Nr. 4214 de sambata, 19 aprilie 2008
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Mysterious no. 2
One reason why the Bucharest mayor election is so important is the fact that the results will effect on the making of a future government, therefore a true apple of discord by the end of 2008 and the early 2009. In an indirect, but decisive manner, the one to be elected a general mayor of Bucharest can influence the odds of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) or the PD-L (Democrat-Liberal Party) to get leadership over the Senate. The president of the Senate will be no. 2...
PNL and AP collaborate to hog right
The PNL (National Liberal Party) president Calin Popescu Tariceanu and the AP (Popular Alliance) leader Emil Constantinescu signed yesterday a protocol on the two groups' collaboration. A ceremony followed and a Congress on the PNL-AP collaboration was summoned. The ex President of Romania Emil Constantinescu announced his withdrawal from politics and involvement in civil society instead.
The PNL leader argued as follows: "In the last 4 years the...
PD-L victory hypotheses: Basescu's governments
Any hypothesis on the future government's structure starts from the certitude that Traian Basescu will appoint a PM from the PD-L (Democrat-Liberal Party), which he has mentioned in all his public statements. The head of state is convinced the PD-L will win in elections, even if getting a score disallowing the party to be the only political group represented in the government. His hopes come from the fact that polls rate the PD-L first. The...
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UDMR under assail
The political parties in Romania have elaborated an alliance strategy to counter the potential of the UDMR (Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania) and the PCM (Civic Magyar Party) in those regions where Magyar inhabitants prevail.
Even if the PSD (Social-Democrat Party), the PD-L (Democrat-Liberal Party) and the PNL (National Liberal Party) are at war with each other, their local representatives in Covasna, Mures and Satu Mare proceeded to protocols on...
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UNESCO evaluates Oradea and Arad
A team of UNESCO experts is visiting Oradea and Arad these days in order to identify the buildings and sites to join the world heritage list. The two Romanian districts intend to apply to the UNESCO world heritage, given the buildings and sites of special importance they house. According to Mihai Groza, a mayor of Oradea, both cities, which developed in tandem in 1900-1914, are standing great odds to achieve this.
Bernd von Droste, UNESCO consultant,...
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Ukraine's Foreign Affairs Ministry asks Romanian ambassdor for explanations
The President of Romania Traian Basescu has recently made some statements on territories in southern Ukraine, which has inflamed spirits in the latter country. The Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Ministry has summoned the Romanian ambassador for explanations on "the autehticity of the statements published by the press". The Foreign Ministry also wants to learn Romania's official view on it.
In last Thursdy's...
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