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Scandal exported
Civil society has heard Traian Basescu's appeal and there has followed perfect mobilization both for and against him. Naturally, citizens interested in politics take involvement and respond, which is just a clue that the rule of law works.
The problem emerges when the perfect mobilization takes a form intensely used in national history: informing the high rulers. But this was acceptable as long as the national rulers were only with mandate from the Padeshah, under...   (29 afisari)
Offensive against suspended President
The anti-Basescu coalition has taken action by starting demonstrations against the suspended President. The PSD (Social-Democrat Party) criticized the latter for having changed his mind about resignation, although he had announced he would do it in 5 minutes the latest after the Parliament's vote for his suspension. According to the PSD leader, there will follow a moderate campaign, but there already are clues that both sides will be vehement.
Calin...   (28 afisari)
Brussels spirits get hot because Basescu was suspended
Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, president of the European Socialists, summoned the EPP president Wilfried Martens to put an end to the support for Traian Basescu, Romania's suspended President, and take the Bucharest Parliament's democratic vote as such. It was the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) who provided the information by press release.
In the latter document Rasmussen is claimed to have said: "I believe it to be extremely strange that Wilfried...   (25 afisari)
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NATO Summit to take place in Romania in the spring of 2008
The NATO Summit scheduled for the spring of 2008 is going to take place in Bucharest, capital of Romania. Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, the Alliance's general secretary, announced it in yesterday's press conference during the Oslo informal reunion of foreign ministers of NATO states.
The NATO official's announcement was preceded by controversial reports claiming that a decision on it would be postponed because of the evolution...   (34 afisari)
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Pope won't attend Ecumenical Reunion in Sibiu
Pope Benedict XVI is not going to attend the 3rd Ecumenical Reunion to take place in Sibiu, this year's European City of Culture, Romania, next September. Hungarian Cardinal Erdo Peter, a president of the Council of European Episcopal Conferences, has recently announced it.
According to the Cardinal, the Pontiff will be represented in the event by a letter or video recording. He has explained that the Pontiff is to be at the Holy...   (42 afisari)
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Financial Times: Brussels officials point to Romanian corruption
Great Britain and France have demanded Brussels for tougher attitude at Romania and Bulgaria because of the "serious" corruption in these new member states, according to the report in yesterday's edition of the Financial Times, titled "'Serious' corruption sparks Brussels showdown".
There is also mentioned that Sweden and the Netherlands have expressed fear that the European Commission isn't keeping the promise...   (28 afisari)
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Commander player
While a ship commander, Traian Basescu was suspected to be the origin of fire on several ships harbored in Rouen, France, on the Seine in 1982.
The fresh commander of the "Arges" ship prevented investigators' access aboard until deleting the traces. He explained: "We changed something on the device before allowing French authorities access aboard, which made our guilt impossible to prove." Basescu lied to the French, but not to the ex Securitate (Communist...   (25 afisari)
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