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New controversial law initiated by PSD would restrict the right to notify CCR

The Chamber of Deputies (Romanian Parliament’s lower chamber) has adopted on Wednesday a draft law initiated by Social Democrat MP Florin Iordache that establishes a deadline of 15 days the most for which the Parliament’s resolutions can be referred to ...

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Bucharest City Hall to build walkways worth EUR 18m

The Bucharest City Hall has approved on Monday a project aiming to build eight walkways in Bucharest. “For the safety of pedestrians, as in any in other capital city, we have approved the building in Bucharest of walkways, we have ...

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Race for the European Capital of Smart Tourism kicks off

Last week the European Commission launched the competition for the European Capital of Smart Tourism 2020. This initiative rewards European cities for outstanding, innovative and sustainable tourism practices. In order to compete for the 2020 European Capital of Smart Tourism title, ...

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EC gives Romania two months deadline to reimburse the car tax

The European Commission urges Romania to comply with the European Union legislation on the reimbursement of vehicle registration taxes unduly collected in the next two months, according to a release on Thursday. The Commission has decided today (Thursday) to send ...

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Update – Gov’t spokesman: Metropolitan Hospital to be completed in… 20 years. Firea: Deadline is 3 years, blames technicality

The Bucharest Metropolitan Hospital has a deadline of maximum 20 years, Government spokesman, Nelu Barbu, said on Wednesday, at the end of the Government sitting. The announcement was made as the Executive approved, by Emergency Ordinance, the transfer of a ...

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EC gives new warning to Romania and other 8 countries over air pollution

The European Commission on Tuesday gave new warning to Romania, and other eight member states (the Czech Republic, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Slovakia and UK) over air pollution issue, giving them a deadline until next week to meet the air ...

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JusMin order amends minimum compulsory detention conditions across Romanian prisons

Minimum compulsory detention conditions have changed in Romania, after the Justice minister signed an order last week, which amends the basic conditions of the prisoners. According to the new order, cells must be equipped with interphones, heat and water regulators ...

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Piata Sudului passage, at the second launch

Piata Sudului passage was inaugurated on Sunday by the mayor of Bucharest, Gabriela Firea, and District 4 Mayor, Daniel Baluta. This is the second launch after the one held on end-April. According to Firea, the constructor promised that the “tram area” ...

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Late transposition of the Tobacco Directive generates further losses for retailers, manufacturers and the State budget

As of May 20, 2017, tobacco products available on the EU markets must be compliant with the new Tobacco Directive, transposed in Romania by the law 201/2016. “The Directive is a hugely complex, burdensome and restrictive piece of legislation. This ...

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Update: Documents regarding Sebastian Ghiță’s extradition, sent to Belgrade

Justice Minister Tudorel Toader said Thursday morning that all documents for the extradition of businessman Sebastian Ghita have been sent to Belgrade, to the Serbian authorities, on Wednesday. “There’s a usual procedure. According to an article in the treaty, there ...

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