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​Romanian President Iohannis warns government on "zany" fiscal changes, promises use of all available tools to preserve independence of Justice Romanian President Klaus Iohannis criticized the Social Democratic (PSD) government harshly on Thursday about a series of fiscal changes that he called "zany" and chaotic. He also promised to use all tools at his disposal to preserve the independence of justice.
Moldovan President Dodon invites Romanian counterpart Iohannis to visit Moldova, talks about "asperities and difficulties" between the two states Igor Dodon, the pro-Russian President of the Republic of Moldova, sent to President Klaus Iohannis, through the Romanian ambassador to Chisinau, an official invitation to visit Moldova, according to a Facebook post. "I have the certainty that only through repeated talks the asperities and difficulties that may arise in the relations between states or between institutions can be overcome," Dodon wrote.
Romania marks two years since Bucharest club fire disaster Romania marks on Monday night two years since a fire disaster in Bucharest that killed dozens of people and sparked a wave of protests against corruption, toppled a government and led to massive press investigations into major political and administrative irregularities affecting the national health system.
Justice minister Tudorel Toader's bills to change laws of Justice take a large part from the prerogatives of the President of Romania The three projects to amend the laws of Justice submitted to Parliament by Minister Tudorel Toader on Wednesday reduce significantly the prerogatives of the President of Romania. Thus, the bill to amend the Law 303/2004, as published on the Chamber of Deputies website, definitively removes the president from the nomination procedure for chief prosecutors (General Prosecutor's Office, National Anti-corruption Division , Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism). The same project forbids him to refuse more than one proposal for the Supreme Court.
OPINION ​​Beware Justice minister Tudorel Toader's laws! How politicians subdue prosecutors and justice Romanian Justice minister Tudorel Toader has went to the special parliamentary commission for the laws of Justice, headed by Social Democratic MP Florin Iordache, with about the same draft laws that have massively dissatisfied magistrates, and their essence is to increase the role of the Minister of Justice in controlling the activity of magistrates on several levels, not just in the process of appointing chief prosecutors from which the head of state is removed. For example, one of the changes - the most dangerous and long term effects - reinforces the idea that the Public Ministry is part of the executive, and does not function as an independent institution.
Patriarch Kirill of Moscow in Bucharest visit on Thursday Russian Orthodox Church Patriarch Kirill of Moscow visits Bucharest on Thursday. He will spend several days to attend ceremonies organized by the Romanian Orthodox Church, including one marking ten years since Daniel was named Patriarch of Romania, according to News.ro news agency.
​​VIDEO Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in Bucharest: With a smartphone in hand, you are stronger than a super hero He who holds a smartphone in hand is stronger than any super hero from any comics as with just a tap on a button one can do amazing things, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said in Bucharest on Wednesday. He dismissed fears of AI and said technology doesn't change the human brain, but the brains adapt to the environment their in - which now happens to be one of technology.
​​ANALYSIS Who's bylining Russian propaganda in Romanian media The Russian propaganda in Romania has been carrying bylines for about an year. Until 2016, one could find the authors contributing to the distribution of Moscow's messages in local media by looking into several communities of online commentators, very few radio and TV channels and eventually, at the end of serious press investigations, behind anonymous conspiracy theory websites. These keep doing their thing, but they've been more recently joined by press people - especially since Russia's Romanian-language Sputnik outlet started to grow.
Government party's game of electoral seduction ends as hard attack starts in parliament for Great Liberation The big economic lie of Romania's governing coalition is over. The main governing party, the Social Democrats (PSD) has dropped plans to increase pensions and salaries and switched to the invention of new taxes. PSD leader Liviu Dragnea no longer wants to buy the goodwill of the Romanians through populist measures, as he did at the beginning of the year, to anesthetize their critical sense of the destruction of Justice.  All that interests him now is his personal situation. Right now, as we speak, Dragnea and his men are attacking the Justice system in the Parliament - the only thing that interests him now. They have also set a public deadline: by the end of the year, the laws of justice must be massacred. This is Plan B.
Nobody should be above the law, US Embassy says following Romanian Parliament vote preventing corruption inquiry into prominent deputy Parliamentary immunity should not be used to defend someone from taking responsibility for his actions and nobody should be above the law, US Embassy to Bucharest says in an answer to news agency Agerpres, following a controversial vote in the Romanian Parliament on Tuesday.
Romanian Constitutional Court head criticized by Supreme Council of the Magistracy for statements related to court decisions The members of the Supreme Council of the Magistracy (CSM) on Tuesday criticized the statements made on a TV station by the President of the Constitutional Court (CCR) Valer Dorneanu, who talked about the decisions of the courts in which they would feel the political influence, CSM believing that this affects the independence of the judiciary, according to news.ro news agency.
