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The payroll law draft, which will increase the salaries of several categories of employees in the public sector, enters the Chamber of Deputies’ special...

Romanian Senate president wants new Authority for Interceptions

Romanian Senate president Calin Popescu-Tariceanu said yesterday that he would submit again the draft project on establishing the Independent Authority for Intercepting Communications. This would...
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Romanian President promulgates bill increasing mayors’ wages

President Klaus Iohannis promulgated yesterday the law that approved the emergency ordinance increasing the salaries of local elected representatives by 30%. These include mayors,...

Romanian Senate approves payroll draft law

Romania’s Senate approved yesterday the payroll draft law with 85 favorable votes, 10 negative votes and 12 abstentions. The project will go to the Chamber...

Romania’s Chamber of Deputies rejects bill supported by famous filmmakers

The Chamber of Deputies rejected yesterday an emergency ordinance approved by the former Dacian Ciolos government on financing Romanian movies. The deputies rejected the project...

Hungary considers security fence along the Romanian border

Hungary is considering building a security fence along the border with Romania if it observed that the Western Balkan migration route was shifting towards...

Romanian brigade joins German army

Germany has managed to take a radical step this year towards a European army without raising much political interest after announcing an integration of...

Romanian Senate passes pardon law unmodified

The pardon law will reach the Chamber of Deputies today, after the Senate passed the draft law submitted by the Government with no changes. The...

12 states, including Romania, discuss economic cooperation in Black Sea

Representatives from 12 states, including Romania, will meet in Istanbul today for the anniversary summit of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization (BSEC). Foreign minister...
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Committee to investigate 2009 presidential elections in Romania starts activity

The Parliament’s special inquiry committee, which will investigate how the 2009 presidential elections were organized and held, starts its activity today. It will first hear...

Payroll law advances in Romania’s Senate after three-day debates

The Senate’s labor committee adopted yesterday evening an admission report with amendments to the payroll draft law, after three days and over 25 hours...
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