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  1. Athene Palace: Bucharest (Hitler's New Order Comes to Romania) by R. G Waldeck, 1942
  2. Agreement Between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of Romania for the Promotion and Reciprocal ... (Cm.: Treaty Series: 1996: 3424: No. 84)
  3. Exchange of Notes Between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of Romania Amending the 1968 Consular ... (Cm.: Treaty Series: 1992: 2044: No.62) by Great Britain, 1992-12-31
  4. Treaty with the government of Romania concerning the reciprocal encouragement and protection of investment : report (to accompany treaty doc. 102-36) (SuDoc Y 1.1/6:103-7) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1993
  5. Romania: Municipal creditworthiness and local government decentralization by Mark D Belcher, 1997
  6. Agreement Between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of Romania on the Establishment and Activities ... (Cm.: Treaty Series: 1994: 2538: No. 25) by Romania, 1994-12-31
  7. Agreement Between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of Romania on Co-Operation in the Field ... Health (Cm.: Treaty Series: 1992: 2077: 71) by Great Britain, 1992-12-31
  8. Medium term fiscal projection for selected countries in transition: The Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania : the government side (Raporty CASE) by Michal Gorzelak, 1999
  9. Financial profile of eight general purpose local governments in Romania: Final by Francis J Conway, 1997
  10. Aproposed agreement between the government of the United States and the government of Romania : message from the President of the United States transmitting ... to 42 U.S.C. 2153(b) (SuDoc Y 1.1/7:106-13) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1999
  11. Report on the foreign policy of the Romanian Communist Party and of the government of the Socialist Republic of Romania by Nicolae Ceaușescu, 1967
  12. Modern Romania: The End of Communism, the Failure of Democratic Reform, and the Theft of a Nation by Tom Gallagher, 2005-06-01
  13. Constitutional pillars for new democracies: The cases of Bulgaria and Romania (Studies in government) by Tony Verheijen, 1995
  14. Romania's unfinished revolution (Occasional paper / East European Studies) by Anneli Ute Gabanyi, 1991

41. Romania Directory: Government
romania Directory government, including embassies and consulates HomesTop Regional Europe romania government. CATEGORIES. Embassies and Consulates and events organised or promoted by

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Parliament: Senate
Official site of Romanian Parliament's upper chamber: senators, standing bureau, permanent committees, parliamentary groups, staff, history. In English, French and Romanian.
Romanian Customs Administration
Structure, history, legislation and utilities an Romania Customs Administration. Links to Romania Governmental Institutions.
International Monetary Fund
Includes a list of stand-by arrangements and details about them, useful links and other IMF reports. The Romanian Energy Policy Association - APER Professional association running regular energy policy events, publishing energy policy newsletters and maintaining a members resource center in the heart of Bucharest. Working languages English and Romanian. APER is a non-profit, non-political NGO. Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Of Romania Information on the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, its officials, Romania's foreign policy, Romanian diplomatic missions abroad and foreign diplomatic missions in Bucharest, consular and visa.

42. NGO Romania, Portalul Organizatiilor Neguvernamentale
Project of the Romanian Telework Society, providing internet and general support to nongovernment organizations within the country. News, articles, directory of nonprofits.
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43. Government Of Romania
the invitation of the Prime minister of romania, Mr. Adrian Nstase, on Monday, May official visit in romania.( government of romania Spokesperson of the government - 16.05.2004
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45. Romania Profile: Government
Moldova. government type republic. Independence of 2004). National holiday Unification Day (of romania and Transylvania), 1 December (1918).

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  • 46. GlobalEDGE (TM) | Country Insights - Overview Of Romania
    Includes statistics, history, economy and government.

    47. GUIDE TO LAW ONLINE: Romania
    The Guide to Law Online is an annotated compendium of sources accessible through the Internet. Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about
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    48. Romania/Government - Encyclopedia Article About Romania/Government. Free Access,
    encyclopedia article about romania/government. romania/government in Free online English dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia. romania/government.
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    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Romania România
    (In Detail) (Full size)
    National motto: none
    Official language Romanian
    Capital Bucharest
    President Ion Iliescu
    Prime Minister Adrian Nastase
    - Total
    - % water Ranked 78th
    238,391 km² Population - Total (2002) - Density Ranked 49th Independence May 9, 1877 Currency Leu Time zone UTC +2/+3 Internet TLD .RO Calling Code 40 Click the link for more information. 's 1991 constitution, amended in 2003 The Romanian Constitution is the fundamental law that establishes the structure of the government of Romania, the rights and obligations of the country's citizens, and its mode of passing laws. It stands as the basis of the legitimacy of the Romanian government. The constitution was most recently revised by a national referendum on October 18-19, 2003. The new constitution, which took effect October 29, 2003, follows the structure of the Constitution of 1991, but makes significant revisions. Click the link for more information.

