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Hungarian politicians to attend the Magyars’ Day on Sunday

Several Hungarian politicians are expected to attend the events in Transylvania marking the Magyars Day on Sunday, March 15. The main manifestations are due in Miercurea Ciuc and Sfantu Gheorghe where thousands of people are expected, but similar action will ...

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Ex-president Basescu has no fear about ending up in the arrest

Former president Traian Basescu denied on Thursday the possibility of ever being arrested. He told while leaving the People’s Movement Party HQs there is no perspective of him ending up in the arrest no matter how much some people would ...

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Ooops! They did it again. Lower chamber stops judicial investigation in Borbely case. EC to watch closely the developments

The Chamber of Deputies rejected on Wednesday the go-ahead for prosecution in the case of MP Laszlo Borbely by 154 votes “against”, 125 “for”, five votes were invalid. The National Liberal party (PNL) claims that the Liberal MPs voted in ...

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EP recommends Kosovo recognition to 5 EU states, Romania included

The European Parliament on Wednesday passed a resolution draft related to the process of Kosovo’s European integration that encourages five EU member states, including Romania to recognize the independence of the former Serbian province in order to help normalization of ...

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Foreign Ministry spokesperson, dismissed after blunder brochure issue. Blunder also at the German Foreign Ministry: Plevneliev called ‘Romanian President’

FM Bogdan Aurescu decided to dismiss the Foreign Ministry spokesperson, “which managed, in relation with Agerpres” the brochure that was printed with the German flag over the map of France, reads a release from the Foreign Affairs Ministry. “After analyzing ...

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Decisions on the 2012 referendum undertaken by all USL leaders, PM Ponta tells Supreme Court judges

PSD leader Victor Ponta said during the High Court for Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) hearings on Wednesday regarding the referendum in 2012, and that all decisions to suspend the president and regarding the campaign for a referendum ...

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Former U.S. Charge d’Affaires Mark Taplin to lecture in Bucharest next week

Former U.S. Charge d’Affaires in Bucharest, Mark Taplin, expert in the former Soviet region is lecturing in Bucharest on March 16 and 17. The conferences are tackling the cooperation between USA and Romania on the occasion of 135 years since ...

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2016 elections might have IT system for combating multiple voting

An IT system for preventing and combating multiple voting was presented on Tuesday by the Special Telecommunications Service (STS) head Marcel Opris to the Electoral Code Commission. The system is based on the ID card scanning, on identifying the personal ...

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