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  Nr. 3658 de sambata, 24 iunie 2006 
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Political police and ritual victims
Yesterday ZIUA published a gifted editorial written by my colleague Ovidiu Banches and titled "Pull down the curtain!". It started from Dan Voiculescu's membership to the ex Securitate structures and the whole pell mell in both media and politics, emerging after the CNSAS (National Council for Research on the Communist Secret Service Archive) decision. On behalf of ZIUA, Banches suggested a solution due to which some people's status as agents or members...   (3 afisari)
Politicians agree to have records published
The representatives of parliamentary parties like the ZIUA suggestion that the records on officials should be published on the Internet. Most political leaders we contacted yesterday are for it, commenting this is an exercise on transparency that would diminish disputes and suspicion on officials' connections to the ex Securitate (Communist Secret Service).
On the other hand, there are voices claiming the present system should still be used,...   (1 afisare)
Andon makes no progress with his claims
The PC (Conservative Party) deputy Sergiu Andon, also the lawyer of the PC president Dan Voiculescu, asked the CNSAS (National Council for Research on the Communist Secret Service Archive) yesterday to provide him with the recorded questionings of Dan Voiculescu. Although he had told the press he had something sensational, Andon wrote just a request to the CNSAS. He explained Dan Voiculescu had been recorded in 2003 and in 2006 as well, without consenting...   (4 afisari)
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Basescu to pay visit to Belgrade
The visit to Serbia is highly symbolical and illustrative of the traditional relations and especially of the relations we want to have with Serbia in the future. We believe Serbia is the key to peace in the Western Balkans, said Romanian President Traian Basescu yesterday, before setting out for Serbia.
The President of Romania explained: "It is no secret that one issue to be tackled is the approach of President Boris Tadic and PM Vojislav Kostunica...   (2 afisari)
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Iraqi terrorist suspect expelled from Romania
The Iraqi citizen suspected of terrorism and retained in Bacau was expelled from Romania on Thursday evening. He was sent by a Tarom plane flying Bucharest-Amman-Cairo, as he had the right to stay in Egypt.
Authorities had retained Shaker al Shaker on Tuesday and the same day Bucharest Court of Appeal issued ordinance declaring him undesirable. According to the SRI (Romanian Secret Service), in 2003 he used to work as Chaker Mahmoud...   (1 afisare)
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Justice with steering wheel
The two judges from Bucharest Court who sentenced Mugur Ciuvica in 2005 for having claimed Traian Basescu had been an agent of the ex Securitate can now be blackmailed because of their own records. Just one month after having "fixed" Ciuvica, authorities stopped investigating judge Elena Burlan on intellectual fake and abuse at work. As for the second one, Iosefina Parvu, who had been sanctioned for discipline breaks and who had some criminal records...   (3 afisari)
Geoana wants fight against Alliance
Yesterday the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) waged "total war against the orange Alliance" by protests all over the country. They unveiled the "facts and lies" of the Alliance, at 500 days since the latter had got power.
Party president Mircea Geoana opened it in Bucharest. Just like a movie hero, he talked about war and the "demolition" of the ruling Alliance. Geoana commented: "The Alliance's failure is not because of certain ministers...   (1 afisare)
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