Nr. 3764 de joi, 26 octombrie 2006
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ZIUA wins bet
The choice for Liberal Varujan Vosganian to become a EU Commissioner is what ZIUA anticipated in October 21, betting on the Liberal senator. Our assumption was that he fitted the general portrait of an EU commissioner bet.
A few days later more main Romanian dailies published the same piece of information. The PM made the official announcement after meeting with President Basescu and negotiating a bargain. Vosganian would become an EU commissioner and a Democrat would become...
Vosganian left for Brussels
-- He may become a commissioner for minorities
The Romanian government recommended yesterday that Romanian senator Varujan Vosganian should become an EU commissioner. It was PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu who made the announcement yesterday, in the opening of Executive members' meeting. In the morning the PM had talked to the President of Romania Traian Basescu and to the leaders of the Democrat Party.
PM Tariceanu explained: "I sent the recommendation for a commissioner...
Suspended defense minister resigned
Liberal Teodor Atanasiu, the suspended defense minister, announced his resignation yesterday at Victoria Palace, in the very Day of the Army. The President of Romania Traian Basescu had suspended him 44 days before.
Atanasiu mentioned yesterday that he had informed the Romanian PM about his resignation. The ex minister explained he had done the necessary things to prove his innocence, which he succeeded. Still, he claimed, the Romanian President wouldn't...
Politicians say resignation was predictable
Minister Atanasiu's resignation didn't take politicians by surprise. The representatives of all parties claim such a decision was predictable.
Cezar Preda, vice president of the Democrat Party, commented: "Mr. Atanaiu's resignation comes against a background with a predictable end. The management on the budget of the Ministry of Defense calls for very thorough participation in order to carry out the military equipment programmes Romania subscribed...
Conservatives drop parliamentary motion dead
The parliamentary motion the PC (Conservative Party) initiated in order to dismiss the UDMR (Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania) leader Marko Bela survived one single day, as the initiators had to give it up yesterday. On Tuesday they had announced triumphantly about their grounds to open motion against Marko Bela, as 57 deputies from their own party, the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) and the PRM ("Great Romania" Party), had joined them.
POLITICS - In Brief
PSD needs a charismatic and skilful leader
In his interview to ZIUA, Ion Iliescu, formerly a president of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party), opines the PSD needs a leader both charismatic and skilful, just as the new officials will have to make the party credible again.
The ex president admits the PSD has lost much of its power and is not ready to rule at present. Iliescu describes Vanghelie's decision to summon a meeting of Bucharest Social-Democrats when Oprescu was abroad...
LATEST - In Brief
Government consents to national security laws
The Romanian government consented in yesterday's meeting to the new national security law projects, after having postponed such a decision several times, as the Ministry of Justice hadn't approved of the projects. According to PM Tariceanu, yesterday they agreed on a version convenient to all Cabinet members, as disputes had been settled last Friday.
The legislative set is now to get consent from the Supreme Council for National...
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