Nr. 3625 de miercuri, 17 mai 2006
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Romania adrift till autumn
The debate of MEPs in Strasbourg on the European Commission's report on Romania hasn't actually unveiled something we didn't know. The report has neither tempered our enthusiasm nor provided certitude concerning Romania's accession in January 1, 2007 we have been longing for. Bucharest officials, along with the press and all Romanians knew already that there were four fields under red flags needing improvement. There are also more 44 chapters we must make progress...
The European Commission's recommendations
Although the European Commission appreciates Romania's "significant steps" with the Justice reform and the establishing of structures to fight against corruption, as well as the growing number and quality of independent investigations on high level corruption charges, the monitoring report mentions the need to go on with efforts. The Commission also pleads for the consolidation of the Justice reform. It is expected that the judiciary system should...
Basescu can see the same flags as in last October
Romanian president Traian Basescu is warning all state institutions, ministries and governmental agencies in particular, about the recommendations in the monitoring report and first of all about fields described as "serious concern": three agriculture issues and one regarding taxation.
According to constitutional prerogatives, the President of Romania will continue to demand state institutions to intensify reforms in all fields, says the...
Romanian officials comment on monitoring report
-- Tariceanu: "The best evaluation"
Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu opined yesterday that the European Commission's latest monitoring report was "the best evaluation Romania ever had" from this institution. The PM said this was highly significant as, because of the delays in 2005, Romania had been under the very strict and rigorous monitoring of EU partners."
The PM commented: "I believe the Commission's report is a very fair and objective...
Slaughter right when Romania joins EU
Romanian agriculture minister Gheorghe Flutur returned from Berlin earlier than scheduled in order to dismiss the officials of veterinary doctors in Romania. The minister announced he would ask the PM, the only one entitled to make a decision, to dismiss the coordinator of Romanian vets and his executive because of poor approach to the situation in Codlea. The minister tried to calm down a bit the Romanians concerned about the chicken meat on the market,...
Love from Democrats, hatred from Liberals
-- Stolojan might get sanctioned
Two days ago Ludovic Orban, leader of Bucharest Liberals, suggested during a TV show that Theodor Stolojan, former president of the PNL (National Liberal Party), could be sanctioned for his latest statements by the Liberal leaders. Orban claimed: "It is very severe that he is breaking the status of the PNL and getting the presidential institution involved in a war and in an action affecting governmental stability...
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Basescu returns today
Romanian president Traian Basescu is to get out of hospital today and return to Bucharest in the afternoon, announces presidency adviser Adriana Saftoiu. She mentions that, according to the doctors in Vienna, the president of Romania is making normal progress with his recovery after the surgery, but he needs to continue the recovery program started in the Viennese hospital. Saftoiu adds: "The president and the doctors who have performed the surgery and were...
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President and PM to talk to MPs
Jose Barroso, president of the European Commission, and EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn are to meet today with the presidents of the two Parliament Chambers in Romania, the heads of foreign affairs commissions and the leaders of parliamentary groups in order to talk about the monitoring report.
Bogdan Olteanu, president of the Chamber of Deputies, said yesterday that after this meeting Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu would make a political...
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Dispute on Ceahlau Mountain
In today's newspaper you can read the story of the first Romanian mountain restituted to the rightful owners. The Sturdza princes are the rightful owners of the Ceahlau Mountains. It was the Land Commission in the district of Neamt who decided it. The Hangu property the Sturdza family got back stretches all along Valea Muntelui and includes the borders of five localities: Ceahlau, Hangu, Farcasa, Poiana Teiului and Grinties. The Territorial Forestry...
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