Nr. 3897 de miercuri, 4 aprilie 2007
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The government is dead! Long live the government!
The D.A. ("Truth and Justice") Alliance has passed away. Various people's allegations on it are just juridical whims or reflections regarding the electorate's psychology. The Alliance is broken to pieces and the authors of the disaster keep on blaming each other, in order to save what can still be saved from what the orange revolution once meant.
As for myself, I have no doubt. Traian Basescu is the author of the Alliance's failure....
Parliament validates new Cabinet
The Romanian PM's new Cabinet got consent from the Parliament yesterday. 303 MPs voted for it and only 27 were against the new team. Parliamentarians representing the PD (Democrat Party) and the PLD (Liberal Democrat Party) left the room when the voting started. The PM announced his team was interested in billion Euro politics, but not in cheap scandals. His spurring speech was altered by the Social-Democrats claims in exchange to their support for the new...
Foreign press mourns Macovei's leave
The international press has been carefully watching the political evolution in Bucharest. The articles published yesterday focus on two ideas: the elimination of Monica Macovei from the Romanian government, which makes EU authorities worry, and standstill reforms, which may get Romania under the safeguard clauses imposed at the time of accession.
International Herald Tribune: Macovei, the crusading minister
In an International Herald Tribune report...
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Romanian Conservatives' leader charged with money laundry
The DNA (National Anti-Corruption Department) has opened criminal investigations against Dan Voiculescu, a president of the Conservative Party in Romania, charged with money laundry.
His daughter Camelia Voiculescu is also charged with money laundry and signing faked documents. Conservative George Copos, formerly a vice PM, has also been charged with involvement in auction with faked offers, fraud, signing faked documents...
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Ex Securitate member is Constitutional Court judge
According to the verdict the CNSAS (National Council for Research on the Communist Secret Service Archive) reached a few months ago, judge Aspazia Cojocaru, a member of the Constitutional Court in Romania, was involved in political police activities.
Cozmin Gusa, a leader of the National Initiative Party, has claimed that Constitutional Court judge Kozsokar Gabor was a member of the ex Securitate (Communist Secret Service...
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Kiev officials get on Bucharest officials' nerves for love of Bastroe canal
The Bastroe shipping canal is to open again on April 29-30. Nikolai Rudikovsky, a Ukrainian transport minister, announced it yesterday, opining the canal was of strategic importance to Ukraine, consolidating its transit potential, one of the highest in Europe.
Sources from the state-owned Delta Lotman Company have told the RBK-Ukraine that the deepening operations are about to be over and they will...
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