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RADOR: News from Romania, 99-01-28

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From: RADOR Press Agency <http://indis.ici.ro/romania/news/rador.html>

January 28, 1999


CONTENTS

  • [01] Works of the Chamber of Deputies
  • [02] Senate's Permanent Bureau approved sanction against Senator Vadim Tudor
  • [03] Communique by Greater Romania Party's Parliament groups
  • [04] Position of the Alliance for Romania party on recent miners' protests and on the possibility for the Greater Romania Party to be outlawed
  • [05] Extraordinary session of the Directing Council of the Miners' Union Federation
  • [06] Visit of Romanian Prime-Minister to Germany
  • [07] Position of the Romanian Government's position on the matter of restrictions to Romanian citizens

  • [01] Works of the Chamber of Deputies

    The Chamber of Deputies has passed on Wednesday the first three articles of the emergency bill on states of siege and emergency as proposed by the experts commission. The states of siege and emergency are declared in exceptional cases generated by serious threats against national security, constitutional order and also as measures aimed to prevent, contain and recover from effects of disasters. The article on limitation of certain rights and liberties stated in the Constitution was long debated. Opposition representatives have called for the defence and internal ministers to attend the debates. RADOR, January 28

    [02] Senate's Permanent Bureau approved sanction against Senator Vadim Tudor

    The Senate's Permanent Bureau has approved sanction against Greater Romania Party leader Senator Corneliu Vadim Tudor. The sanction passed by by 6 for and 4 against and it consists in forbidding access of the senator to the works of the Senate. Senator C.V. Tudor can contest the decision within 15 days from acknowledgement. After that, the deicsion is going to be submitted to the Senate and become final. RADOR, January 28

    [03] Communique by Greater Romania Party's Parliament groups

    The Greater Romania Party's groups in the Senate and the Chamber of deputies have released a communique saying that some ruling coalition leaders and journalists are talking about outlawing the Greater Romania Party (GRP). The GRP Parliament groups have firmly rejected allegations that the miniers' protest action was conceived, coordinated and politically directed by the GRP. RADOR, January 28

    [04] Position of the Alliance for Romania party on recent miners' protests and on the possibility for the Greater Romania Party to be outlawed

    Alliance for Romania party dsaid it is against penal sanctions against participants in the miners' protests as these protests were not a coup attempt nor an actionaimed to undermine the state power. About outlawing the GRP, the spokesman for the Alliance for Romania party has called for a pertinent analysis to allow making the difference between party actions and actions by the party leader. RADOR, January 28

    [05] Extraordinary session of the Directing Council of the Miners' Union Federation

    The Directing Council of the Miners' Union Federation met on Wednesday in the city of Baia Mare and decided to recommend those participating in the miners' protests and those instigating the miners to resign unntil January 29 from the leading structures of the union, according to article 15 of the Federation's regulation. RADOR, January 28

    [06] Visit of Romanian Prime-Minister to Germany

    A Romanian Government delegation led by Prime-Minister Radu Vasile is in a visit to Germany. Before his departure Prime-Minister Vasile said that making such a visit was a proof of trust in the actual Romanian Government and in its capacity to continue the reforms - especialy after the miners protests that caused great damage to Romania's public image. The Prime- Minister also said that the meeting with Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder was a special event and that the visit had an economic purpose also as there would be talks on banking matters and on investments by German investors interested in Romanian small and medium companies. RADOR, January 28

    [07] Position of the Romanian Government's position on the matter of restrictions to Romanian citizens

    The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry announced on Wednesday that the Ministry had set up a document stating the Romanian Government's position on the matter of restrictions to Romanian citizens compared with the treatment citizens of other EU associate countries have. The Ministry is also due to take appropriate measures aimed to help reconsidering this situation in a favorable manner. The document was handed last week to the Greek Foreign Minister and to the Italian Foreign Ministry under-secretary and it is going to be handed to the foreign ministries of Great Britain, France, Luxembourg and Belgium with the occasion of the Romanian state secretary within the Foreign Ministry Elena Zamfirescu to these countries. The document it is also going to be handed to the European Commission and to other EU member countries. RADOR, January 28
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