President Klaus Iohannis reacted on Tuesday to the new political uncertainty generated by the resignation of prime minister Mihai Tudose. He said he wants...

Update: Romania’s PM resigns after losing his party support

Romania’s prime minister Mihai Tudose announced his resignation on Monday evening, during the Social Democratic Party’s executive committee meeting, according to political sources quoted...

Japan’s PM comes to Romania on Tuesday

Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe will make an official visit to Romania on Tuesday, the first such visit by a Japanese PM. He will...

Incident at Romanian Embassy in Budapest fuels tensions with Hungary

The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has summoned the Hungarian Ambassador to Bucharest on Monday, January 15, to give explanations following an incident at...

Former Romanian president calls for country reunification ministry

Former Romanian president Traian Băsescu, now a senator and also the president of the Popular Movement Party (PMP), suggested that the Government should establish...

Romania’s ruling party leaders meet today to settle scores

The leaders of Romania’s ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD) will meet today to settle the tense situation between prime minister Mihai Tudose and party...

Romanian ruling party member will run for President next year

Liviu Plesoianu, a member of the Chamber of Deputies representing the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD), will run for President in the elections that...

Media: Former Romanian PM received Serbian citizenship

Former Romanian prime minister Victor Ponta has received Serbian citizenship on Thursday, January 11, according to Serbian newspaper Blic. According to Blic, Ponta has said...

Romanian PM makes controversial statement against Szeklerland autonomy

Romanian prime minister Mihai Tudose had a harsh reaction after the leaders of the three political parties representing the Hungarian minority in Romania, namely UDMR,...

From Ceausescu to Trump: Washington Post analysis looks at US administration flattery outbreaks

A Washington Post analysis uses the example of several dictators to compare the characteristics of the “personalistic” authoritarian regimes to the flattery outbreaks in...

Interior minister won’t resign, starts control at Romanian Police

Romania’s interior minister Carmen Dan won’t resign and has decided to send the ministry’s control body to the Romanian Police to check if all...

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