Nr. 4279 de miercuri, 9 iulie 2008
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Ion Iliescu's withdrawal and the end of the 'past'
Suppose Ion Iliescu's decision to withdraw from politics is sincere and 'compulsory'. If so, we need an analysis of the Iliescu era, a brief, still a thorough one.
Ion Iliescu was not only the 'KGB servant' or 'the daddy of the coal miners' attacks'. He was the man who generated the imperfect democracy system after 1989, still a system that got Romania in the NATO and the EU. He was the man who left room for alternative at times when...
Ion Iliescu, never ending story
Ion Iliescu, honorary president of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party), has recently announced that he is taking some time to think about whether to run in the future parliamentary elections or not. The uninominal vote system doesn't appeal to him and he felt better, that is more useful to his party, in the list vote times. The ex President of Romania says that because of his age he should be making room for the youth, since we can't know what the future will...
Fingerprinting of Roma makes Europe hot
Italian authorities' decision to fingerprint the people who live in the gypsy camps in their country, the children included, is causing hot disputes in the Parliament of Europe, who is to adopt a resolution on it tomorrow. The European Commission is preoccupied with the risks implied in such a decision, but the members are waiting for get a "complete report" from Rome by the end of the month. The Italian interior minister Roberto Maroni has described...
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Minister Comanescu's visit looks different in Moscow and Chishinau
The Moldovan mass media is now making allegations on the Bucharest-Chishinau relations, after Romania's foreign minister Lazar Comanescu paid a visit to the Moldovan Republic's capital the day before yesterday. The Moldovan press is expressing disappointment, whereas the Moscow press is citing ZIUA as source for analyses of the Romanian-Moldovan relations.
According to a report published yesterday by the "Nezavisimaia...
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OSCE advises Romanian President not to promulgate "good and bad news" law
The President of Romania Traia Basescu should not promulgate the law draft passed by the Romanian Senate, which would demand radio and television stations to make sure they cast the same amount of negative and positive news. This is the opinion expressed by Miklos Haraszti, a representative of the OSCE.
The latter official describes this law draft in Romania as "severe political interference in editorial...
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