The Romanian Senate has passed a bill changing the operating conditions of public utility non-governmental organizations (NGOs). One of the law's most important provisions...

Romania awaits EC opinion on justice law changes

Romania is awaiting a point of view from the European Commission on setting a threshold under which abuse office is not considered a crime,...

Romania’s Government approves fiscal measures despite criticism

Romania’s Government approved in its Wednesday meeting several announced fiscal measures that have raised many critics in recent weeks. Several hundred people protested on...

Romanians prepare new protest as Govt. moves on with controversial fiscal changes

Romania's prime minister Mihai Tudose announced on Tuesday, November 7, that the Government would adopt the controversial changes to the Fiscal Code during the...

Romanian politician who sent driver to take exam for him elected mayor

The past has come to haunt a local politician who was recently elected mayor of Deva, a city in western Romania, after a 2006...

Romania’s Govt. prepares to adopt the Administration Code

The Administration Code, a set of regulations for the local administration, may be adopted by the Government as a law draft in the next...

Former PM during protests: We can’t play with Romania’s future

Former Romanian Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos participated in the protest organized in Bucharest on Sunday evening, November 5, against the new changes to justice...
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Media: Romanian Social Democratic leader pays USD 100,000 to meet Trump

The Social Democratic Party (PSD) hired the Washington-based lobbying firm Madison & Company LLC this spring to try to get Liviu Dragnea, party leader...

President urges ruling coalition “not to engage Romania in a fiscal adventure with a...

Romanian president Klaus Iohannis criticized in harsh terms the fiscal measures recently proposed by the Government, saying that this so-called fiscal revolution would most...

Ex-Romanian minister denounces ambassador pressure to name chief prosecutor

Former Romanian justice minister Titus Corlatean said yesterday that the US and Dutch ambassadors who were in Bucharest in 2012 pressured him to appoint...

Romania’s ex-justice minister comes with new “modest” threshold for abuse of office

Florin Iordache, an MP representing the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD) and former minister of justice, has come up with a new, “modest” threshold...
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