Nr. 3730 de sambata, 16 septembrie 2006
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An invincible attack?
The image effects of President Basescu's political attack are difficult to estimate right now. The dismissal of the Romanian defense minister Teodor Atanasiu was the President's choice, after all. It is meant to prove that adversaries have got reasons to fear the President, despite the Constitution, which confers him few prerogatives. Of course Basescu could have decided not to suspend Atansiu, not to turn a political freak into a hero. After all, when he himself...
Basescu: Alliance won't split
Romanian President Traian Basescu responded to the Liberals yesterday, claiming he had never attacked the PNL (National Liberal Party) and he never would. Moreover, he told Crin Antonescu, who had announced the split of the protocol with the Democrats in the Chamber of Deputies, that he was mistaking the President for the Alliance. As for the Liberals' threat that they would have their own candidate for elections, Traian Basescu replied: "It was time for them...
Lesson of conduct in Bucharest
More than 8,000 education employees from all over Romania protested yesterday in the George Enescu Square, Bucharest, just as the new school year was opening. Minister Hardau attended the school opening ceremony in a school in Miercurea Ciuc. He was amazed that mayor Raduly Robert delivered his speech on Magyar only. In an attempt to handle it in an honorable manner, the education minister said he would have to take Magyar language lessons. He gave the mayor...
3 Romanian students injured in Montreal attack
3 Romanian Schoolchildren were injured in Tuesday's attack in a Montreal college, informed sources from the Romanian community in Montreal yesterday. There is information that they are now safe, although one of them is still in hospital because of the severe state he is in. So far we know only the first names of the injured: Catalin was most severely injured as he was shot in the abdomen two times. According to the information ZIUA got from...
Transdniester electors to vote for independence
The inhabitants of separatist Transdniestria are to vote for this region's independence on the Moldovan Republic in tomorrow's referendum. Tyraspol authorities also intend to unify the separatist region to the Russian Federation.
The electors in Transdniestria are to answer two questions by referendum: "Are you for the independence of the Transdniester republic and for the free unification to the Russian Federation afterwards?" and "Do you...
LATEST - In Brief
New ambassadors to Bucharest
The new German and Danish ambassadors to Bucharest, Roland Lohkamp and Ulrik Helweg-Larsen, came to Cotroceni Palace yesterday to hand letters of accreditation to Romanian President Traian Basescu.
The President's meeting with Germany's new ambassador to Bucharest focussed on the Romanian government's efforts to make progress so that Romania would join the EU on schedule. The President expressed confidence that Germany would ratify the Treaty of...
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Macovei threatens she will resign
Romanian Justice minister Monica Macovei said last Thursday that she was thinking about resigning, because politicians were opposing anti-corruption measures more and more. While attending a debate on the making of the National Integrity Agency, the minister commented: "In the beginning of 2005 there was less political opposition to measures against corruption. The threat that Romania's accession to the EU might be postponed was still present....
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Government to decide on Church forests
Romanian agriculture minister Gheorghe Flutur announced yesterday that in next Tuesday's meeting of Romanian Executive members they would have debate on the claim for restitution of forests coming from the Church of Bucovina. Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu, His Holiness Pimen Archbishop of Suceava and Radauti are to attend the meeting.
The minister mentioned the government wished to restitute properties to the rightful owners, but...
POLITICS - In Brief
Romanian Democrats knock on EPP door
Today the ultimatum the Romanian Christian-Democrats set onto the Democrats for a protocol to be reached by the two groups is up. On it depends the seat the PD (Democrat Party) can get at the EPP table.
One week ago the leaders of the PPCD (People's Christian-Democrat Party) announced they would consent to the PD application to get status as associate member of the EPP, only in case of a PPCD-PD protocol signed by September 16. It was...
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