
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Romania disfavored because of negative lobby
During international conference on the protection of children's rights, baroness Emma Nicholson, formerly an EU rapporteur for Romania, vice president of the European Parliament's Commission for Foreign Affairs, expressed much appreciation for Romania's progress with the child protection system. She opined the Romanian Executive was fully entitled to keep restrictions on international child adoption. Moreover, she said other states...   (1 afisare)
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Criminal complaint on phone call interception
Businessman Dinu Patriciu sent to the Prosecutor's Office a criminal complaint against those who had ordered interception of his phone calls. His lawyers say the respective people's action was not part of criminal investigations, as no judge asked for interception, especially that there is no charge on crimes touching upon Romania's security. Patriciu's lawyers claim Radu Timofte's statement shows the procedure was illegal. (...)...   (1 afisare)
POLITICS - In Brief
Nastase's end draws near
Romanian Social-Democrats decided yesterday not to sack Nastase yet, until congress time. They drew lots of strategies on how to improve party's score in polls. But they also attacked each other and quarreled about influence in the party. The local bosses got enraged yesterday during the meeting of the Central Executive Committee members, because Geoana wanted to control them. The latter's proposal was dropped in the end, especially due to Ioan Rus's...   (1 afisare)
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