Nr. 3555 de marti, 21 februarie 2006
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A scenario on provocation
There is something rotten about the story on the strictly secret documents that leaked from the Ministry of Defense. As some pieces of information come out and investigations progress the way everybody can see, the idea of a dirty scenario seems to be emerging. A scenario not exactly meant to discredit or intimidate the press, but to make use of such effects in order to bring in a police-like state de facto and de jure. Today I am getting into the details of...
President asked prosecutors to respect human rights
Romanian president Traian Basescu asked prosecutors to work and prove Romania became a state of law. He also said the progress the Prosecutor's Office made, reflected in figures, was to be appreciated. He added that sociologic research showed Justice as an institution little trusted. He explained: "When a citizen appeals to Justice, he doesn't see us, he sees judges. It is not us who decided to give properties illegally, but judges. It...
Basescu shook hands with Social-Democrats
Yesterday Romanian president Traian Basescu managed to made PSD (the Social-Democrat Party) agree to the ordinance on DNA (the National Anti-Corruption Department). Political leaders put up with two proposals made by the party led by Mircea Geoana.
Yesterday the Romanian president had consulting on the DNA ordinance with parliamentary party leaders. Conservatives' leader Dan Voiculescu was the only absentee. It was decided by consensus that...
Tariceanu doesn't encourage Romanians
Last week Romanian PM turned down a legislative initiative meant to improve the system to grant Romanian citizenship to Romanians living in Basarabia and northern Bucovina, although the Senate's Legislative Council agrees to it. Instead of proposing eventual changes, Tariceanu turned it down.
Senator Ilie Ilascu proposed Law 21/ 1991 on Romanian citizenship for those who were abusively deprived of it. Ilascu wanted this process to progress in better...
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Abuse for abuse
Because Adrian Nastase prevented certain laws in his attempt to keep investigators away from his properties, prosecutors reacted with illegal search. Yesterday they came down upon the block of flats in Zambaccian Street, but not on the home of Dana and Adrian Nastase, but on the other lodgers. The latter are under no criminal investigations, but their house facilities are. Following the line of in rem inquiry, used against journalist Onacea on Saturday, prosecutors...
Romanian Democrats are conservative at EPP
PD (the Democrat Party) wants to enter the EPP (the European People's Party) through the backdoor. In order to become an EPP member, after the Congress held in June 2005, Boc's Democrats renounced the social-democrat doctrine for the popular one. When writing solicitation to join the EPP, they said they were conservatives, because the EPP admits only Christian-Democrat or conservative parties. But at the same-time the Democrats proclaimed themselves...
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Last move was on Friday
Yesterday Bucharest Courthouse admitted prosecutors' request to judge sooner that initially decided the solicitation of precautionary arrest against Dinu Patriciu. The decision on such warrant is due on Friday, February 24, at 1:00 p.m., instead of March 3.
This is prosecutors' second attempt to get permission for arrest by illegal and abusive means. Friday is no random choice. Last year in May it was the first time that investigators tried to get warrant...
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Basescu terrified with MPs' pensions
Yesterday Romanian president Traian Basescu talked to the leaders of parliamentary parties about a solution that would eliminate privileges from the law on the status of MPs, which the head of state might no longer send back to the Parliament, says Mediafax.
Democrat leader Emil Boc says that because of public opinion on the points included in this law president Basescu asked parties to search for solutions. Party sources claim the Romanian...
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Civic Media informed international institutions
Civic Media Association informed international associations dealing with the protection of journalists about latest pressure on journalists in Romania. Civic Media sent the release to WAN (the World Association of Newspapers), SEEMO (the South East Europe Media Organization), IFJ (the International Federation of Journalists), IPI (the International Press Institute) and CPJ (the Committee to Protect Journalists). Civic Media expressed...
IMF says there is great need of measures to increase income
IMF (the International Monetary Fund) experts say there is great need of measures to increase income, because the cut on expenses settled in the budget cannot be achieved and pay raise may cause a budget deficit of 1% of PIB (the internal raw product). IMF has recently published the conclusions of their recent visit to Romania for evaluation of economy. The present report breaks no news, as IMF has made such recommendations in...
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