Nr. 3913 de miercuri, 25 aprilie 2007
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A new challenge from my colleague Victor Roncea, who has decided to continue to work for ZIUA, makes me write this editorial. He claims that the point persuading him into joining Basescu's side, which he did both as journalist and leader of the Civic Media, is the relation between communism and anticommunism. Probably like many others, Roncea is sincerely displeased that Iliescu's men are back to Cotroceni Palace, 17 years after the Revolution, in which times some...
-- The Parliament is working on the suspension of Romanian President Basescu for an indefinite period of time. The parliamentary majority passed yesterday a decision by which the Parliament reserves the right to decide on Traian Basescu's fate after the referendum, in case the Constitutional Court doesn't validate it.
Voiculescu admitted it yesterday that Basescu might become subject to regular suspension every 3 months until his mandate would be over. His view is the same of the...
Parliamentary regime ahead of Romania
-- The PSD (Social-Democrat Party) and the PNL (National Liberal Party) are preparing a decorative part for Traian Basescu to play. Two separate teams of Liberals and Social-Democrats have started to work on a project to modify the Constitution so that in Romania there will function a parliamentary regime, parliamentary sources claim.
The PSD jurists were to meet yesterday evening to draw a plan on the modifications wanted. Both the PSD and the PNL have...
Ex Justice minister thinks about immigrating
-- Monica Macovei, formerly a Minister of Justice in the Romanian government, told the Dutch daily NRC Handelsblad a few days ago that she was thinking about leaving the country. The shocking news is her statement that the PD (Democrat Party) asked her to stand by Traian Basescu, whereas she was considering her own immigration.
The Dutch journalist recounts his encounter with Monica Macovei in a Bucharest coffee shop, when the ex...
EUobserver: Romania's backlash to kleptocracy
In an EUobserver report titled as mentioned above and authored by Valentina Pop, Romania is depicted as still in deep connections with its Communist past, given the conduct of ex Communist party's politicians, who take efforts to prevent the reforms started two years ago.
The coalition sticking to the Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu is perceived as a group willing to abuse any democratic means to pursue undemocratic goals such as the...
Voronin's plan comes out
-- The European community has now learnt about a new plan of Moscow's to keep troops in the Moldovan Republic, allegedly supported by Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin. Diplomats' Moscow-Chishinau trips have intensified these days and the reactivation of the Kozak plan to federalize the Moldovan Republic seems truer than ever.
Secret agreement between Voronin and Moscow officials
EU diplomats are now trying to check on information claiming the Moldovan Republic...
LATEST - In Brief
'Evidence' against Basescu to reach CNSAS
-- Romanian Conservatives have announced intention to provide the CNSAS (National Council for Research on the Communist Secret Service Archive) with "evidence and documents showing that Traian Basescu was involved in the Communist political police" (...)
Dan Voiculescu, leader of the Conservatives and a collaborator of the Communist political police himself, argues: "We will bring the man in charge of Basescu, the man the latter would inform...
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