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Bucharest isn't Paris
Nicolas Sarkozy's short visit to Bucharest emphasized once again the old cliches about sister France, Little Paris and the two people's common fate. What seemed to me uncommon was the obstinate search for common points between our President and theirs. They have claimed both President are strongly witted politicians using unconventional manners, authoritative leaders appealing to people. It has been highlighted that both of them are intensely courting Washington....
Gaz de France to join Nabucco
The President of Romania Traian Basescu and the President of France Nicolas Sarkosy signed yesterday a strategic partnership mainly on nuclear energy, gas and weapon industry. The French state-owned company Gaz de France is going to join the Nabucco project and Romania is going to be a supporter for the French company, as announced by the Romanian President. He claimed his meeting with the head of France had political substance, as the two agreed on several...
Romania ratifies Lisbon Treaty
The Parliament of Romania ratified the Lisbon treaty on the EU reform yesterday to thus stress the official visit paid by the President of France Nicolas Sarkozy.
Romania is now the fourth state to pass the document, after Hungary, Slovenia and Malta. PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu described the moment as more than ceremonial for the state of Romania, for the first time signing a treaty as member state.
The Romanian PM mentioned the benefits of the treaty...
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Greenpeace demonstrators get to police station in Bucharest
A group of Greenpeace activists climbed the Arch of Triumph in Bucharest yesterday, wishing to welcome the President of France Nicolas Sarkozy and also to ask him to ban genetically modified corn. But the public security forces at the place got the group down and took all the legal measures. The Greenpeace activists wanted to demand the Romanian government to take France ax example as far as this is concerned. So they...
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The CNSAS (National Council for Research on the Communist Secret Service Archive) is going to continue its activity, but the members may no longer reach verdicts until the Parliament elaborates a new law. The institution isn't going to become subordinate to the government and it will keep the present premises, just as the archive is going to stay there.
These are the conclusions reached yesterday in the between the Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu and...
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European Commission: Romanian Justice reform is unconvincing
Just as I have been announcing, the European Commission's intermediary report on the state of Romanian Justice is a carefully mixed document with praising and practical criticism, meant to warn Romanian authorities about the fields still problematic, while waiting for the final evaluation due in June.
The document argues the Commission is aware of Romania's efforts to elaborate a detailed action...
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