Nr. 3892 de joi, 29 martie 2007
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Nerves put through the test
When I finished writing this column yesterday, public opinion was eager to learn the final structure of Tariceanu's new government or at least some details, more precise than the doubting estimations expressed in the last days, based on some pieces of information. ZIUA managed to sketch a new government by rather permissive approximation. There are explanations of both objective and subjective nature to this painful waiting. How long will is last? Here is my...
Stormy CSAT meeting to take place
-- The political tension effecting from the death of the Liberal-Democrat Alliance will be prevailing over this year's first meeting of the CSAT (Supreme Council for National Defense). The President of Romania Traian Basescu and PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu are going to share the same table today and talk to each other, which hasn't happened lately. Today's agenda is crammed and stormy debate will probably take place, given the hot issues to be raised.
Political crisis harms Romanian economy
-- The ongoing political conflict has been harming Romanian economy, some analysts claim. But there are also experts who think political arguments aren't effecting on economy substantially.
Last Tuesday the Hilton Hotel in Bucharest housed a debate tacking the political crisis's influence on Romanian economy. Bucharest Club, organizer of the event, is a think tank made up of personalities from the academia, politics, economics and media. The Club wants...
Liberals seek PSD support
-- Romanian Liberals are after persuading Ion Iliescu and Viorel Hrebenciuc into supporting a Liberal minority government. But the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) is waiting for a sign from PM Tariceanu.
The latter decided to announce the new government to be made of representatives of the PNL (National Liberal Party) and the UDMR (Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania) on Friday. The Parliament is to decide on the new Cabinet early next week.
Liberal sources claim...
POLITICS - In Brief
International Herald Tribune: Romania has reverted to Balkan politics
Less then three months after Romania's accession to the EU the governing alliance is about to collapse, the International Herald Tribune reported yesterday. There is quoted the Romanian PM's announcement that the state was "witnessing the death" of the Liberal-Democrat Alliance. There is also mentioned that Monica Macovei, Romania's Minister of Justice and a fighter against corruption, is about to be dismissed...
LATEST - In Brief
Guilty and liar
-- The Superior Council of Magistracy sanctioned prosecutor Ciprian Nastasiu for the part he had played in the release of terrorist Omar Hayssam. Ciprian Nastasiu is guilty of "interference meant to reach solutions beyond the legislation set for all citizens to obey". He is also accused of "interference in another prosecutor's activity, evil intentions or severe carelessness and break of procedure norms".
The remote-controlled prosecutor now with 15% salary penalty...
BREAKING NEWS (-In Brief)
A lost (e-mailed) letter
-- Adviser to the Romanian president, Adriana Saftoiu, resigned yesterday night following a scandal caused by an e-mail against former presidential adviser Elena Udrea (now member of the Democrat Party) and addressed to Democrat Minister of Internal Affairs Vasile Blaga.
Adriana Saftoiu was the last one "to leave the boat", the only presidential adviser Traian Basescu was having (out of the initial 11, all well-known Romanian personalities). According...
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