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Romania Politics - Politics, Business, Civil, History - Posted: 19th Jul, 2005 - 8:14pm

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  • Post Date: 26th Jun, 2005 - 8:31pm / Post ID: #

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    Romania Politics

    Laszlo Kovacs: The EU is interested to avoid a delay in Romania's accession

    The European Union is interested to avoid a delay in Romania's accession, but the process could be postponed by a year if the country does not keep all its commitments, says the European Commissioner for Taxation and Customs Union, Laszlo Kovacs. In a meeting with Premier Calin Popescu-Tariceanu, Kovacs stressed that the Country Report of the European Commission will reflect the progress made by Romania, and he appreciated the measure...
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    26th Jun, 2005 - 9:19pm / Post ID: #

    Politics Romania

    In my opinion, Romania is not ready to join the European Union. Not only the mentality of the people must change, but our economy is not sufficiently developed to face western competition. Not to mention the other flows - on the first place I would mention the problems related to justice.


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    30th Jun, 2005 - 4:06am / Post ID: #

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    I get daily briefings about news from Romania with Politics being top of the reports and one thing I have noticed is the number of politicians either arrested, in prison or in court. Is corruption there at a high level because of a lack of checks and balances?


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    30th Jun, 2005 - 9:21pm / Post ID: #

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    The corruption in our country is at a very high level. I mean politicians at top levels are/were involved in "dubious" businesses. The corruption reached a peak at the end of the last legislature (2000-2004); the prime minister was considered by many from the civil society some kind of head of mafia ... the state was somehow going towards a mafiotic(?) state. How did we end up there? My opinion is that after 45 years of communism the whole society is perverted. But this is something general. In particular, the PSD government (the previous government) "managed" to drive the corruption to those proportions by destroying the judicial system. The whole system was ruined with the introduction of confuse laws, the promotion of controllable/puppet-like judges and the obstruction of prosecutors (those - few - who were willing to do their job).

    Offtopic but,
    One of those prosecutors - I think Panait was his name - was pushed to commit suicide. The new Minister of Justice ordered a re-opening of that case.


    What you see now (arrests, trials etc.) are the result of the 2004 elections - the new government and especially the new president are trying to do something. I'm not so naive to believe that a miracle is going to happen, but I haven't lost (totally) my faith. We have a good new minister of Justice and I hope she will do something in order to reform an old rusted judicial system.

    If you are interested in more of my opinions related to romanian politics in general, or maybe something specific, please let my know.


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    Post Date: 1st Jul, 2005 - 12:43am / Post ID: #

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    Politics Romania

    Coalition in turmoil, party leaders pose as united

    Bucharest - The leaders of the D.A. Alliance, Calin Popescu Tariceanu and Emil Boc, are keen to show the scandals that cast a shadow of doubt over the future of their political construction are over, yet tensions can no longer be hidden behind the close doors.
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    Post Date: 8th Jul, 2005 - 2:27am / Post ID: #

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    PM announces Govt's resignation, starts proceedings for early elections

    Romania is bracing up for snap election, as the Government yesterday took a step forward to the denouement, which is calling Romanians to the polls, most likely in October this autumn. The bombshell dropped unexpectedly, since both the President and the Prime Minister appeared to have discarded long ago the idea of snap election.
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    10th Jul, 2005 - 2:55pm / Post ID: #

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    My opinion - it's the right thing to do. Why? You can't go full speed with the brakes on.

    The actual government solution (PD+PNL+PC+UDMR) is too much of a compromise. After the new election, I'm sure the D.A. alliance (PNL+PD) should manage to pass through the newly formed Parliament, their own government, without the "immoral solution - PC" and maybe, but not necessary without UDMR.

    Offtopic but,
    President Basescu called PC (Conservator Party) - ex-PUR (Humanist Party) an immoral solution because they (PC) went to elections allied with PSD and after Mr. Basescu (PD - Democrat Party) won the presidency, PC turn their back on PSD to form the government, but not before voting proPSD for the presidency of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies. I could write a novel on the betrayals of these guys


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    Post Date: 19th Jul, 2005 - 8:14pm / Post ID: #

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    Tariceanu gives up resignation asks Parliament for vote of confidence

    The situation has turned upside down at the Victoria Palace after the announcement of Prime Minister Tariceanu that he will no longer resign but will come before Parliament to assume responsibility for a political declaration that mentions the reforms needed for Romania's integration with the EU and the rebuilding of the flood-stricken areas of Rom...
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