Nr. 3966 de miercuri, 27 iunie 2007
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This saddening face called Romania
During the EU summit on the new constitutional treaty I felt as humiliated as I hadn't felt for a long time. Romania's participation was national shame, like sad supernumerary carrying Germany's dress train. It was embarrassingly impersonal. An embarrassing picture showing what actress Oana Pellea calls Romanica ('small Romania').
Humiliation was greater in contrast with Poland, a country turning from a satellite of the USSR into an elite player...
Russia wants Balkans and Black Sea back
Everyone knows we have taken particular interest in the Balkans and the Black Sea region, President Putin said it during the recent BSEC (Black Sea Economic Cooperation) summit. Russia has thus reiterated its interest in the above-mentioned region, outlining the traditional nature of it. The announcement on Russia's comeback to the Balkans goes together with projects to build energy routes to counter absolutely all EU initiatives to reach alternative...
Foreign minister denies having been humiliated at US border
According to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Romania's foreign minister Adrian Cioroianu was not under security checks when entering or exiting the US. The institution denies the information in yesterday's ZIUA report. But ZIUA sources still claim the checks took place.
In June 15, 2007, Octavian Andronic authored an article in "Buna Ziua Brasov" providing the following information: "When entering the US territory,...
President demands depoliticization of TVR
In the letter he wrote to the presidents of the two Parliament Chambers yesterday, the President of Romania Traian Basescu invokes "the parliamentary majority's wisdom" and asks them to depoliticize the public television network. President Basescu also expresses opposition to the appointing of Alexandru Sassu, an executive secretary for political marketing of the Social-Democrat Party, as future general president of the TVR (Romanian Public Television...
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New Constitution wanted
A group of Romanian intellectuals wrote an Appeal for a New Constitution, claiming there is need of "a new constitutional order" to "enshrine and settle the reality of the third republic". Catalin Avramescu, Andrei Cornea, Gabriel Liiceanu, Mircea Mihaies, Horia-Roman Patapievici, Andrei Plesu, Vladimir Tismaneanu si Traian Ungureanu author the initiative.
The initiators of the document argue: "Together with a significant part of the public, we are...
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Minister Cristian David used the government's Control Department against Romania in order to protect some lawbreaking Italian investors.
The fraud privatization of the biggest state-owned land company in Transylvania can't be annulled because of a document made up by the ex head of the Government's Control Department, at present Romania's interior minister.
At the end of 2006 the state of Romania asked the court to annul the process on the privatization...
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Court sentences EVZ liars
Sorin Rosca Stanescu, ZIUA editor-in-chief, won his trial against Evenimentul Zilei daily. The court decided yesterday that the Ringier representation in Romania, editor of the latter daily, was to publish on the newspaper's front page the court verdict sentencing this publication for having published two reports insulting the ZIUA official.
The court also decided that the Ringier would publish the sentence reached yesterday in three more dailies:...
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