Saturday, July 7, 2012
NEW YORK TIMES : UZURPAREA PUTERII SI DISTRUGEREA DEMOCRATIEI IN ROMANIA !
Cititi New York Times de azi
UZURPAREA PUTERII SI DISTRUGEREA DEMOCRATIEI
The political crisis in Romania deepened Friday after the Parliament in Bucharest voted to impeach President Traian Basescu amid rising international criticism of the government’s apparent attempts to usurp power and subvert the country’s young democracy.
CURTEA CONSTITUTIONALA :
BASESCU NU A INCALCAT CONSTITUTIA
The Constitutional Court ruled Friday that Mr. Basescu had not violated the Constitution,
COMISIA EUROPEANA AVERTIZEAZA ROMANIA
In a statement on Friday, the European Commission said it was “concerned about current developments in Romania,” in particular the moves to reduce the power of independent institutions like the Constitutional Court.
“The rule of law, the democratic checks and balances and the independence of the judiciary are cornerstones of the European democracy and indispensable for mutual trust within the European Union,” it said.
MERKEL IESE LA ATAC
IA spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany said Friday that she was watching the situation “with deep concern.”
ROMANIA SI UNGARIA AU ATINS PUCTUL CRITIC IN
INCERCAREA DE-A SUBMINA DEMOCRATIA !
The situation in Romania was the latest example of instability and weakening democratic institutions in the former Communist bloc. Civil society groups have criticized Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, for undermining democracy there. But the attention of European leaders appears to be so absorbed by the euro crisis that problems elsewhere seem to attract attention only when they reach a critical point.
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