Nr. 4014 de miercuri, 22 august 2007
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The pension law, a reason for bill against government
The bill against the government the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) has announced is obviously absurd, since there are neither objective nor subjective reasons for it. The motivations announced are groundless. The PSD voted for a Tariceanu government without PD (Democrat Party) representatives, but a few months later the Social-Democrats have found themselves wishing to sack this government in favor of the PD. They announced the main reason...
PIN points to boycott by government
-- The PIN (National Initiative Party) claimed yesterday that the government was breaking the law on the organization of election of MEPs and this is why the party might sue the government and call for sanction by the EU.
The PIN president Lavinia Sandru argued the government was using illegal ways to prevent her party from joining the electoral competition, although the party's score was higher than the 5% minimum required, according to a recent opinion...
POLITICS - In Brief
PSD leader hopes President Basescu will help him
Mircea Geona, president of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party), asked Romanian President Traian Basescu for help with view to a context fit for establishing a different government. He claimed the future government's power and competence were up to the head of state and the parliamentary parties.
Geoana argued he could see "an attempt to transfer to the PSD the responsibility on the effects of the PSD bill against the government."...
LATEST - In Brief
Bancpost and Romanian Lottery are fond of each other
-- Behind the romance between Liliana Ghervasuc and Mihai Bogza there is hidden great business that may jeopardize the money of Lottery players.
The ex secretary of the Balli group which the Conservative Party assigned to head the Romanian Lottery is planning to give the Lottery's millions to her lover to handle, although the man is suspected of having caused the International Bank of Religions go bankrupt. Between two hugs, Liliana...
LATEST - In Brief
Chishinau visa scandal still unsettled
The High Court of Justice and the Romanian Ministry of Justice have received no information from the Moldovan judicial authorities concerning the suspected corruption in the visas released by the Romanian Consulate in Chishinau, according to Mediafax.
The High Court's Press Office has informed about getting no request for a rogatory committee or transfer of procedure with view to investigations on alleged corruption crimes committed by...
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