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Update: Secret protocol between SRI and Prosecutor General’s Office – released. No surprises, says the service’s spokesman

The Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) has posted the Protocol on Collaboration with the Prosecutor General’s Office upon the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) regarding the fulfilment of their national security tasks, on its website. On ...

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When money means everything. Including diplomas

by Andreea Marinas Each and every single expat living in Romania must know that our country is the new dreamland of the planet. It offers literally all the possibilities one could aspire to be offered, standing out, completely by itself, ...

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PSD governing programme: Not much about the fight against corruption. PM-designate vows firm approach, but protecting the human rights

The Justice chapter in the PSD governing programme announces massive changes in regard to the criminal legislation, as it intends to amend the law of ministerial responsibility and of the responsibility of the public administration employees. PSD envisages ‘immediate action’ ...

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Uber gets involved in ‘Brancusi is mine’ campaign

Until September 16, Uber invites all users in Bucharest to visit ‘Wisdom of the Earth’ sculpture and, thus, to contribute to the ‘Brancusi is mine’ fundraising campaign. The campaign aims to raise EUR 6 million that would allow the Romanian ...

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Patriarch Daniel makes donation for ‘Wisdom of the Earth’

Romanian Orthodox Church (BOR) Patriarch, Daniel, has made a personal donation of RON 5,000 (approx. EUR 1,100) for the purchase by the Romanian State, the Ministry of Culture, of the sculpture ‘Wisdom of the Earth’, a reference work of the ...

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Rosia Montana has been declared historic site of national importance

Rosia Montana has been classified as a national historic site of national importance, by order of the Ministry of Culture issued late last year, gandul.info reports. “On December 30, 2015 I signed the order of Minister to publish the new ...

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Marghiloman Mansion in Buzau revamped with European funds

Marghiloman Mansion was built between 1882 and 1887 by Iancu Marghiloman, a famous Romanian entrepreneur and landholder. After he died, his son Alexander Marghiloman (Romanian Prime Minister in 1918, playing a crucial part in the WWI) chose to modernize the ...

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