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Who does Romania's land belong to?
This is a question our political heads and Supreme Council for National Defense should have pondered on by now. But they haven't done it, although at stake is a vital matter of national security, on which feasible development strategies greatly depend. Of course we should care about the Moldovan Republic's fate, get actively involved in the Atlantic destiny of Ukraine or Georgia or wish to become strong leaders in the region of that Russian lake called...
European Commission to investigate on the Romanian starved to death in Poland
The death of Romanian Claudiu Crulic in Poland, after 4 month of hunger strike in prison, is about to cause a tremendous scandal. The European Commission is going to investigate the case, as announced yesterday by spokesman Johannes Laitenberger. The latter official also informed that the EU commissioners would be back with details after the inquiry was over.
The 33-year old Romanian died last January in the...
Foreign Ministry doesn't care about Romanians abroad
Romanian politicians have criticized the mumbling uttered by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to explain about Claudiu Crulic, the Romanian who died in Poland. Cristian Diaconescu, a spokesman for the Social-Democrat Party in Romania, points to the ministry's inactivity, claiming foreign minister Adrian Cioroianu must resign.
Rep.: Why do you think foreign minister Adrian Cioroianu should resign?
C.D.: A European citizen...
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Romanian PM is fed-up with foreign minister
Yesterday the Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu didnn't even allow Romania's foreign minister Adrian Cioroianu to speak up and explain the latest bricks he had dropped during the NATO summit in Bucharest.
Liberal sources claim: "The PM cut Ciorianu's zeal short, but in an elegant manner. The foreign minister wanted to speak up during the meeting of the Central Political Commitee of the National Liberal Party. The guy is kind of...
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Zambaccian case is invalid
The Zambaccian case with the ex Romanian PM Adrian Nastase charged with corruption is going to be returned to the National Anti-Corruption Department so that the criminal inquiry will be proceeded to all over again. Investigators will have to elaborate the procedure documents again, this time in keeping with the ministerial responsibility law. The decision the 9 judges in the court reached yesterday is final.
The charged's lawyer demanded the supreme...
POLITICS - In Brief
Marian Vanghelie, a president of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) branch in Bucharest, has got a surprise in store for the top party members: quit his candidacy in the Bucharest general mayor election and announce full support for Miron Mitrea's candidacy instead. Sorin Oprescu seems to be out of race for good, as Ion Iliescu's side has failed to promote its approach.
On the other hand, it is to be mentioned the opinion poll ordered by the PSD president...
ECONOMICS - In Brief
Fitch estimates Romania is more vulnerable to potential risks
According to the Fitch rating agency, in 2007 Romania was one of the states with the highest level of vulnerability to the risks involved in the banking system, because of the too fast growth of creditation and the oscillating currency exchange rate, The Money Channel announces. There was also the fact the inflation grew significantly last year, thus intensifying the risks for Romania's economic stability and for...
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