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Rightful owner gets Bran Castle back
Bran Castle was restituted to its rightful owner, Dominic Habsburg, nephew of Queen Maria and son of Princess Ileana. Narcis Dorin Ion, director of the Bran Museum, signed the decision yesterday. Bran Castle, dating back to 1377, is one of the main tourism destinations in Romania, especially due to the Dracula myth. Bram Stoker's novel Dracula contributed a lot to its fame. (...)
After the Royal Family had been expelled from Romania in 1948, Bran Castle...
ZIUA saves the Cathedral
The ZIUA campaign to save St. Joseph Cathedral in Bucharest has been successful: general mayor of Bucharest Adriean Videanu announced yesterday that the solution suggested by Ioan Robu, Archbishop of the Catholic Church, could put an end to the dispute on the plan to erect a building next to the Cathedral. Videanu mentioned it was about getting a different piece of land belonging to the church on Coposu Avenue, which should host the much controversial Millenium Building.
PM Tariceanu tackles bird flu
Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu chaired yesterday meeting of the Central Anti-epizootic Committee and decided on several measures, says Executive spokeswoman Oana Marinescu.
As far as households involved in the spreading of the virus are concerned, they decided to intensify checks and take more samples. Marinescu mentions authorities decided on target localities: those where the bird flu virus was detected and those close to national roads. As for poultry...
Government restructuring has got no future
Coalition partners might decide to renegotiate their Protocol. The UDMR (Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania) leader Marko Bela suggested it, claiming that the Executive could be restructured only if there were renegotiations on the Coalition's Protocol. Emil Boc, president of the PD (Democrat Party), expressed willingness to agree, on condition that this should not mean refusal to restructure the government. Dan Modreanu, general secretary of...
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Restituted buildings' fate is up to Romanian President
The Office for International Communication and Human Rights asked Romanian President Traian Basescu yesterday not to promulgate the project meant to modify Law 112/ 1995 on the buildings abusively confiscated under the communist era. The president of the Office explained in press release that there was need to suspend the sale of lands annexed to the respective houses until ongoing lawsuits and restitution were over. The...
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Basescu to go to Paris together with 2 doctors
Romanian President Traian Basescu is to leave Elias Hospital late next week. But on Tuesday he is to pay a 2-day official visit to Paris in the company of 2 doctors, announced doctor Mihai Berteanu, in charge of the President's recovery.
The doctor explained: "The medical program is associated to the political program. Next Tuesday the President will go to Paris, but return to Elias Hospital afterwards."(...) Berteanu said Traian...
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Scheele: Romania should be a model for the Moldovan Republic
Jonathan Scheele, head of the EU Delegation in Bucharest, opined yesterday that Romania should become the seventh power of Europe economically too, not just as number of representatives in the Parliament of Europe. Scheele expressed wish that in the next 10 years Romania should become a model for the Moldovan Republic.
The EU official commented that in order to become a real European state Romania had to defeat its...
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