News archive of August 2019
The excuse that the government had resorted to in early August when it deviated from the norm in the way it legislated in Parliament did initially carry some water.
At the time, the government sought to justify its 11th hour amendments to legislation concerning labor relations on the grounds that the issue had to be resolved before Parliament closed for the summer recess.
The US Navy guided-missile destroyer USS McFaul (DDG-74) is seen in the Thermaic Gulf in Thessaloniki on Saturday. The Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, which arrived in the northern port city on Friday, will remain docked there for a couple of days before returning to her homeport at Naval Station Norfolk, Commander Rusty J.
If the reshuffle doesn't pass, the Government stays in its old form, therefore this doesn't entail the Government change, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Saturday. "If the reshuffle doesn't pass, the Government stays in its old form. Therefore this doesn't entail the change of the Government.
The Social Democratic Party's (PSD) National Executive Committee (CExN) decided in Mamaia, on Saturday, to send President Klaus Iohannis to court for having stated that the Government is corrupt, PSD Chairwoman Viorica Dancila announced.
The Greek Health Ministry's Immunization Committee is planning to send the World Health Organization (WHO) a letter asking that it clarify its decision last week to list Greece among four European nations - including the Czech Republic, Albania and the United Kingdom - where measles is no longer considered eradicated.
Romania's Men's Four (M4-) team, made up of Mihaita Vasile Tiganescu, Mugurel Vasile Semciuc, Stefan Constantin Berariu and Cosmin Pascari won the silver medal on Saturday at the 2019 World Rowing Championships in Linz Ottensheim (Austria). Poland took the silver medal, in 06 min 09 sec 860/1000, followed by Romania, 06 min 11 sec 410/1000, and the UK came in third, in 06 min 11 sec 710/1000.