Nr. 4251 de vineri, 6 iunie 2008
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Due a score of 20% of the political votes in the local elections, the Liberals are surprisingly well as far as the coming parliamentary elections are concerned. As for the political combinations to determine the future government, they are also well. Why is this surprising? Because after four years of governing in minority, the PNL (National Liberal Party) was standing all odds to become not only the target of the other political groups, but also a source of votes for...
President discontented with Romania's administrative structure
His political war against the Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu and the Constitutional Court's frequent interpretations of the Constitution have made the President of Romania Traian Basescu decide to establish a Comittee to Analyze the Political and Constitutional Regime in Romania. The structure is meant to provide him with a report on the main flaws of the Constitution and a plan on a new administrative structure of Romania....
King is back to Peles Castle
His Majesty King Mihai I of Romania together with the Royal Family came back officially to the Peles Castle yesterday, after an adsence of 60 years and after more than a year since the Romanian government had returned him his property. "The castle is a symbol of our country's independence and power", the King said in his speech. His Majesty added that the castle gates would stay open to Romanians "for eternity".
The King returned to his royal estate in Sinaia...
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National PSD-PNL protocol
Constantin Contac, a president of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) branch in Botosani, announced yesterday that the PSD and the PNL (National Liberal Party) would sign a national protocol for collaboration. He claimed that the two groups would support each other till the parliamentary elections and then establish a new government together. The politician explained as follows: "The PSD will support the present government till next winter or next spring,...
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More than 650 million Euro from European Commission to Romania
Romania is to get over 650 million Euro from the European Commission for 6 environment projects. Our country is a beneficiary of the first 6 major projects in the environment sectorial operational program approved of the European Commission for 2007-2013.
The first 4 projects that started last April involve investments of about 450 million Euro in districts such as Giurgiu, Cluj, Salaj and Calarasi. The latter...
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Spain perceives Romanians as poor, dirty and hard-working
Romanian immigrants are hard-working, but they have got something to do with criminality. Romania is mainly associated to povery, dirt, Transylvania, Dracula and vampires. These are some of the conclusions in a survey authored by Mercury Research and the OpiPublic Data Sampling, Spain, upon request from the Governmental Strategy Agency.
The survey is called "Romania's image in Spain" and it shows that negative opinions...
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