Does Romania have a president?
Yes; Romania is a semi-presidential republic with a president whom is head of state and a prime minister whom is head of government.
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Traian Basescu is the President of Romania. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected in 2009 …for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
Romania is in SE Europe.. Romania is in Eastern Central Europe. (45 with 45 degrees). Next to: Hungary, Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria, Serbia, Black Sea.. Romania is a medium sized country in Eastern/Central Europe.
If you mean "culture" in a historic content then Romania has a byzantine orthodox culture(but with its own specific traits) similar to Greece and the other eastern orthodox countries like Serbia,Bulgaria,Russia,etc. in a modern context Romania has a western culture
Romania is founded after the Roman Empire conquered Dacia, after the second great war with Roman Empire and Dacia (101-102, 105-106 B.C.) The independent state of Romania was founded after the war (1877-1878) with the Turk.
Romania was not founded by one specific individual. However, it wasfounded as a group effort after the Roman Empire conquered Dacia.
Following Theodor Stolojan's surprise withdrawal from the 2004 presidential elections, BÄsescu entered the presidential race on behalf of the Justice and Truth Alliance. His main opponent was then Prime Minister and PSD president Adrian NÄstase. Like BÄsescu, NÄstase was a former Communi…st Party member. Although NÄstase came out ahead in the first round by 7%, BÄsescu achieved a surprise comeback and won the December 12 run-off election by a 2.46% margin, receiving 51.23% of the vote.. Running on a strong reform and anti-corruption platform, BÄsescu's victory was characterized in the media as Romania's "Orange Revolution", in reference to the reformists' perceived victory in neighboring Ukraine during the same period. It was also a reference to the orange color used by the winning Justice and Truth Alliance.  In line with an agreement between the PD and PNL, he appointed PNL leader Popescu-TÄriceanu as Prime Minister (MORE)
After the census from 20 October 2012 the population of Romania is 20 121 141.
you can buy wine...wine here are very famous...the red wine is more popular..try 'mur fatler' red wines or 'lacrima lui ovidiu' wines
Romania used to be a wealthy European state before the 2nd World War. Situated in SE Europe, Romania is a developing country and a place of interest for many foreigners. In 2007, Romania was accepted as a full EU member state. Romania has made steady economic progress in the past 20 years, after… the fall of the communist regime. (MORE)
Many, many things. But some of the things are: -Romanian is the second language spoken in Microsoft, coz thecompany is full with Romanian IT specialists. - Scientists, mathematicians, inventors and inventions like: Ana Aslan : inventor of Gerovital anti-agingtreatment. Aurel BabeÅ : discover…ed the vaginal smear asscreening test for cervical cancer. Ioan Cantacuzino : his discoveries were relevant inthe treatment of cholera, epidemic typhus, tuberculosis, andscarlet fever. Henri CoandÄ : aircraft designer, discovered theCoanda effect of fluidics. LazÄr Edeleanu : he was the first chemist tosynthesize amphetamine. Rodrig Goliescu : he built the avioplan ,the first fixed-wing aircraft with a tubular fuselage and the"Aviocoleopter", the first aircraft to have a toroidal wing. Theodor V. Ionescu : the inventor of amultiple-cavity magnetron in 1935, a hydrogen maser in 1947, 3Dimaging for cinema/television in 1924 and hot deuterium plasmastudies for controlled nuclear fusion in 1969, Member of theRomanian Academy since 1955. Nicolae Vasilescu-Karpen : he invented the Karpen Pile , which works in the absence of a magneticfield, but takes advantage of the thermal-siphon effect of theelectrolyte density variation. Constantin Levaditi : alongside Karl Landsteiner,he discovered in 1909 the presence of the polio virus in tissuesother than nervous. Hermann Oberth : along with the Russian KonstantinTsiolkovsky and the American Robert Goddard, one of the foundingfathers of rocketry and astronautics. Åtefan Odobleja : had established many of the major themesof cybernetics regarding cybernetics and systems thinking ten yearsbefore the work of Norbert Wiener was published in 1948. George Emil Palade : discovered of the ribosomes. Nicolae Paulescu : the discoverer of insulin. Eugen Pavel : inventor of the Hyper CD-ROM, a 3Doptical data storage medium with a claimed initial capacity of 10TB and with a theoretical capacity of 1 PB on a single disc. Aurel PerÅu : built the first car to have thewheels inside its aerodynamic line. PetrachePoenaru : invented the world's first fountain pen. Emil RacoviÅ£Ä : he is the founder ofbiospeleology. Aurel Vlaicu : built the first arrow-shapedairplane. Traian Vuia : built and flew one of the earlier fixed wingaircraft for about 20 meters at an altitude of 1 meter. - Artists like: Constantin Brincusi (sculptor) Demetre Chiparus (art deco sculptor) Tristan Tzara , contemporary artist, the master ofDada Constantin Noica (philosopher) Mircea Eliade (philosopher, History of Religion) Emil Cioran (philosopher) Eugene Ionesco (dramatist, and one of the foremostplaywrights of the Theatre of the Absurd) Cristi Puiu (director) Nae Caranfil (director) Radu Muntean (director) Maia Morgenstern (actress) Razvan Vasilescu (actor) _Three Nobel prize winners: George Emil Palade ( Nobel Prize forMedicine, 1974) for his discoveries concerning the structural andfunctional organization of the cell. DRACULA - Vlad Tepes , more commonly known as Vladthe Impaler or simply Dracula ("son of(Vlad II) Dracul"), was a three-time Voivode of Wallachia, rulingmainly from 1456 to 1462. Historically, he is best known for his resistance against theOttoman Empire and its expansion and for the impaling of enemies.Already during his lifetime, his reputation of excessive crueltyspread abroad, to Germany and elsewhere in Europe. The total numberof his victims is estimated in the tens of thousands. Nicolae CeauÈescu Romanian Communist politician. He was Secretary General of theRomanian Communist Party from 1965 to 1989, and as such was thecountry's second and last Communist leader. He was also thecountry's head of state from 1967 to 1989. His rule was marked in the first decade by an open policy towardsWestern Europe and the United States, which deviated from that ofthe other Warsaw Pact states during the Cold War. CeauÈescu's second decade was characterized by an increasinglybrutal and repressive regime - by some accounts, the most rigidlyStalinist regime in the Soviet bloc. It was also marked by anubiquitous personality cult, nationalism and a deterioration inforeign relations with the Western powers as well as the SovietUnion. CeauÈescu's government was overthrown in the December 1989revolution, and he and his wife were executed. -Sport: Romania is very passionate for soccer, just like Italy, if not evenmore. They have some quality players ( Gheorghe Hagi,Cristi Chivu, Adrian Mutu ) and have defeated some strongteams in the past. They almost got to the semi-finals of the worldcup in 1994, but lost in penalties after the 2-2 tie and extra-timeto Sweden. - One of the 4 (four) countries to participate in the first 3(three) FIFA World Cups.(Brazil, France, and Belgium are the otherthree) - Most people say the first official FIFA World Cup was held inUruguay in 1930. Even so, Romania was among the 4 (four) Europeanteams (Belgium, France, Yugoslavia, and Romania) participating inthat cup also. There were 9 (nine) other teams from othercontinents that participated in that cup also (13 in total). Romania holds a long tradition in artistic gymnastics, especiallyin the ladies' competition. Gymnastics is responsible for themajority of Romania's Olympic medals, gold, silver and bronze. Themost famous Romanian gymnast is NadiaComÄneci , who was the first gymnast toever score a perfect 10 at the Olympic Games, during the 1976Summer Olympics. At the 1976 Olympics, TeodoraUngureanu did very well too, but did not receive as muchfame as Nadia. Other famous gymnasts include: DanielaSilivaÅ , EcaterinaSzabo , LaviniaMiloÅovici , GinaGogean , SimonaAmÃ¢nar , AndreeaRÄducan , MariaOlaru , and CÄtÄlinaPonor . Top Romanian men's gymnasts include Marius UrzicÄ and Marian DrÄgulescu . Tennis Romania reached the Davis Cup finals three times (1969, 1971,1972). The most famous Romanian tennis player of all time is Ilie NÄstas e, presented by the Tennis Hall of Famepresents as "the most talented player ever to hold the racquet". Hewas the only Romanian player to ever achieve the number 1 ranking.Other famous men's tennis players include IonÅ¢iriac and Andrei Pavel . In ladies'tennis, Virginia Ruzici , Irina SpÃ®rlea , and Ruxandra Dragomir are among the top Romanianplayers of all times. As for active players, the top Romanians onthe men's side include Victor HÄnescu and Victor Crivo i. Boxing Boxing is popular in Romania, especially in the TV broadcastings.Famous boxers include NicolaeLinca , FranciscVaÅtag , MihaiLeu , LucianBute , LeonardDoroftei . Rowing and canoeing35 Olympic medals (18gold) for rowing and 34 medals (10 gold) for canoeing. Romania is aleading rowing nation. The Romanian Senior Women's rowing team is particularly strong.They have been the poster child team as regards women's rowing.They consistently perform in the coxed women's eight. This Olympicsthey won the women's coxless pair. This was one of the team members6th Olympic gold medal. Now she is the most decorated female rowerin history. - Food & Drinks (too many... beer, wines, tzuica/ palinca/horinca) - Music: - George Enescu, Sergiu Celibidache , opera singers,pianists and violonists - The land is beautiful: it has mountains, sea, a unique Delta,muddy volcanos and interesting caves and keys. - Latin language, close to Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, French.Because of its geographical position, surrounded by Slavelanguages/ people/ countries it kept the Latin roots almostunchanged. (MORE)
Yes Romania is a country. It's capital city is Bucharest. Romania is next to Hungary and is above Serbia.
