Ethnic groups in Europe
The Bosnian state court announced on Friday that it has discontinued the trial of Milan Bogdanovic, whose acquittal on charges of capturing Bosniak men after the fall of Srebrenica in July 1995, and enabling others to abuse and kill them, was being appealed by the prosecution, because the defendant has died.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Thursday that the censure motion against the Social Democratic Party (PSD) government is a great success, warning that "the battle with PSD has not ended." "Done! Today Romania has won! Today, the vote of the Romanians cast on May 26 at the referendum is wholly, fully respected.
The Bosnian prosecution said on Monday that the incomplete remains of a war victim have been exhumed by investigators in Trnovo in the Sekovici municipality.
"The exhumation of the terrain at the Trnovo site, in the municipality of Sekovici, has been completed and the incomplete remains of one person have been found," the prosecution said in a statement.
The European Labor Day will be celebrated in Bulgaria with an electronic labor exchange in Sofia, organized by the Employment Agency. It will be opened by Zornitsa Rusinova, Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Policy.
Without the need for on-site presence, the online job market will enable jobseekers and employers across Europe to communicate for free.
National leader of the Save Romania Union (USR) told a news conference in Braila on Friday that the prospect of a run-off between him and the PNL candidate would show Romania getting better. "The prospect of having a second round presidential election between the PNL candidate and the USR-PLUS candidate would indicate that Romania is getting better.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila stated on Saturday that she will "definitely" not withdraw from the presidential race in favour of Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) leader Calin Popescu Tariceanu, because she is and will remain "a fair person" toward the colleagues in the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and the Romanians "who have confidence in her." "No, definitely not.
Secretary General of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Mihai Fifor stated on Saturday in the meeting of the party's Extraordinary Congress that the Social-Democrats are ready to give Romania the first woman president. "Romanians no longer have patience. They have waited too long for a hardworking and involved president. A president of all Romanians.