civil society

StateSec Grigore: Romania will always be a supporter and promoter of religious freedom, tolerance

State Secretary Maria Magdalena Grigore stressed on Thursday at the ministerial conference dedicated to the promotion of religious freedom organized by the US State Department, the fact that Romania will always be a supporter and promoter of religious freedom, as well as of the spirit of tolerance, the Foreign Ministry (MAE) informs.

USR Congress/Dan Barna: I am asking you to trust me I can succesfully represent you as presidential candidate

Chairman of the Save Romania Union (USR) Dan Barna, who also threw his hat in the ring for the Union's presidential nomination, asked the 500 delegates at the USR congress today to trust him that he can successfully represent the formation in the presidential election this autumn. "Now is our time!

Sofia Municipality Renews Historic Neighborhoods in Sofia on Europe – 2020 Program

BGN 125 000 under Priority 2 of the program BGN 125 000 will be earmarked for renovation and refurbishment of abandoned municipal buildings, historical districts and public spaces in Sofia.

 These are some of the activities set out in Priority Area 2 of the Europe 2020 Program of Sofia Municipality.

Iohannis welcomes Venice Commission's adopting parameters on relationship between majority, opposition

Romania's President Klaus Iohannis welcomes the adoption by the Venice Commission of "Parameters on the relationship between the parliamentary majority and the opposition in a democracy: a checklist," according to a press statement released by the Presidential Administration.

Kosovo Marchers Against Parties Financing Bill Complain of Violence

Members of civil society groups in Kosovo accused the security guards of the ruling Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK, of pushing them away from the party building on Monday as they were protesting in a "March for Refusal", as they called it, over the new bill on financing political parties.

By 2025 Between 10 and 15% of All Jobs Will Disappear

Expectations are that by 2025 between 10 and 15% of all jobs, will disappear, according to BTA. This is what Bulgarian Deputy Speaker Georgi Gyokov told a conference on "The future of labor - a future for the workers or a future for the capital"? in Sofia Hotel Balkan. The Forum is organized by the Solidarity Society Foundation and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.

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