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Peles Museum, emblematic Romanian culture heritage site

Culture Minister Bogdan Gheorghiu said on Tuesday in Sinaia, that the Peles Museum is an emblematic Romanian culture heritage site, pointing out that it is the museum that draws the highest revenues in the country. "It was very important to open the Peles Museum. (...) The Peles Museum (...) lives exclusively from its own revenues. It draws the highest museum revenues in the country.

Renault reports suspension of planned capacity increase projects in Morocco, Romania to cut costs

Group Renault announced on Friday it was suspending planned capacity increase projects in Romania and Morocco as part of a plan to reduce fixed costs globally. According to a press statement released by the French group, the objective of reducing fixed costs by more than 2 billion euros over 3 years aims to restore the group's competitiveness and ensure its long-term development.

GCS: Another 13 persons infected with the novel coronavirus dead; death toll - 1,094

Bucharest, May 16 /Agerpres/ - Another 13 persons infected with the novel coronavirus have died in Romania, the number of deceased from this cause reaching 1,094, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) informed on Saturday. The dead are two women and 11 men, with ages between 52 and 87. All the deceased suffered from other diseases.

Over 100 persons protesting in Victory Square

Bucharest, May 16 /Agerpres/ - Over 100 persons are protesting on Saturday, in Victory Square, in front of the Government building, against the measures adopted by the Government to manage the COVID-19 pandemic. The gendarmes present distributed flyers to the protesters on the topic of infection with the novel coronavirus, said, for AGERPRES, representatives of the Bucharest Gendarmerie.

Ciolacu says PSD will file complaint with CNCD against President for incitement to hatred

Interim Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Marcel Ciolacu has announced on Friday that the party he leads will file a complaint with the National Council for Combating Discrimination (CNCD) against President Klaus Iohannis for "incitement to hatred based on the spreading of false information," following the statements regarding the draft law on the autonomy of the Szeklerland.

Top court president: Romanian society has somewhat negative perception of judiciary

President of the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) Corina Corbu said on Wednesday on the occasion of the meeting for the review of the institution's 2019 activity that, to a certain degree, the Romanian society has a negative perception of the judiciary. "I have never shunned from publicly stating things that are perhaps less pleasant.

Iordache to CCR: Early elections should be exclusively consequence of Parliament failing to function

Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Florin Iordache maintained on Monday, at the Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR), that early elections should only be triggered if Parliament is not functioning, not as a result of the political action of the head of state.