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The governors from Chisinau have changed their direction after the parliamentary elections. Many activists from Romania who support the European integration of the Republic of Moldova received an interdiction from entering the second Romanian state. This event happened after the election process was over, when the pro-European organizations were subjected to intimidating inquisitions. This organization… » read more

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This Sunday presidential elections were held in Romania. The Socialist Victor Ponta and the Populist Klaus Iohannis met in the second round of the elections.   Yes, the second candidate in the presidential election campaign was a German with a 500-year family history in Romania. To the amazement of a divided Europe, the Romanians have… » read more

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Long before the actual elections that lead to a new European Parliament, the leaders of the most powerful states had asserted that the European Union would stop its enlargement. This direct restriction is interesting given the fact that we have all presumed that enlargement is about standards and not necessarily about economic interests. Should we… » read more

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