Nr. 4098 de miercuri, 28 noiembrie 2007
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The split of the Romanian political class is continuing. It means, on the one hand, a serious threat against small parties and, on the other hand, a chance for the parties hanging on in the Parliament. They will find themselves more and more courted for future talks on reaching the government. But it is not only the split that threatens such small parties. There is also the approach of market research institutes, always willing to sacrifice small parties' images by showing...
Richest Romanians own as much as 27% of GDP
The "Capital", a Romanian review, released yesterday the 2007 edition of the "Top 300. The Richest Romanians", showing spectacular changes in the hierarchy of the richest Romanians. As compared to last year's top, there are 7 more billionaires and about a third of those in the top aren't even 50. Taken together, the fortunes of these 300 Romanians reach about $ 33,5 billion, 50% more than in 2006, meaning 27% of Romania's GDP.
PRM, PNG and PC still on stage
Last Sunday's Euro-election has proved that, for the time being, parties like the PRM ("Greater Romania" Party), the PNG (New Generation Party) and the PC (Conservative Party) lack a European call. Still the results they will reach in general elections can be totally different.
The three parties' failure comes mainly from their electorate's disinterest in European matters. According to sociological research, the supporters of the PRM and the PNG make...
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Cotroceni Commission goes extinct
From now on the head of state may ask for criminal investigations against a former or present member of the Romanian government, without needing a report by the special Cotroceni Commission, a report that was only consultative anyway.
The Constitutional Court decided yesterday to dismember this Commission due to the decision that the norms on ministerial responsibility as included in the Ministerial Responsibility Law were unconstitutional,...
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Foreign minister drops one more brick
While in Spain these days as a member of the official delegation headed by the President of Romania Traian Basescu, the Romanian foreign minister Adrian Cioroianu dropped a new brick. He forgot about etiquette and showed King Juan Carlos the "good point" sign.
Last week while in Brussels minister Cioroianu attended the "Cultural Merit" award ceremony, when Prince Matei Cantacuzino was awarded the architecture prize. The head of Romanian...
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President Basescu takes interest in Romanians in Spain
While talking to the mayor of Madrid yesterday, the President of Romania Traian Basescu promised support for the Romanian-Spanish cooperation to counter the crimes committed by some Romanians in Spain.
The President argued: "The sources of such criminality are a minority, but this is visible. I wouldn't want things to resemble the situation in Italy: the negative image coming from Romanian criminals to effect on the...
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