Nr. 4080 de miercuri, 7 noiembrie 2007
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Mr. Cioroianu's Romania
The Romanian foreign minister's public statements are representative of Romania's official view. Mr. Cioroianu's words have been taken seriously abroad and analyzed as such, although they have been criticized and mocked at home, causing indignation and absolutely motivated protests. Or how can there be dialogue with a state, unless you start from the idea that Romania's most important institutional actor in foreign affairs expresses the Romanian message?
President Basescu wants EU project on Roma people
The President of Romania Traian Basescu said on TVR last Monday that there was need of an EU project on the Roma people, since it was the Roma-origin citizens who caused most problems in the Diaspora. He argued: "Of course we all have got Romanian citizenship. But we must admit that it is the Roma-origin Romanian citizens who cause the greatest problems."
The President emphasized he was reproaching neither the Romani Criss NGO nor the...
Italy to expel groups of Romanians
Surprise for the Romanians who committed crimes in Italy is almost ready. Over 800 people are now targeted by the authorities analyzing the means to expel them. There is a list of about 800 Romanians likely to be expelled because of committing crimes in Italy. If the Italian political institutions consent to it, the Romanians on the list will be analyzed separately and a decision will be reached for every case.
Italian judicial sources...
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Foreign Intelligence Service knows nothing
Romanian intelligence officials say they couldn't foresee the crimes committed by the Roma-origin Romanians in Italy would lead to a situation as explosive as now. The SIE (Foreign Intelligence Service) led by deputy chief Silviu Predoiu is trying to stay away from the latest Romanian-Italian scandal by hiding behind the fact that the murder committed by Romanian gypsy Romulus Mailat is of criminal nature, therefore not in their attributions.
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Royal Family of Serbia and Yugoslavia visited Peles Castle
The Royal Family of Serbia, namely Prince Alexander II of Serbia and Yugoslavia together with his wife, Her Royal Highness Princess Ecaterina, are the guests of the Romanian Royal Family these days. (...) One of the objectives they visited yesterday was the Royal Castle in Sinaia.
Prince Alexander, born in exile, is the grandniece of Queen Mary, just like Princess Margareta of Romania. The Royal Family of Serbia returned...
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Referendum and Euro-election day still under dispute
The President of Romania Traian Basescu decided yesterday to ask for a revision of the modification on the referendum law, which led to juridical disputes. It is about the amendment authored by Social Democrat Mihai Nicolicea, according to which the election of MEPs and a referendum may not take place the same day.
Some MPs claim the President is breaking the Constitution by his request that one law should be revised a...
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