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President Iohannis meets foreign ambassadors in Bucharest, talks about rule of law, justice, protests and ….impeachment


President Klaus Iohannis has told foreign ambassadors and consuls accredited in Bucharest during the annual meeting held at Cotroceni Palace on Tuesday that Romania has a mature society, which proved it is capable of fighting for its values, yet adding ...

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19 associations send open letter to President Iohannis: Intervene, so that Romania does not to become a blocked project

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19 associations call on President Klaus Iohannis to intervene, as mediator, so that the country does not become a blocked project due to the amendments to the laws of justice. At the same time, the signatories believe that the head ...

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Update: Cluj, Timisoara citizens want to come to Bucharest for protests, to defend freedom and the rule of law

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2018 has started with warm weather and fresh protests on January 1. A page was set up on Facebook called ‘All roads lead to Bucharest’, about the ‘revolution of our generation’, the organisers asking the Bucharesters to support people coming ...

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Secretary General of the Council of Europe sends letter to President Iohannis on judiciary reform, urges opinion of Venice Commission

Thorbjørn Jagland

Thorbjørn Jagland, Secretary General of the Council of Europe, has sent a letter to President Klaus Iohannis, urging the Romanian authorities to request the Venice Commission opinion on the reforms in the judiciary field conducted by the Romanian Parliament. “The ...

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EPP President: The independence of justice is in danger in Romania. A sad day

joseph daul

Following the vote to overhaul the judiciary in Romania, Joseph Daul, President of the European People’s Party (EPP), made the following statement, posted on the website of the party at epp.eu: “Today is a sad day for Romania and for ...

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