One year after the president officially condemned the Communism, only 4 out of 36 measures suggested in the Tismaneanu Report on Communism were applied. The draft for a lustration law passed over an year in the Houser of Deputies, while the investigations on the Romanian Revolution and the violent events in the early 90s are far from being finished. The Communism manual for high schools was not edited, just like the promised Encyclopedia of Communism.

The report of the Presidential Commission for the Analyze of the Communist Regime in Romania was made public and assumed by the President on December 18, 2006.

Analysts in the commission suggest either Governmental ordinances or a new referendum.