Simona Klodnischi

Uber, Bolt and Clever launch online petition demanding fast ride-sharing regulation

The Coalition for Digital Economy, an independent organization that represents the major ride-sharing and e-hailing companies in Romania Uber, Bolt and Clever, launched the online petition #continuam, an initiative for everyone who wants modern urban transport services to continue working in Romania, the association said in a release.

PSD's Dragnea on European Commission warning letter: Corina Cretu has voted against Romania

Chairman of the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD) Liviu Dragnea said on Thursday that if the College of Commissioners has unanimously voted on the letter whereby the European Commission warns Romania about the changes to the laws of justice, then European Commissioner Corina Cretu has voted against her country.

Liberal leader Orban: Referendum vital, as it allows Romanians to ban amnesty and pardoning of corruption crimes

Chairman of the National Liberal Party (PNL) Ludovic Orban told a press conference in Targoviste that the May 26 referendum "is vital" because it gives Romanians the possibility to ban through their vote amnesty and pardoning.

More than 60 Bucharest institutions, 36 counties join into 'Night of Museums' event

This year's Night of Museums marks a record high participation - with more than 60 partner institutions in Bucharest and events held in 36 counties, event manager Dragos Neamu announced on Wednesday. "What makes me most happy is that at each edition we improved our participation record.

Iohannis: PSD's campaign rhetoric anti-European, embarrassing

President Klaus Iohannis said on Tuesday that the ruling Social Democratic Party's (PSD) campaign rhetoric is anti-European and described it as "embarrassing". "There is this group called PSD. Unfortunately, they are not so pro-European. (...) Here is a party that starts to campaign with anti-European rhetoric. Embarrassing," Iohannis said at the launch of his third volume "EU.RO.

#Europeanelections2019 PRO Romania's Ponta: What's at stake on May 26 is persuading Social Democrats abandon Dragnea

PRO Romania Chairman and candidate for the European Parliament Victor Ponta told a press conference in Oradea this Tuesday that what's truly at stake in the May 26 vote is to persuade the Social Democrats to abandon party head Liviu Dragnea and mutiny against him. "I think that something more important is at play on May 26 than voting for the 32 Romanians.

Tariceanu: Glad to have had chance to put my signature on act that restored May 10 national holiday

Senate Chairman Calin Popescu-Tariceanu this Friday expressed his satisfaction for having succeeded, through the act he put his signature on a few years ago, to bring the day of May 10 back to the place it deserves, among the nation's great holidays; Tariceanu added that increasingly more Romanians should understand the role of the monarchy in the development of the nation.

Over one hundred traditional craftsmen to show their mastery to participans in May 9 EPP Sibiu Summit

The participants in the May 9 European People's Party Summit in Sibiu will have the opportunity to see over one hundred traditional craftsmen show their mastery at the Dumbrava Sibiului Open-air Museum, as the institution marks Europe Day with an action called "Rural Europe," ASTRA Museum said in a release.

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