Nr. 4258 de sambata, 14 iunie 2008
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In June 1995 the whole German Parliament building was covered with a huge piece of white cloth and it stayed so for a fortnight. It was taken for an work of art and it was worth the effort. But five months before the start of works the German MPs had a 1-hour debate on whether to allow for the Parliament building to be used as material to support avant-garde art. 292 votes for it, 223 were against it and 9 expressed no option at all. The Bundestag's historical building...
Sarkozy's secret rupture
A year ago, when Nicolas Sarkozy was campaigning for the French presidency, he promised a "rupture" with the past. So far, few French people can see the sort of rupture that Sarkozy promised. But they are wrong to think that nothing has changed in the first year of his presidency. Sarkozy has, in fact, brought about a rupture, albeit in an unexpected area: the foreign policy consensus that has prevailed since the days of Charles de Gaulle.
Of course, it is...
The PSD (Social-Democrat Party) is plotting against the President of Romania Traian Basescu, pursuing to suspend him a second time. This would occur after the parliamentary elections due next autumn, unless the head of state appoint a Social-Democrat PM. Nicolae Vacaroiu, a PSD official now a president of the Senate, warned the President yesterday that they were unwilling to put up with a minority government to be established by the PD-L (Democrat-Liberal Party). The...
Calin Popescu Tariceanu wants to continue as Liberals' head
The Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu has recently told some of his most faithful colleagues in the PNL (National Liberal Party) that he will run as candidate and win presidency over the party even if the Liberals will no longer be in power after this autumn's general elections. The fact that the current PM is so keen on his presidency over the PNL makes a future collaboration between the PNL and the PD-L (Democrat-Liberal Party)...
Local elections matter because of parliamentary elections due in autumn
The second tour of the local elections due this Sunday will be as important as the first one, although research is claiming there won't be many Romanians to go voting. Sunday's scrutiny matters because of the parliamentary elections due this autumn, if they take place as scheduled. Parties are taking efforts to get leadership over as many localities as possible. The scores they will get will make a very important clue...
ECONOMICS - In Brief
Romania's budget deficit scares European Commission
The European Commission recommended yesterday that Romania should prove determined and continue the consolidation of public finance and economy reforms in order to cut on the growing unbalancing of Romanian economy. The Commission announced it by communique.
According to Joaquin Almunia, the EU Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Romania needs a complex strategy to intensify structural reforms and fiscal consolidation....
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