Carmen Mihălcescu: The request to convene an extraordinary session does not meet all the legal and regulatory provisions Vicepresident of the Chamber of Deputies Carmen Mihălcescu, who took on monday the
Carmen Mihălcescu: The request to convene an extraordinary session does not meet all the legal and regulatory provisions
Vicepresident of the Chamber of Deputies Carmen Mihălcescu, who took on monday the duties of the President of this Chamber, Liviu Dragnea, considers that the request of PNL, USR and PMP to convoke an extraordinary session between August 20 and 24 does not meet all the legal and regulatory provisions.
German public television, ARD – ample feature on Liviu Dragnea, corruption scandals he is involved in
ARD, the German public television, has broadcast an ample feature about PSD leader and Chamber of Deputies Speaker, Liviu Dragnea and about the corruption scandals he is involved in. The feature presents the anti-government rally on August 10 and point at Liviu Dragnea as the one guilty for what is going on in Romania, hotnews.ro informs. The journalists have analysed the corruption scandals Dragnea is involved in and also the sentences received in court. The German journalists also present footage with the Belina Lake, which is included in one of the criminal files concerning the social-democrat leader. “In the focus of criticism is Liviu Dragnea, the Parliament Speaker. He has a public position in Bucharest but at home, in the country, it seems he is filling his pockets without restraint,” the German journalists say.
Source: Romania Journal
Transgaz will invest 360 million euros for the pipeline to take over the Black Sea gas
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