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POST-REVOLUTION ROMANIA, 1990: Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania gets established

The Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) was established on December 25, 1989, being registered with the Bucharest District 1 Courthouse on January 28, 1990, according to 'Political Parties' released by the AGERPRES National News Agency in 1993.

Dems say oust Trump or he’ll betray again; ‘He is who he is’

Closing out their case, House Democrats warned in Donald Trump's impeachment trial that the president will persist in abusing his power and endangering American democracy unless Congress intervenes to remove him before the 2020 election.

They then implored Republican senators to allow new testimony before rendering a final verdict.

Melescanu, on December '89 events: I saw in foreign press about clashes between army and protesters

The President of the Senate, Teodor Melescanu, said on Wednesday that in December 1989, when he was in Vienna, he did not receive any information from the country regarding the events in Timisoara and mentioned that he saw in the foreign press that clashes were taking place between the army and the protestors, resulting in loss of human lives. "At the end of the meeting [ed.n.

Constitutional Court finds election of Senate President unconstitutional (sources)

The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) on Wednesday sustained an objection over the election of Teodor Melescanu as President of the Senate, finding the election unconstitutional, CCR sources have told AGERPRES. AGERPRES (RO - author: Mihai Stoica, editor: Florin Marin; EN - author: Corneliu-Aurelian Colceriu, editor: Adina Panaitescu)

The US Senate Approved the Rules for Trump's Impeachment Process

The US Senate has approved the rules under which the impeachment process against President Donald Trump will take place, according to world agencies.

The rules were approved by a party-line vote - the resolution was passed with the support of 53 Republicans in the upper house of Congress, and the other 47 senators (45 Democrats and two independent senators) voted against.

The worst is yet to come

US President Donald Trump has been in office for three years. In that time, he has upended political norms both at home and abroad, realigned US political divisions from "left vs right" into "us vs them," and rewritten the rules about presidential communication, one tweet at a time.

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