Nr. 4069 de joi, 25 octombrie 2007
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The Constitution, toilet paper for Romania's President
Had ex President Ion Iliescu done a quarter of what today's President has done, civil society would have been intrigued. But the organizations that used to be very active can't see or hear the aberration coming from Cotroceni Palace these days. They are still at war with the ex President Ion Iliescu, although his break of the Constitution was a piece of cake as compared to President Basescu's breaks.
The President's conduct reminds...
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Black Sea can found Europe again
Pat Cox, a president of the International European Movement and formerly a president of the Parliament of Europe, is visiting Romania these days to talk to numerous officials.
His visit is related to the Bucharest conference by the International European Move, due in November 28-30. The event is to tackle the new European neighborhood policy and synergy in the Black Sea region. Guests from Belorussia, Ukraine, the Moldovan Republic, Armenia,...
Two polls in two different places
The election of MEPs and the referendum on the uninominal vote are to take place in the same day, but in different places, which asks for double efforts with view to preparations and, not last, for extra costs, as the government announced yesterday. Those Romanians who will want to vote in the scrutiny for the Parliament of Europe and in the President's referendum too will have to go to two different poll stations in November 25.
The costs of the referendum...
Education laws postponed
Just one day before the launch of the project set of education laws, Marko Bela, a leader of the UDMR (Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania), asked the Romanian education minister Cristian Adomnitei for radical changes in the education for the Magyar community. The minister dismissed the claims, but the launch of the project was anyway postponed till after the election on MEPs, on grounds that the time was not right for thorough debate.
Because of a risk such...
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Networks of interests within the EU are fighting to get to control the OLAF, the powerful institution watching community funds, an institution subordinate to Barroso's European Commission.
The political battle in Romania, targeted at control over the DNA (National Anti-Corruption Department), has therefore got a European pattern. In a 100-page report, MEP Paul Van Buitenen is pointing to the fishy reelection of Franz-Hermann Bruner to head the OLAF, despite...
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