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Romanian unionists are protesting Wednesday in capital Bucharest, near the Parliament Palace, over the new Labor Code for which the Government faces a vote of no-confidence. read more...


The top ten law firms that yesterday sent to ZF copies of their tax returns submitted to the fiscal authorities collected fees with a cumulated value of 86 million euros in 2010, down 5% on the preceding year. read more...


Romanian organized crime prosecutors on Sunday detained eleven people accused of drug trafficking, following raids on several homes in capital Bucharest. read more...


The Romanian Government will put forward a plan to help Roma ethnics start a business or obtain authorization to carry out independent activities, according to an official document. read more...


Sources within the Democratic Liberal party declared for Hotnews.ro that local organizations leaders were called on Sunday in Bucharest by the central management for a meeting where the President might also be present. read more...


Trains will stand still for two hours on March 16, the day when the Romanian Parliament votes on a censure motion against the current government, as railway trade unions announced a warning strike to mark the event, news agency Agerpres reports. read more...


The Supreme Court rejected on Thursday an appeal submitted by the Dan Voiculescu, founding president of the Conservative Party, against a previous decision by which he was declared a collaborator of the Ceausescu-era political police, the Securitate. read more...


Former Romanian minister Vasile Blaga on Wednesday defended himself against suspicion of involvement in customs corruption by saying that he has never proposed to head a customs office. read more...


The Romanian Government on Wednesday decided to reduce the length of child adoption procedures. read more...


Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc said Saturday he will request that, within four-six months, the heads of all decentralized public bodies undergo a professional examination, given by a team of evaluators. read more...




Romania's Government will ban the sale and possession of so-called "legal highs," plant-based psychoactive substances, under threat of fines of up to 100,000 lei (EUR1=RON4.2127) and 2-8 years in prison. read more...


The Romanian Senate rejected on Wednesday a bill initiated by a a Democratic Liberal deputy to legalize prostitution, Romanian news agency Agerpres reports. The bill initiated by deputy Silviu Prigoana was rejected by a large majority, with 85 votes to 6. read more...


The political groups supporting the governing coalition signed on Wednesday a protocol of partnership between the Democratic Liberals (PDL), Hungarian Democrats (UDMR), the National Union for the Progress of Romania and the group of national minorities other than Hungarians. read more...


The US Department of Justice has approved the extradition to Romania of Mihai Necolaiciuc, former head of Romanian Railways national company, according to the Romanian Justice Ministry. Necolaiciuc was indicted by National Anti-corruption Department in February 2009 under charges of abuse in office against public interest. read more...


Bucharest District 6 mayor Cristian Poteras, who also serves as head of a local sub-commission for the land fund, was indicted by anti-graft prosecutors on Wednesday under charges of abuse in office against public interest. read more...


Bucharest Mayor Sorin Oprescu will make an official visit to Beijing, where he hopes to find investors for the city's projects, after the city councilors voted to slash the budget by over 1 billion lei (EUR1=RON4.2108). read more...


The head of the Bucharest branch of the governing Democratic Liberal Party (PDL), Elena Udrea, said in a press conference on Tuesday she did not want to run for Bucharest mayor and that her branch will have possible candidates to choose from, news agency Agerpres reports. read more...


The Romanian Senate's committee for human rights on Tuesday issued a negative opinion on a bill requiring candidates for public office to undergo a psychological and psychiatric examination. read more...


The committee for legal matters in the Romanian Senate on Tuesday recommended the Senate plenary reject a Government emergency decree recalculating pensions of former military staff. read more...


Nearly 2,000 former military staff are marching Tuesday from the Military Academy in Romania’s capital Bucharest to the Government’s headquarters, in protest to the recalculation of their pensions and new labor legislation. read more...



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