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State employees to benefit from two more days off: December 24 and 31

The state employees will benefit from two more days off during the winter holidays, December 24 and December 31. The decision was made by the Government in its sitting on Thursday, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has announced. The Premier said ...

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The U.S. reaffirm strategic partnership with Romania

The United States of America reaffirmed the tight relation with Romania, based on such principles as freedom and democracy, while voicing intention to enhance the strategic partnership and considering Bucharest a loyal ally within NATO, reads the Resolution adopted by ...

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President Iohannis attends the European Council on Thursday and Friday

A Presidential administration release informs that President Klaus Iohannis will attend the European Council works, which is to discuss the negotiations regarding the next EU budget after 2020, issues related to the Union’s internal market, the management of migration, combating ...

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Opposition to file censure motion tomorrow. What is their alternative?

The Opposition parties will file the censure motion on Friday, reproaching Dancila Cabinet it had not observed the ruling programme, that it had amended the justice laws to protect offenders and that it had revised the pensions law. The text ...

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Kelemen Hunor says censure motion against Gov’t will not pass with UDMR’s vote either, blames opposition for lacking PM, ministers, programme

The Hungarian minority’s party, UDMR, has not yet decided to vote for or against the censure motion against the Government, claiming the reason is related to the opposition’s failure to propose a prime minister, ministers, governing programme. UDMR leader Kelemen ...

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Two more cities, interested in joining the Western Alliance

After the past weekend mayors of Timisoara – Nicolae Robu, Cluj-Napoca – Emil Boc, Arad – Gheorghe Falca and Oradea – Ilie Bolojan had signed the establishment of the Western Alliance, an initiative which targets to draw up funds from ...

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US Department of State official – Concern expressed about the attempts to change the justice system. Romania plays important role in the Black Sea region

The United States support the fight against corruption in Romania and back Romania’s path to Western values, Matthew Boyle, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, said on Tuesday, during his first visit to Bucharest, after meeting Romanian officials. Boyse said during ...

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