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Why we don't need the Tismaneanu report
The Tismaneanu Commission, about to end their activity serving Cotroceni Palace, could have as well not existed. There is no need of 660, 666 or, 1660 pages to condemn communism. The condemnation of the crimes committed by the Communist regime in Romania can be more easily achieved, without wasting so much paper.
The Nuremberg Court model is more than enough. The Nazi regime in Germany was condemned on grounds of a set of clear principles, as...   (66 afisari)
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Superficial job
Vladimir Tismaneanu, head of the presidential commission assigned to draw a report to be the grounds for condemning communism publicly, said in his interview to Mix Fm Radio yesterday that this report condemned communism for being "illegitimate and criminal". Here is his explanation: "This report shows that in contemporary Romania there is being fought a political, cultural and moral battle and that the forces keeping Romania motionless in 1990 are still active." He mentioned...   (52 afisari)
Traian drops a tear for Europe
-- Yesterday the President of Romania Traian Basescu was so touched with the Council of Europe's welcome for newcomers Romania and Bulgaria that he even cried.
He was visibly excited and tearful while reading out this message included in the Council's final report. After the Council sessions ended Basescu and Tariceanu held a common press conference. In the opening President Basescu wanted to read out paragraph 2 in the report. His voice was both trembling and...   (30 afisari)
Borrell: The standards of life will improve very soon
-- The ZIUA reporter in Brussels interviewed Josep Borrell Fontalles, a president of the Parliament of Europe. The journalists expressed his thanks for what the EU official had that far done for Romania, at times decisive for a successful accession to the EU. He asked the official whether he thought Romania to be ready for such status and challenges or not.
The EU official commented Romania had done its homework, although not everything...   (24 afisari)
'Romanian village' in Strasbourg
The President of Romania Traian Basescu reached Strasbourg yesterday afternoon for attending some events part of the Christmas Fair there, with Romania as special guest.
The President is to reach Saint Paul Church and mayor Fabienne Keller is to award him the Strasbourg Medal. The President is also to attend a chamber music concert by the Romanian Radio Orchestra. Famous violin player Silvia Marcovici is to play.
The Romanian President was expected...   (25 afisari)
Watson: We will continue collaboration with Voiculescu's Party and PNL
-- Here are some fragments from the interview of Graham Watson, leader of the Liberal Democrat group in the Parliament of Europe, to the ZIUA reporter in Brussels Cristian Unteanu. (...)
Rep.: Do you think the emergence of this new party in Romania, the Liberal Democrat Party, can jeopardize the government's action or the Liberal move?
G.W.: No, I don't think it can be threat to the Liberal move. Of course we will...   (19 afisari)
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Last minute preparations
Yesterday Leonard Orban, recently elected EU Commissioner for Multilingualism, was expecting the final decision on the components of his future Cabinet, Rompres informs.
According to a statement made in Strasbourg, Orban has already decided on 5 out of the 7 members of his future Cabinet. There are also 2 Romanians to join his team. Although he hasn't provided details, Orban has mentioned he has already decided on his executive, but not on the future...   (24 afisari)
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