Politics of Europe

ALDE's Tariceanu: Romania's liberal movement can be further strengthened

Chairman of the Alliance of Democrats and Liberals (ALDE) Calin Popescu-Tariceanu believes that the Liberal movement in Romania can be strengthened in the future, emphasizing that in the 30 years since the recreation of the National Liberal Party (PNL) he has done everything in his power to stay true to the liberal ideas.

Kosovo: War Commanders Questioned as Prosecutors Step Up Probes

After his invitation for interview as a suspect, Haradinaj, a former KLA commander, resigned as premier in July.

He has already been tried twice by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague and was acquitted both times, and he insisted that the Specialist Chambers would not undermine the KLA's legacy.

Barna, after meeting PM: Important victory, prorogation of special pensions for mayors by one year

Save Romania Union (USR) proposed more than 60 amendments to the law on the state budget for 2020, among which one referring to the postponement of the application of the law on introducing special pensions for mayors, the head of this political party, Dan Barna, made the announcement on Monday.

Macron's secret plan revealed

"The French President has spent the past two years setting up his chess pieces. Now, with the new European Commission in office, he wants to get down to the work itself — breaking the political deadlock he says is holding back Europe on the global stage", says Beaune, stating that Macron made a conceptual framework, as Politico reveals.

Prosecutor: Seeks acquittal of 17 Golden Dawn ex-MPs, blames only man who knifed Fyssas

A prosecutor has proposed that ll 17 former MPs of the far right Golden  party and over 40 others were acquitted for the September, 2013 murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas after a four-year trial trial, by prosecutor Adamantia Economou.

The decision caused a strong backlash, as the prosecution presented a host of witnesses, documents, and digital evidence