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Inscop: Approx. 60 pct of Romanians believe gov't should stay in office until term actually expires

Approx. 60 per cent of the Romanians believe that the government should stay in office until the term actually expires and that Romania needs a new Constitution, an Inscop Research poll revealed on Friday.

Photo credit: (c) inscop.ro

Turkey, Russia seek 'legitimate' route to Crimea for Turkish delegation

An unofficial Turkish delegation is set to visit Crimea to examine alleged human rights violations against Crimean Tatars, but the visit is being delayed until Ankara and Moscow can determine a route for the commission so that Turkey does not imply recognition of Russian control of the peninsula.

Iohannis in Poland: After years of disappointments, we will build a Romania never to abandon

AGERPRES special correspondent Florentina Peia reports: Romania's President Klaus Iohannis said Thursday in Warsaw, Poland, that after years of disappointments and failures a new Romania will be built which citizens will no longer feel like abandoning.

Photo credit: (c) Alex MICSIK / AGERPRES PHOTO

Big Drop in Student Numbers Worries Romania

Romania needs to increase the number of people in higher education by at least 10 per cent by 2020 and stop the sharp fall in the number of people going to university, an Education Ministry paper says.

According to official data, only 465,000 students enrolled in late 2013, compared to 891,000 only four years earlier.

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