Romanian deputies reject anti-graft body's request to pursue criminal inquiry against fellow MP in sensitive corruption case Members of Romania's House of Deputies rejected on Tuesday a request by the National Anticorruption Department to approve a criminal inquiry against former minister Rovana Plumb, a deputy for the governing Social Democrats (PSD), in a major corruption case. Defending herself in Parliament, Plumb suggested the case was part of a campaign to "demonize" the PSD, while a fellow PSD deputy, Judicial Commission head Eugen Nicolicea, put up a report claiming that the law was not broken in any way.
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe asks Romanian authorities to "review criminal legislation as soon as possible" and "to support politically and financially the outstanding work of the National Anticorruption Directorate" The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (APCE) has adopted Resolution 2188/2017- "New threats to the rule of law in member countries of the Council of Europe", according to Justiecurata.ro. Drafted by German Christian Democrat Bernd Fabritius as speaker, the resolution criticizes the situation in Romania, the Republic of Moldova, Bulgaria, Poland and Turkey. The resolution was adopted at the meeting of 11 October with 47 votes in favor, 7 against and 2 abstentions.
Who are the new ministers named in Romania government reshuffle Romania's governing Social Democrats (PSD) have decided on their proposals for three new ministers, in a government reshuffle sparked by a tensions between PSD leader Liviu Dragnea and PM Mihai Tudose. The new ministers are Paul Stanescu for Development Ministry, Felix Stroe for Transport Ministry and Marius Nica for European Funds Ministry.
​Romania governmnent expects reshuffle as govt party leadership "passed difficult moment" in power struggle between leader Dragnea, PM Tudose Romania's governing Social Democrats are expected to make decisions on Friday on a a significant government reshuffle after the party accepted the resignation of several controversial ministers during marathon talks on Thursday night. The talks are seen as a blow for de facto party leader Liviu Dragnea, who is battling for power with prime minister Mihai Tudose.
Who is, Mihai Busuioc, new head of institution that controls how public money is spent: A close friend of Liviu Dragnea, with hundreds of thousands of euros in his bank accounts Mihai Busuioc, now secretary general of the Government, was appointed by Parliament on Wednesday as president of the Court of Accounts, the institution that controls how public money is spent in Romania. He replaces Nicolae Vacaroiu, whose 9-year term expires this month.
Romania's National Audiovisual Council rejects license request for Iasi-based TV station RTR amid suspicions of links to Russian state propaganda The National Audiovisual Council rejected on Tuesday a request from Iasi-based companyTelecontent Production companin Iasi for the RTR TV channel, after postponing a decision in this matter in August, as representatives of the audiovisual forum said for HotNews.ro
Bucharest Mechanical Plant and US General Dynamics Company signs a Memorandum of understanding for the production and delivery of armored vehicles The Romanian Ministry of Economy and Romarm, through Bucharest Mechanical Plant, and the American company General Dynamics signed a memorandum of understanding and  a cooperation agreement on Tuesday, in the presence of Prime Minister Mihai Tudose. The Memorandum of Understanding sets out the preliminary guidelines for cooperation as well as future actions aimed at establishing a joint venture between Bucharest Mechanical Plant and US General Dynamics Company, which will produce armored vehicles for the Romanian Armed Forces, according to a government press release.
Romanian PM Mihai Tudose makes disputes with party leader Dragnea public. Details of reshuffling plans already appear Romanian deputy prime minister Marcel Ciolacu would take over as Development minister after PM Mihai Tudose would oust incumbent minister Sevil Shhaideh, sources have told HotNews.ro. Shhaideh is one of the few ministers targeted for a government reshuffle of which Tudose spoke of in a TV interview on Monday night, suggesting major splits between him and the leader of the governing Social Democratic Party (PSD), Liviu Dragnea.
OPINION ​Has Social Democratic leader Dragnea's attack on Prime Minister Tudose started? Four full months have yet to pass since Liviu Dragnea, the leader of Romania's governing Social Democrats, took down his own government, and he appears to have triggered the attack on incumbent PM Mihai Tudose, installed in the summer after the fall of his predecessor Sorin Grindeanu. All the information obtained by HotNews.ro and confirmed by several sources indicates that conflicts have broken out between the Dragnea and Grindeanu, and the last major reason for the dispute would be the PM’s refusal to sign the Constitutional Court intimation on the conflict between the state powers after National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) started the investigation into Belina case.

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