Nr. 4177 de vineri, 7 martie 2008
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A family curse
Political alliances is an issue striking back to public attention. First, because this is an electoral year and secondly because it is already obvious that, after parliamentary elections, no party will have that parliamentary majority needed to make a one-party government. Romanian society is much too split between the right and the left. No matter the party to win elections, its government will not be validated by the Parliament unless the winner proceeds to a system of...
Paradise of organs
Romania is on the map of the trafficking in organs meant for transplant and the country is thought to be one of the most important providers. But Romania has been facing a shortage of organs for years now, as there is a great need of transplants, but the offer is very poor. Right now there are waiting lists that include several years.
But in the meantime in the country there has been developing a black market selling organs. Prices vary between 7,000 Euro and 15,000...
Romanians' frustrations and complexes are visible
While in Brussels, Bogdan Olteanu, a president of the Chamber of Deputies in the Romanian Parliament, develops upon Romania's position in the EU.
Rep.: Let us start from an idea in a press release sent to Strasbourg by your colleague, Mrs. Adina Valean, a leader of the group of Romanian lberal Euro-deputies. She is claiming that, after a year of full right membership in the EU, Romania has failed to be remarked for something, to put itself...
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Report on Romanians in Timoc
The German deputy Jurgen Hermann is the author of a thorough report on the breaking of the rights of those Romanians living in Serbia, which he sent to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. The document focuses on the situation of the Romanian minority in Timoc Valley and it reports on breaks of rights such as education, religious service and mass-media in the mother tongue for the Romanians in Eastern Serbia. On the other hand, there...
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