News archive of July 2020
The government wanted to tackle the issue of retroactive dues to pensioners for good, avoiding mass court cases in the future and clearing the fiscal horizon of dangerous uncertainties, so on Wednesday it announced payouts to pensioners for their main pensions, in accordance with the verdict of the Council of State.
In "Between Two Worlds," artist Chris Akordalitis presents humorous vignettes with almost comical protagonists that belie the deeper emotional impact of his work. The Cypriot artist, who studied painting and sculpture in Germany, is showing this series at the Dio Horia gallery in Mykonos through August 7. The venue is open daily from 7 p.m. to midnight, and by appointment.
Multiculturalism and diversity in Romania are an inexhaustible source of power, faith and creativity, the Minister of Culture, Bogdan Gheorghiu, said on Friday, in his message at the opening of the Haferland Festival, dedicated to Saxon culture, which is being held online until Sunday. "I congratulate the organizers of the Haferland Festival for the bold choice to organize this event online.
The European Commission opened 38 infringement cases against Romania in 2019, according to the 2019 annual report monitoring the implementation of European Union law published on Friday by the European Commission.