Nr. 4309 de miercuri, 13 august 2008
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Will Traian Basescu win or lose?
-- As I was saying last week, the change expected to take place in the DNA (National Anti-Corruption Department) is causing political and electoral wrath, which may lead to tough confrontations between Cotroceni Palace and the others. This may even harm the EPP politically involved in this Bucharest conflict via the European Commission. This is a game calling for at least five moves on the political chessboard. One of these moves will reach very far, it...
Russia crosses the line
In weeks and years past, each of us has argued that Russia was pursuing a policy of regime change toward Georgia and its pro-Western, democratically elected president, Mikheil Saakashvili. We predicted that, absent strong and unified Western diplomatic involvement, war was coming.
Now, tragically, an escalation of violence in South Ossetia has culminated in a full-scale Russian invasion of Georgia. The West, especially the United States, could have prevented...
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Romania to provide humanitarian assistance to Georgia
The Supreme Council for National Defense (CSAT) decided yesterday that Romania would provide Georgia with humanitarian assistance, upon the request expressed last Monday by the Georgian government. Romania is once again demanding all sides to prove a sense of responsibility and cease hostilities at once so that there can follow talks to fetch peace and stability to the region.
Yesterday's reunion of the CSAT members was...
Political parties took yesterday's consultations in Cotroceni Paace, Bucharest, aimed at analyzing the European Commission's most recent report on the state of Romanian Justice, for an opportunity to make demagogical statements about support for the fight against corruption and the depoliticization of Justice. It is just that politicians' words aren't proved true by their parliamentary deeds. Today Romanian deputies are to decide on the opening of criminal inquiries...
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Politicians are most distrusted
Romanians trust firemen and the military forces most. According to a survey accomplished by the GfK Custom Research in March-April 2008, firemen come first at European level too. Politicians and lawyers come last in terms of the trust they get.
According to the GfK research, firemen are trusted by 94% of citizens, the military comes second (90%), then there follow the post office services (89%) and the teachers (85%).
Doctors enjoy a rate...
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