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PM Dancila: We are not a failed government, we are an efficient government

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Saturday stated that the Government is not a "failed" one, as labeled by President Klaus Iohannis, but an efficient one, and that the economic figures confirm it. "We are not a failed Government, as the President labeled us. He plays with words. It's very easy to offend someone. I never offend.

Billion Dollar Business: Illegal Puppies Trade from Eastern Europe

In our minds, smuggling is mainly related to the illicit transfer of drugs or alcohol. In recent years, however, there has been a boom in another business - the illegal puppies trade.

The illegal puppies trade brings huge profits. In Europe, dogs can only be exported after they are 15 weeks old and have all the required vaccinations. However, this does not stop greedy breeders.

PM Dancila: I want all political parties to assume as objective Romanians' welfare

The leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), Viorica Dancila has stated she wishes all political parties assumed as objective the Romanians' welfare and announced that the national minorities' parliamentary group in the Chamber of Deputies signed the National Pact for Romanians' welfare.

PM Dancila: I propose parliamentary parties to sign National Pact for Romanians' welfare

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila announced on Friday that she proposes the parliamentary parties to sign the National Pact for Romanians' welfare, mentioning that it should be the political guarantee to further increase the standard of living in the next period. "We have all seen in the last period countless proposals of pacts and agreements.

Opposition alliance suggests early election pact

The opposition Save Romania Union (USR) PLUS Alliance has suggested to President Klaus Iohannis, the National Liberal Party (PNL), the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR), the national minority group, Pro Romania and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) a pact on early election, USR national leader Dan Barna said on Monday at a news conference.

Bulgaria Is One of the Leaders in the EU in Death Cases Which Could Have Been Prevented

Bulgaria is at the forefront and at the end of two new charts by Eurostat and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development on premature death in the European Union. This is a published report of the European Statistical Office. These are deaths that have occurred but were preventable.

USR's Barna: Romania should overcome ethnic cleavage, with each voting for their ethnicity

Save Romania Union (USR) Chairman Dan Barna in Targu Mures on Saturday has said that Romania should overcome this "ethnic cleavage" in which each one votes for his/her ethnicity and that in a civilised, modern and educated Romania the ethnic matter should no longer be relevant. "This is the example that USR is giving, we have both Romanians and Hungarians in a perfect and normal collaboration.

Sarajevo Faces Tolerance Test with First Pride March

Sarajevo, which withstood a bloody siege by Bosnian Serb forces for 1,425 days during the 1992-95 war, has long been viewed as a city of tolerance, a cultural capital and a city that exudes resilience.

PM Dancila, addressing pensioners: You will always have partner in Romania's government; insults don't scare us

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila reassured on Sunday the Social Democratic Party (PSD, major at rule, ed.n.) pensioners that the government she is leading will always support them, that it will be a partner for them, that there is money for pensions, and added that she is not scared of protests or insults belonging to some "who do not want Romania's good." "It is not a national day, it is not jus

Romania's resident population stays less than 20 ml (statistical provisional data)

Romania's resident population was 19,405,000 as of January 1, 2019, by 125,500 less compared to January 1, 2018, shows provisional data released on Thursday by the National Institute of Statistics (INS). As of January 1, 2019 the urban population amounted to 10,450,000, by 0.5 percent less compared to January 1, 2018.