Nr. 4054 de luni, 8 octombrie 2007
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A government may not be changed just because this what Traian Basescu and his servants in the DNA (National Anti-Corruption Department) want so. It is only the Parliament's will that may change the government. The bill against the government failed lamentably, despite the Democrat plotters' struggle to incite the opposition in the Parliament and despite the solicitations for criminal inquiry the DNA made up overnight. But it unveiled a head of state willing to make...
National Anti-Corruption Department is politicized
ZIUA is the first to provide you with the conclusions reached after inspection by the CSM (Superior Council of Magistracy), concerning the objections raised by Daniel Morar, head of the DNA (National Anti-Corruption Department). They unveil severe illegalities.
The CSM inspectors ran into criminal cases kept hidden or muffled, severe law breaks and ungrounded phone call interception. Although over 100 cases were delayed, Daniel Morar...
Safeguard clause is still a menace
Almost one year after Romania joined the EU, the safeguard clause is still a menace for this newcomer. The most recent warning about it belongs to Joseph Daul, a leader of the EPP group in the Parliament of Europe. Late last week he repeated the statements made by his colleague Markus Ferber on the application of the safeguard clause on Romania.
In the speech he delivered last week in Timisoara during the seminar on the EPP-DE as the most important and...
PM is sure MPs will pass budget
The Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu is sure the MPs will pass the draft on the 2008 state budget. Yesterday he said he had respect for any opposition party's right to make suggestions about it, claiming he didn't mind debate on it because he wanted to see "what political parties are willing to promote".
When asked how the draft would pass, given a possibility such as political groups in the opposition coming up with their own projects on the 2008 budget,...
Pain in Mircea Geoana's neck
The fear of suicide together with the electoral potential saved Ion Iliescu, an honorary president of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party), from being expelled from the party. He won the first confrontation with the PSD president Mircea Geoana. Ion Iliescu was neither expelled nor sanctioned and he is still a leader of the PSD group in the Senate.
Still while in Brasov he got an unprecedented warning: after the electoral battle he is to decide whether he stays...
POLITICS - In Brief
Poll: PSD would get 24% in election of MEPs
The PSD (Social-Democrat Party) would get 24% in the election of MEPs and the PD (Democrat Party) would be the winner due to 35%. This is the conclusion of a recent opinion poll ordered by the International Republic Institute. The PSD president Mircea Geoana presented this research in the party meeting they had in Brasov last weekend.
The outcome goes like this: after the PD and the PSD, there would follow the National Liberal...
POLITICS - In Brief
Conservatives want solidarity for Tariceanu
Romanian Conservatives would like to see an "Union for Democracy" established after the election of MEPs and made up of the PNL (National Liberal Party), the PC (Conservative Party) and the PSD (Social-Democrat Party), an achievement meant to support a 3rd Tariceanu government.
Marius Marinescu was appointed a vice president of the PD yesterday, when a Conservative delegation participated in demonstrations in front of Cotroceni...
POLITICS - In Brief
PM Tariceanu: Basescu rules PD
The Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu claimed yesterday that the Democrats were still dependent on President Traian Basescu, which was why they were unable to promote valuable political leaders.
Furthermore, the PM mentioned he was willing to rebuild the "Truth and Justice" Alliance, but only if Traian Basescu stopped ruling the PD (Democrat Party). Romanian Liberals' leader commented: "The Democrats are reserved, we are disappointed. From...
LATEST - In Brief
Ex agriculture minister behind bars
The National Anti-Corruption Department has lately been asking for criminal inquiries against several Liberal ministers in power. But latelast week it was the turn of an ex Christian-Democrat minister.
The DNA ordered that Ioan Avram Muresan, an ex agriculture minister, be retained and stay arrested for 29 days. A member of the Tariceanu Cabinet seems to be involved in this case too. Ioan Avram Muresan was retained for traffic of influence...
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