    49. Archaeological Professional Associoation Romania
    Nongovernment and non-profit organization to encourage and develop archaeological research, beginning with field research and the processing of collected data up to interpretation and publication.
    The contents of this site - text, images, and data - are intended for personal information only. Written permission from APAR is required for the publication of any material. Any use of this material should credit the Asociaþia Profesionalã a Arheologilor din România. For additional details, send an e-mail to Asociatia Profesionalã a Arheologilor din Romania
    Last modified: November 1, 2001

    Consulting specialist on local government at Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in romania, and executive director of the Local government Research Institution.
    var google_language="en"; var adHB=true; wDoL("top","DNXSKGD"); wCls("DNXSKGD"); wDoL("btm","DNXSKGD"); showA("DNXSKGD"); E-mail: Románia Alkotmánya További anyagok: fejlesztés alatt ROMÁNIA ALKOTMÁNYA (1991) A 2003-as módosításokkal egységes szerkezetben
    I. cím: Általános elvek 1. szakasz – A román állam
    (1) Románia szuverén és független, egységes és oszthatatlan nemzetállam.
    (2) A román állam kormányformája a köztársaság.
    (4) Az állam a hatalmak – a törvényhozás, a végrehajtás és az igazságszolgáltatás – elválasztásának és egyensúlyának elvei szerint van megszervezve, az alkotmányos demokrácia keretében.
    2. szakasz – A szuverenitás
    (1) A nemzeti szuverenitás a román nép sajátja, amely azt szabad, periodikus és tisztességes választásokon megalakult képviseleti szervein, valamint népszavazáson keresztül gyakorolja.
    (2) Egyetlen csoport vagy személy sem gyakorolhatja a szuverenitást saját nevében.
    3. szakasz – A terület
    (1) Románia területe elidegeníthetetlen.
    (2) Az ország határait organikus törvény szentesíti, a nemzetközi jog elveinek és általánosan elfogadott szabályainak betartásával. (3) Közigazgatási szempontból, a terület községek, városok és megyék szerint van szervezve. A törvény feltételei között, egyes városokat municípiummá lehet nyilvánítani.

    51. Romanian Information & Translation Services By Dan Traian Clinciu
    romanianEnglish translation, including technical and legal. Business consulting services for companies and individuals on law, adoption, travel, geography, economics, government protocol and requirements, history. Professional contacts in romania.
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    52. CNN - Romanian Government Announces Deal Ending Miners' Strike - January 22, 199

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    Romanian government announces deal ending miners' strike
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    January 22, 1999
    Web posted at: 11:33 p.m. EST (0433 GMT) BUCHAREST, Romania (CNN) The Romanian government on Friday said it had reached an agreement with striking coal miners who had repeatedly clashed with security forces in a week-long protest that injured 100 people and brought the country to the brink of emergency law. Prime Minister Radu Vasile, who met miners' leader Miron Cozma for negotiations at a monastery near Rimnicu Vilcea , northwest of Bucharest, announced the breakthrough and said the immediate crisis was over. "Neither the miners nor the government won. Only the country won, because there will be peace," Vasile said. He did not release details of the agreement, saying they would be ironed out in Bucharest in the coming weeks.

    53. International Adoption - Romania
    The romanian government has advised our Embassy in Bucharest that those cases that the government of romania has already approved under the exception
    Update on Romanian Moratorium on International Adoption
    (June 10, 2004) For the latest information on the draft Romanian adoption legislation, please visit the U.S. Embassy Web site at:
    A moratorium on adoptions by the Romanian government has been in place since October 2001, but Romania has allowed exceptions to the moratorium for reasons such as family reunification and for children typically the most difficult to place domestically in Romania, such as older children or children with special needs. The Department of State now is aware that the Romanian Government issued an emergency ordinance, dated February 5, that appears to prohibit all future intercountry adoptions from Romania and repeal these exceptions to the moratorium. The Romanian Government has advised our Embassy in Bucharest that those cases that the Government of Romania has already approved under the exception provisions will be allowed to proceed to conclusion under the provisions of this ordinance. We know that there are disappointed prospective parents whose plans to adopt Romanian children have been adversely affected by this moratorium. The U.S. Government places great importance on resolving this issue so that these children can be placed in loving, stable and permanent homes. The moratorium has been a high profile issue for the State Department since 2001. As noted above, we have engaged the Government of Romania consistently at all levels to encourage and assist them to develop an adoption system in Romania that would address problems in the previous system and allow adoptions to resume. We intend to continue our frank dialogue with Romanian officials on these issues. However, fundamental decisions on these issues are the purview of the Romanian government. We cannot predict with certainty that the proposed legislation will address all of our concerns favorably.

