Romania Law

Romania Law

Europe
The starting point of Romanian law is found in Roman law, brought to Dacia by Roman colonists in the early years of the century. II d. C. and applied for more than one hundred and sixty years alongside the leges moresque peregrinorum. We do not know what these norms were in Dacia. Concrete proof of the importance of Roman law in Dacia can be found in the wax tablets discovered in Transylvania at Abrud (Alburnus maior), which contain a series of acts, in the forms prescribed by Roman law, although the majority of the parts were not Roman. From the retreat of the legions and officials (270 AD) the ties with the Empire are severed, which explains the lack of any influence of post-classical and Justinian law. The invading barbarians,…
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Romania 2007

Romania 2007

Europe
Yearbook 2007 Romania. "Welcome to Europe!" Romanian President Traian Băsescu greeted thousands of cheering Bucharest residents as the country entered the EU at the New Year seventeen years after the fall of the Communist dictatorship. But the cheer soon fell silent when the President accused Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu of trying to hide economic crime. According to CountryAAH, Bucharest is the capital city of Romania. The prime minister denied and backed off by accusing the president of undermining the government and himself being the center of shady business. The Prosecutor General was linked and the coalition government was shaken by the conflict between the Democratic Party which supported the President and the National Liberal Party which supported the Prime Minister. The Social Democrats in opposition, who were the country's…
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