What the newspapers say: June 2, 2011
Prime Minister Boc declared that the Romanian government does not acknowledge and never has entities that are not in the Constitution, Gandul reads. He said that nothing can be acknowledge other than what it is in the law and the Constitution referring to the recent opening of a representation of the Romanian region dominated by the Hungarian minority.
Judicially, the representation is called “Representation of counties Covasna and Harghita”, Sogor Csaba said.
In the same vein, Evenimentul Zilei reads that President Basescu said that he has a bad opinion about the representation and assured that this initiative will have no political effects. It is an element of inconsideration of the Romanian Constitution and of the Romanians.
One of the initiators, Iuliu Winkler said that his initiative has economic reasons and it is a legitimate initiative. He said the region is a European region after al. Elsewhere in the news, Italians celebrate today the Day of the Republic and events are also organized in Bucharest on this occasion.
In an interview for Evenimentul Zilei, Italian Ambassador to Bucharest Mario Cospito talks about the events. The Italian Embassy in Bucharest organized a music festival and cultural manifestations in which it promotes culinary products and Italian wines. This year, H.E. Mario Cospito said, the Embassy has collaborated with restaurants with Italian food in Bucharest and Timisoara that will offer special menus at a special price today.
Romania libera reads that HE Mario Cospito said that Italians in Romania are mostly businessmen who travel often between the two countries and all of them are very satisfied of the way they are treated.
Romania libera reads that Romanian Ionut Dan Cristea, who was congratulated by the US President after graduating the US Coast Guard returned to Romania to work at the customs police. The newspaper reads that Costea was present in Constanta, at an event celebrating military personnel in reserve.