    Provides local news from business, history, government, and travelling.

    55. ABC Country Book Of Romania - Government Flag, Map, Economy, Geography, Climate,
    romania Interactive Factbook GEOGRAPHY, Flag, Map,Geography, People, government, Economy, Transportation, Communications.




    • Names:
        conventional long form:
            conventional short form:
                local long form:
                    local short form:
                    • Digraph: RO
                    • Type: republic
                    • Capital: Bucharest
                    • Administrative divisions: 40 counties (judete, singular - judet) and 1 municipality* (municipiu); Alba, Arad, Arges, Bacau, Bihor, Bistrita-Nasaud, Botosani, Braila, Brasov, Bucuresti*, Buzau, Calarasi, Caras-Severin, Cluj, Constanta, Covasna, Dimbovita, Dolj, Galati, Gorj, Giurgiu, Harghita, Hunedoara, Ialomita, Iasi, Maramures, Mehedinti, Mures, Neamt, Olt, Prahova, Salaj, Satu Mare, Sibiu, Suceava, Teleorman, Timis, Tulcea, Vaslui, Vilcea, Vrancea
                    • Independence: 1881 (from Turkey; republic proclaimed 30 December 1947)
                    • National holiday: National Day of Romania, 1 December (1990)
                    • Constitution: 8 December 1991
                    • Legal system: former mixture of civil law system and Communist legal theory; is now based on the Constitution of France's Fifth Republic
                    • Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal

    56. Romania - Government, History, Population, Geography And Maps
    Then in February 1997, romania embarked on a comprehensive macroeconomic stabilization 1997, however, this total includes firms with governmentheld minority
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    Geography [Top of Page] Location: Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Ukraine Geographic coordinates: 46 00 N, 25 00 E Map references: Europe Area:
    total: 237,500 sq km
    land: 230,340 sq km
    water: 7,160 sq km slightly smaller than Oregon Land boundaries:
    total: 2,508 km
    border countries: Bulgaria 608 km, Hungary 443 km, Moldova 450 km, Serbia and Montenegro 476 km (all with Serbia), Ukraine (north) 362 km, Ukraine (east) 169 km Coastline: 225 km Maritime claims:
    contiguous zone: 24 nm
    continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation exclusive economic zone: 200 nm territorial sea: 12 nm Climate: temperate; cold, cloudy winters with frequent snow and fog; sunny summers with frequent showers and thunderstorms Terrain: central Transylvanian Basin is separated from the Plain of Moldavia on the east by the Carpathian Mountains and separated from the Walachian Plain on the south by the Transylvanian Alps Elevation extremes: lowest point: Black Sea m highest point: Moldoveanu 2,544 m
  • 57. Romanian Government
    The romanian government. Country name conventional long form none conventional short form romania local long form none local short form romania.

    58. Portal - LinksDossier - Romania - Government
    romania government. Here is the current romanian government composition with links to the ministries websites and ministers CVs.

    59. Romania / Government
    romania / governmentS. INSTITUTIONS. government OF romania. Sito ufficiale del governo con documenti e il programma politico fino al
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    / GOVERNMENTS INSTITUTIONS GOVERNMENT OF ROMANIA Sito ufficiale del governo con documenti e il programma politico fino al 2001 (in inglese)
    Official site of the Romanian government with documents and the political programme until 2001 (in English)

    Sito ufficiale della Presidenza della Repubblica rumena con informazioni sul Capo dello Stato, la struttura della presidenza e le residenze (in inglese)

    Official site of the Presidency of Romanian Republic with information about the Head of State, structure and residences (in English)
    MINISTRIES MINISTRY OF FINANCES MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS Sito ufficiale del ministero delle Finanze. Dalla storia al bollettino periodico (in inglese)
    Official site of the Ministry of Finances. Includes history and a periodical bulletin (in English)

    60. Romania - Government - Flag Description
    IndexMundi Home. Flag of romania romania Flag description.
    Romania - Flag description
    Home Romania Government three equal vertical bands of blue (hoist side), yellow, and red; the national coat of arms that used to be centered in the yellow band has been removed; now similar to the flag of Chad, also resembles the flags of Andorra and Moldova Source: CIA World Factbook
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