Nr. 3869 de vineri, 2 martie 2007
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Except for the EU accession and a real economy growth, an extraordinary large number of unachieved political projects is a feature under the present mandate. For one reason or another, such projects turned to ashes. It is a feature of Presidency first of all, but it also goes for the officials in power and the political opposition. The mere listing of these resounding failures is eloquent. As for the reasons, they are to be blamed on the protagonists, but also on circumstances.
Parliament fails to respond to Basescu
The Parliament failed yesterday to decide on the Romanian President's proposal to arrange referendum on the uninominal vote. Although there were 233 votes for it, coming from members of all the parties, except for the UDMR (Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania) and the PRM ("Greater Romania" Party), 234 were needed for the bill to pass. This is why the Parliament can't respond to the President.
The Parliament's approval of such a referendum is of...
Offside position used
Romanian Liberals are planning to postpone the elections for MEPs until autumn in order to undermine President Basescu's referendum. The move is risky, given the President's attribution to reach a final decision.
Tariceanu's Liberals have been considering it in an attempt to get back the points they have been losing in opinion polls and to belittle the importance of the uninominal vote referendum, which the President of Romania is longing for. PNL (National Liberal...
POLITICS - In Brief
Behold the PSD product!
"I am your product and I won't let you down! (...) I am very temperamental. I am a controversial leader and I want to stay so, if people love me." This is what Marian Vanghelie told the Social-Democrats cheering him last Wednesday.
The mayor made this promise once he learnt he was elected president of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) branch in Bucharest. His birthday gift consisted in 989 votes out of the total number of 1,060. As for the other candidates,...
POLITICS - In Brief
Political crisis scares European Socialists
The leaders of the European Socialist Party decided yesterday in Brussels that the first meeting of the high level group for the Balkans, scheduled to take place in Bucharest in March 20, should be held in another country in this region, because of the political crisis ongoing in Romania. Cristian Diaconescu, a vice president of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party), announced it yesterday after attending the Brussels reunion of European...
LATEST - In Brief
PM is fed up with tourism strategies
Because of the high costs in tourism and the buildings erected in the Danube Delta disobeying the slightest common sense, Romanian tourists prefer spending their holidays in countries such as Greece or Turkey. It will go on unless services improve. This is the opinion the Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu expressed yesterday while attending the first reunion of the committee to evaluate the master plan on the development of Romanian tourism....
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