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Drawn game prolongs crisis
-- It is called 'eternal chess'. It is that position one of the two players uses to force the adversary into moving the king to and fro by successive assaults. It often happens that the player in chess should have more power, but fail to use it because of the very attacks against the king. The latter's powerlessness to escape the enemy leads to drawn game.
As far as the chess table of Romanian politics is concerned, things are about to make crisis last forever....
An Accidental Cure for Iraq
-- Doctors use the word "crisis" to describe the point at which a patient either starts to recover or dies. President George W. Bush's Iraqi patient now seems to have reached that point. Most commentators appear to think that Bush's latest prescription - a surge of 20,000 additional troops to suppress the militias in Baghdad - will, at best, merely postpone the inevitable death of his dream of a democratic Iraq. Yet as "Battle of Baghdad" begins, factors beyond...
Kick PD out
-- The Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu is ready to set the hard artillery against the PD (Democrat Party) and the President of Romania Traian Basescu if the latter prevent the restructuring of the government. The PM has announced it in his interview to ZIUA, explaining the terms between the PNL (National Liberal Party) and the PD within the Alliance, as well as the Liberals' relations with the opposition and the President of Romania. You can read the interview down below.
New Tariceanu scores points
-- The Liberals say they are satisfied with Tariceanu's new political attitude and they appreciate the offensive response of PNL (National Liberal Party) leaders to attacks.
Ludovic Orban, a vice president of the PNL, comments: "Tariceanu is actually doing what he promised during the Congress. This is very good. The trust he gets has been growing due to such attitude. He is behaving like a true party leader and like a true prime minister."
Anyone who harms...
President may be suspended next April
-- There has been unexpected response to the political war fought in Bucharest. Social-Democrat Susanne Kastner, a vice president of the Parliament in Berlin, is standing by the Romanian Justice minister Monica Macovei, claiming the safeguard clause may be activated against Romania, although Romanian Social-Democrats want the minister dismissed.
The PD (Democrat Party) is demanding their Coalition partners to express support for minister Macovei and...
LATEST - In Brief
Kastner: "Safeguard clause may be activated"
EU officials are concerned about the situation of the Romanian Justice minister Monica Macovei. Susanne Kastner, a vice president of the German Parliament, was warning late last week that the parliamentary motion against minister Macovei, supported by the Romanian Socia-Democrats, Conservatives and "Greater Romania" Party members, might cause the safeguard clauses to be activated in the last minute, in June 2007. German MEP Markus Ferber...
MISCELLANEOUS - In Brief
Provider of sex-slaves
-- The European flesh trafficking market keeps on diversifying and Romania continues to be one of the countries providing 'slaves'. According to the International Organization for Migration, Ukraine, Belorussia and the Moldovan Republic are the main providers and Romania and Bulgaria follow next.
The research accomplished by IOM claims that flesh traffickers force young women and underage ones to take up prostitution, just as they force many into becoming...
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