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Mysterious mister Oprescu
Lots of political analysts and representatives of political parties are wondering why a seeming outsider, that is doctor Sorin Oprescu, is best rated in polls, standing the greatest chance to win an important electoral competition and become a general mayor of Bucharest. After all, why is it so? And what will the final results look like? Who will conquer Romania's second electorate, that is the Bucharest inhabitants? And who will become the second official in...
Foreign minister proceeds to changes
About one month after he was appointed Romania's foreign minister, Lazar Comanescu held his first meeting with the press yesterday, announcing major changes of the ministry's look. So he announced the first staff modifications to be operated and also a correction of the measures ordered in the case of Romanian Daniel Crulic, who had died in a Cracow hospital early this year, because of having starved himself to death to protest against being arrested...
Suicide strikes Romanian teenagers
The number of suicides and suicide attempts is on the rise with young Romanians. There have lately been several cases to shake public opinion deeply. The reasons for it vary from failing love affairs and mental disturbances. There are also reasons such as no communication and, more recently, the 'Emo' movement.
Severel cases occured in the last two months. The most dramatic is the one that took place in the locality of Poarta Alba, the district of Constanta,...
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Italians willing to pay Roma to leave children home
Italian authorities are willing to give money to keep the Roma from Romania as far from their country as possible. So they are ready to give financial support on condition the Roma leave their children in Romania. According to La Repubblica, the money would be sent to the underage left in Romania by their Roma parents in Italy. (...)
A recent poll on Romanian immigrants and their image in Italy, authored by the Agency for...
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High school graduation exam may reach court
High school seniors who are to take their graduation exam this summer may sue the Romanian Ministry of Education, because the Romanian literature exam topics are not in keeping with the syllabus. ZIUA has recently reported that students are to face topics asking them to develop upon texts by Jonathan Scheele or fragments from the Tismaneanu report, the National Pact on Education and the Guide for Romanian Citizens in the EU. As for the...
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Parliament scares CNSAS
As they fear Romanian politicians want to dismember the CNSAS (National Council for Research on the Communist Secret Service Archive), the latter institution's members would not bother the former, choosing to turn into an opaque structure instead. Although there is a Romanian government ordinance settling that the CNSAS members' meetings are public and the voting is overt, this is kept under a lock.
It is so because of the interpretation by the CNSAS...
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