20.11.2019

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  • King Mihai I died on December 5, 2017, aged 96, at his home in Switzerland, as announced by the Royal House.

  • King Mihai I (1927-1930; 1940-1947) was born on October 25, 1921, in Sinaia, as the son of King Carol II (1930-1940) and Queen Elena, Princess of Greece.

  • The Romanian chief diplomat participated on Friday in the launch of the public communication campaign We are NATO at the Faculty of Law of the Bucharest University.

  • Present at the CSM headquarters, PG Lazar was asked by journalists how he explains the way deputies voted the amendments to the law on magistrates' statute.

09/12/17 14:25

King Mihai I dies (biography)

King Mihai I died on December 5, 2017, aged 96, at his home in Switzerland, as announced by the Royal House. King Mihai I (1927-1930; 1940-1947) was born on October 25, 1921, in Sinaia, as the son of King Carol II (1930-1940) and Queen Elena, Princess of Greece. After...

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Opposition accuses Power for pursuit of "judicial system disruption"

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ForMin Melescanu: Romania steady on position, let Israel, Palestine live in good neighborliness

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Romania's IT sector turning into international companies' playground

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PG Lazar: Amending Justice laws to surely disrupt Romanian Justice

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President Iohannis: Justice independence, public positions' integrity - constitutional values not to be negotiated, restricted, eliminated

Promoting the rule of law and Justice independence, fighting against corruption, ensuring integrity in public positions and dignities are constitutional values that cannot be negotiated, President Klaus Iohannis stated on Friday in a message sent on the occasion of Romania's...

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