Nr. 3998 de vineri, 3 august 2007
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A nation can be respected if it respects itself. Respect for its greatest personalities, those who made its history and identity, is one extent of it.
As far as we are concerned, it isn't always so, unfortunately. It may be painful and, furthermore, it may be a clue showing the level of civilization and maturity reached by our society. This is what counts in the international eye first. Then there count the other components of the definition: political, economic,...
An energy tax for Europe
George W. Bush's disastrous war in Iraq has put Europe in a bind. The United States long has been Europe's protector. Now, because of a war it wanted no part of, Europe finds its security undermined.
Chaos in Iraq has empowered Iran - a much more dangerous country for Europe than Iraq ever was. And, with America bogged down in Iraq, Russian President Vladimir Putin has resurrected Soviet-style bullying tactics. Would Russia otherwise have dared to threaten...
Patriarch's doctor: He had urinary infection, there should have been no surgery
The Patriarch Teoctist would have survived, claimed his personal doctor, the man who had taken care of the Church official for two decades. Nicolae Ursea is a Ph.D. in medical sciences a GP and an expert in nephrology. He claims the doctor heading the team who performed the surgery on the Patriarch Teoctist had lied to him about the latter's state of health, at times when it was more than critical.
The Democrats recommend that the 6 prefects suspended last Wednesday should sue the government for the respective decision. The government explained the decision by invoking the principle of mobility within the body of high civil servants, the prefects part of this body. The norms are included in the recently adopted government decision 341/ 2007. The government no longer dismissed the 6, but appointed them in other positions.
In January 2005 the PD (Democrat Party)...
POLITICS - In Brief
Basescu and PD regress
Did parliamentary elections take place next Sunday, the PD (Democrat Party) would get 43% of votes and the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) would reach only 17%, according to the latest opinion poll by IMAS, accomplished in July 8-17.
According to the research, the PNL (National Liberal Party) would get 11% and the PNG (New Generation Party) would reach 10%. 5% of Romania's electors would vote for the UDMR (Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania) and 5%...
LATEST - In Brief
Romania asked to send troops to Sudan
Romanian received a solicitation to sent troops to Darfur, Sudan. Unofficial sources say it comes from French authorities.
Romanian military experts are now analyzing the solicitation. Depending on the financial resources available and the international mission commitments the Ministry of Defense has got, a technical report is to be sent to the Supreme Council for National Defenses so that a political decision will be made.
LATEST - In Brief
Romanian soldier injured in Afghanistan
A Romanian soldier was injured while on mission in Afghanistan. According to the Romanian Ministry of Defense, Sergeant Ionel Sorinel Berchetaru suffered an abdomen lesion.
The incident took place last Wednesday at 4: 45 p.m. Andreea Dumitru, a spokeswoman for the Romanian ministry, says "the soldier was on observation mission when three bombshells fell close to him, a few kilometers away from the base". The doctors in the Qalat hospital...
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