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Victor Ponta’s sound victory

by Andreea Marinas After it has been just confirmed that PSD-ALDE ruling coalition had lost the majority in Parliament over the departure of five lawmakers from PSD, 20 more MPs of the Social Democrat group are said to leave the ...

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Is Romania still Europe’s candy?

by Andreea Marinas Who is still seeing growth prospective in Romania and where? Because lately we hear more and more complaints from the top-executives passing by and suggestions such as ‘you should invest more in education’ or ‘Romania doesn’t have ...

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A chuckle a week: sowing the seeds of discord vs. warily reuniting powers

by Andreea Marinas Romanian road and railway infrastructures. If it’s one of the things that baffles you, then take a stand. Anything, from online petitions to marches and protests, is better than turning a blind eye. Why making a last ...

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PM in, PM out… already? The unthinkable about to become unstoppable

by Andreea Marinas Since when the peace agreement between North and South Korea makes yet another reason for kicking Trump? And why is it so important to know who takes or should be taking credit for it? It’s like praising ...

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Another lesson to learn

by Andreea Marinas The population of Romania continued to decline due to demographic causes and the decline increased in February when 10,137 inhabitants were lost. A way to reverse the ‘curse’ would be to increase the birth rate, in February ...

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National treasury hitting ground on grounds of too little initiative

by Andreea Marinas With no aim to induce the idea of vulnerability or weakness when it comes to historic buildings turning to dust, Romania’s low rate of national heritage places revamp requires a status quo depiction. Living so fully in our ...

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The new political party on its way to be or to become

by Andreea Marinas There wasn’t any secret at all. Not a secret to be divulged, nor one that once unraveled would cause apoplexy to someone in particular. Perhaps headaches and trouble for a certain party used to have a free ...

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PSD, prone to failure?

By Andreea Marinas Before caring about Stephen Hawking’s prediction, launched two weeks before dying, according to which the universe would eventually end when stars run out of energy, our politicians do make us care about them in various particular and ...

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The spring of our discontent. What is bothering the EU about us?

by Andreea Marinas Concerned that the EU might be “turning a blind eye” to Romania’s shortcomings? Don’t be! Us, the flawed, we are always keeping our closet full of surprises and the EU knows it. When thinking it’s all for ...

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Why do we have to face the death toll like this?

By Andreea Marinas Imagine having to face the agony before your death, all alone, in a hospital, after having worked for 30 continuous hours as a physician and after having studied and worked hard your entire life with only a ...

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