Nr. 3960 de miercuri, 20 iunie 2007
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Basescu fails and blames it on Moscow
President Basescu's play is dangerous for Romania. It is only Moscow that can take advantage of his playing with fire, because Moscow is interested in a destabilized Romania.
President Basescu's policy is actually irresponsibility. As far as politics is concerned, he is after destroying the parliamentary system, the very essence of democracy, and exterminating a historical party such as the PNL (National Liberal Party), the true rightwing, the...
President wants no Russian troops in Transdniestria
During yesterday's GUAM summit the President of Romania Traian Basescu expressed concern about initiatives to reinterpret some international treaties, such as the one on conventional troops in Europe. The Romanian official pleaded for the withdrawal of Russian troops from Transdniestria and for international troops to be fetched instead.
But Vladimir Voronin, President of the Moldovan Republic, didn't miss the opportunity to offend Romania...
Disabled Romanians are not at all managing. Although the Constitution has it that citizens are equal in their relations with the law and public authorities, without privileges and discrimination, there are enough cases of severely discriminated disabled. The difficulties such people have to face sometimes go beyond what a human being is able to put up with. Still they manage to survive.
A disabled Romanian has to struggle to survive each and every day. As if the disability...
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Liberals want to postpone elections of MEPs
PM Tariceanu and the vice presidents of the PNL (National Liberal Party) had a secret meeting in Victoria Palace on Monday evening with the two foreign advisers, Arthur Finkelstein and Tal Silberstein. Liberal sources say that, "given the disastrous score of the PNL in opinion polls", the Romanian PM promised to do his best to postpone the elections of MEPs in Romania. The foreign advisers reproached him and the PNL leaders for not...
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Law on access to information of public interest promulgated
The President of Romania promulgated yesterday the law on free access to information of public interest. The document settles the declassification of some privatization contracts, Presidency announces.
In the law there is mentioned: "Public authorities and institutions have got the obligation to make available to those interested in it the privatization contracts signed after the present law has come into force."...
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Retired protested for larger pensions
Members of Romanian retired unions protested yesterday in front of the government building in Bucharest and also in front of City Halls in several localities to ask for pension raise to reach 45% of the lowest wages in Romania. They also asked for social support funds, discount for medicine and more.
Even if they talked to the minister of labor, the Romanian retired got only a promise that they would meet with the PM and the health minister...
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Defense minister denies Romanian-Russian training
Liberal Teodor Melescanu, a Romanian minister of defense, mentioned yesterday that he had not proposed common Romanian-Russian military training and that the France Presse journalist might have misunderstood him. He argued: "I wasn't interviewed. But it's true I talked to a journalist on the stairs." The defense minister added he didn't think this to be deliberate misinterpretation, but just a misunderstanding.
And he insisted:...
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