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Cluj-Napoca Mayor, Emil Boc, attended the 146th CoR Plenary Session and has expressed the need for an urgent and coherent European response, to the rapid increase of energy prices over the past few months.
Prime Minister Florin Cîțu has fired both the head of National Agency for Quality Management in Health and also the manager of the manager of the Infectious Diseases Hospital in Constanța, following a deadly fire which broke out in the ICU today (Friday October 1st, 2021). The third fatal fire at a hospital in the past 12 months.
The former president of the Social Democrat Party (PSD) who was sentenced to prison for abuse of office in 2018, has been released after Giurgiu Court granted the request for release.
President, Klaus Iohannis condemned actions of those who participated in protests against the restrictions and “attempted to politically seize the protests and turn them in vectors to spread hatred, xenophobia and antisemitism”.
A study, conducted by Income Tax UK, has indicated that Romania ranks as the second highest taxing country across Europe. Bulgaria was revealed to be the best European country to live in, if you wish to pay the lowest amount of tax, with a flat tax rate of 10%.
Cases have now reached 6.57 per 1000 inhabitants in Cluj-Napoca, as revealed by DSP Cluj on March 23rd, 2021. However, the mayor informs that there will not be any lockdowns, saying it would be “fatal” for the city. DSU is planning to discuss changes to measures on March 25th.
President Klaus Iohannis, made a press statement on March 9th, in which he addresses a number of topics such as investments in hospitals, jobs and also the likelihood that the current curfew will be changed to 10pm instead of 11pm as cases continue to rise in Romania.
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