Nr. 3982 de luni, 16 iulie 2007
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The scum in Cotroceni Palace and the fear of lustration
Of course President Basescu won't believe that I am now bored with writing about his tricks. He said we would have had nothing to write about, had he not been a President! A President-player. He is a bragger as haughty as a peacock and he makes a show of himself. He would do anything to arrest people's attention so that people would think it is him who does and undoes things. He thinks he is the player of all players, but he is just...
Plotter Theodor Stolojan
-- Theodor Stolojan, now a president of the PLD (Liberal-Democrat Party), is trying hard to hide the activity he had before 1989. In today's newspaper you can read about his true face.
Theodor Stolojan was a deputy chief of the currency operations department in the Ministry of Finance until 1986. From this year until 1989 he was a general chief of the institution, which was directly subordinate to dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and also a source coordinating his currency.
Government opposes ban on communism
6 Liberal MPs want a law to ban communist organizations and symbols. They also claim that the harshest sanction should be 15 years of prisons.
But the draft was dismissed by the government led by Liberal PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu, NewsIn informs.
The document defines communist organizations as "any group of three or more persons, with temporary or permanent activity, promoting communist ideas, views or doctrines, and inciting to class hatred." The...
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Promulgate or resign
The leaders of Romanian Liberals have asked the head of state to promulgate the pension raise law or resign. Varujan Vosganian, a Romanian minister of economy, has overtly demanded the Romanian President Traian Basescu to quit unless he agrees to the pension raise, decided by the Cabinet in power. The minister argued yesterday that the budget was able to cover for this measure, claiming that any opposite opinion, the President's included, was ungrounded. He...
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Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs disappointed with Russia's decision
The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed disappointment with the Russian Federation's decision to suspend the application of the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty and subsequent agreements.
The press release informs that, in Romania's view, the above-mentioned Treaty is a milestone of European security, which proved its role in control over arming by its contribution to the consolidation...
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