Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, August 15 - 29, 2018
The Chamber of Deputies and the Senate are set to convene September 3rd (Monday) at 4:00 PM, thus signaling the start of the ordinary Parliamentary session for the second half of 2018. Between August 29 and September 2, the National Executive Committee of PSD is to convene in Neptun to trace lines of action for the upcoming year, since both presidential and European Parliament elections are to take place in 2019. The letter of PSD senator Ecaterina Andronescu requesting the resignation of Liviu Dragnea might also constitute a subject of discussion, as well as the evaluation of several Ministers’ activity in the current Gov’t. ALDE met on August 28 and on the agenda there have been new legislative proposals soon to be initiated, including the Law of Lobbying, since this type of activity is currently unregulated.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, March 8 -15, 2017
Weeks after being repealed, Government Emergency Ordinance No 13 continues to be the bone of contention in the public sphere. The aftershock of the GEO 13 affair made an impact on the relationship between state institutions, and caused tensions within the ruling majority. On Friday, March 10, the Constitutional Court of Romania published the motivation of the decision acknowledging the institutional conflict between the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) and the Government. CCR highlighted that it holds sole powers over investigating Emergency Ordinances. On the other hand, General Prosecutor Augustin Lazăr confirmed that the ongoing investigationis following its due course, as prosecutors uncovered criminal acts as forgery or destruction of official documents.


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission November 30 - December 7, 2016
The electoral campaign entered its final week and political parties are taking last-minute measures in order to secure a higher number of votes. Whereas during the previous week, Social Democrats were hinting at a possible break-up between Dacian Cioloș and the National Liberals, this week it was PNL’s turn to stand up against the Social Democrats. Recent debates have revolved around the office of Prime Minister. On the one hand, USR and PNL have already designated PM Cioloș for a second term. On the other hand, PSD adopted a different strategy and avoided designating a Prime Minister just yet. Whereas the beginning of the electoral campaign focused on electoral platforms and governing plans, the latest topics of electoral debate revolved around the appointment of a new prime minister.


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