Romania will continue to help consolidate the democratic institutions in the neighbouring Republic of Moldova, says Romanian PM Grindeanu
Justice Minister Florin Iordache has resigned amidst street protests against a controversial Government decree.
The Government has passed a memorandum for setting up a Sovereign Fund for Investment, rallying some 200 profitable state-owned companies.
The Grindeanu Cabinet remains in power after Parliament on Wednesday voted against the no-confidence motion filed by the right-wing opposition.
NATO will open a representative office in Chişinău in April to support the reforms in the Republic of Moldova.
Iohannis’ address in Parliament was both a harsh denunciation and a call for responsibility
The law that converted Swiss franc loans into leu loans at below-market rates is against the Constitution.
President Klaus Iohannis addressed Parliament for the first time since the Grindeanu government was sworn in.
The European Commission urges Romania to carry on with the anti-corruption fight.
The Government’s emergency decree on amending the criminal codes has been repealed, but this does not seem to ease tensions in Romania.
The Romanian Parliament is to debate and approve the bills on the state budget and social security budget for 2017.
Romanian PM Sorin Grindeanu announced on Saturday evening that he would abrogate the controversial emergency ordinance amending the Criminal Codes
Turned into a genuine war of nerves, the crisis in Bucharest is extending and aggravating, and its effects on the national currency and the economy are already visible.
In Thursday’s session, the European Parliament discussed the situation of democracy and justice in Romania.
Hundreds of thousands of Romanians took to the streets in Romania and major cities across Europe.
Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Holland and the United States have called on the government in Bucharest not to undo the progress achieved in the fight against corruption.
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European Commission report shows Romania had one of the fastest growing GDP rates in the EU.
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Romania remains optimistic about the future of the EU
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