The land known today as Romania, has first been colonized by theThracians in the 5th century before Christ. Then the Dacians came,in the 2nd century before Christ, and finally the Romans in the 1stcentury after Christ. The Greeks also mention the "land of Gets", in some writings in the2nd century B…C. So this land has a 2700 years old history. And also traces of humans old of hundreds of thousands years werediscovered. (MORE)
Romania is famous for various inventions including the Jet Engine, Insulin etc.. In most histories the jet engine was invented by Sir Frank Whittle in England, certainly he was the prime mover of its development as a practical aircraft engine.. Transylvania within Romania was the setting for Dracu…la, that's certainly famous. (MORE)
Traian Basescu was the president of Romania in 2009. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected… in 2009 for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
Could you clarify your question? Who left Romania? Do you mean the Romanies? (= the Gypsies). If so, I am not aware of any exodus; quite on the contrary, they are still here = (except those who left for the West after the Revolution = the fall of Communism = 1989).
The Roman Empire had conquered and colonized the Dacian Kingdom in 106 AD. The pursuit was, off course, the Gold. Dacia was an El Dorado of Antiquity, and therefore many Romans settled. The new people formed was called "Romani" or "Rumani", meaning "coming from Rome".
- by a foreign politics extremely independent and courageous - building a complex economic-industry system in Romania
Romania was not discovered ! In Romania were found in caves bones from Homo sapiens with an age of approx. 40,000 years, the oldest in Europe.
Any job you wish, except the most eccentric ones (such as private island manager or something like that).
The winters are usually cold (very cold in the Carpathian Mountainswhere the average year-round temperature is only 2 degrees celsius)and a lot of snow falls during the winter months however thesummers are warm to hot.Romania has a continental climate. Summersare generally very warm to hot, with ave…rage maxima in Bucharestbeing around 29 Â°C (84.2 Â°F), with temperatures over 35 Â°C (MORE)
Traian Basescu was the president of Romania in 2010. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected… in 2009 for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
No, Romania is not a member the Schengen agreement. Romania is due to become a member of the Schengen Area at the end of 2013. This date has been put back many times, and may be delayed again.
The national flag of Romania, the vertical tricolour of blue, yellow, and red. --------- A flag is not a mascot; Romania hasn't an official mascot. .
In Romania we have a lot of customs like Christmas Eve caroling, throwing the cross in the sea in the Epiphany day or painting Easter eggs. You can find out more on Wikipedia.
Traian Basescu was the President of Romania in 2011. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected… in 2009 for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
Traian Basescu was the president of Romania in 2008. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected… in 2009 for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
Traian Basescu was the president of Romania in 2006. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected… in 2009 for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
Traian Basescu was the president of Romania in 2005. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected… in 2009 for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
A World Bank estimate of the total population of Romania in 2009 - the most recent figure I could find - put the figure at 21,482,395.
Examples: tourism, movies, girls, restaurants, bars, museums, sports, libraries, parks, hunting, sports, beaches, music etc.
Brains. IT specialists, doctors, scientists... Because of a much too long economical transition, very low salaries and generally, because the intellectuals are still an ignored "bunch of losers" (the communist way of saying that because you can't measure the daily work of an intellectual, he must be… less important than a factory worker), so because of many factors, the intellectuals are leaving. Money and respect, the possibility of a career and the liberty to go as far as you can and want are mostly the main reasons for the brains export. ------- See the link below for the Romanian industry. (MORE)
XX th century: Balkanic war, World War I, World War II; and many other wars during a long unfortunate history. For details see the link below. .
Examples of entertainment in Romania: TV, radio, bars, restaurants,reading, drinking, girls, theatre, erotic massage, trips, chatter,arguing, bricolage etc.
There was not such a thing as max Romania. Perhaps you mean Pax Romana. This is a term historians have coined to indicate a 207-year period of relative political stability in the Roman Empire which followed the establishment of rule by emperors by Augustus.
Romania is an East-European country. Coordinates: - North latitude: between 43 0 37 ' 07 " and 48 0 15'06" - East longitude: between 20 0 15'44" and 29 0 41'24 "
Romania has a variety of things to do, so it depends on what youlike! There are large cities like Cluj, Timisoara, Iasi, Brasov andBucharest to explore. It is situated in the Carpathian mountainswhich means that you can hike, ski, ice climb and pursue otheroutdoor activities. If you like the seaside…, there are beaches onthe Black Sea. If castles are more your thing, there are a numberof them - my favorite is Hunedoara castle. There are a number ofhistorical sites, like pre-Roman ruins at Sarmizegetusa andmonasteries, most notably in the eastern Moldavia region. There arebeautiful well-preserved medieval towns in the Transylvania region,for instance Sibiu, Alba Iulia and Sighisoara. Agricultural andarchaic religious customs are still well preserved. Are well knownOrthodox and Catholic holidays, and harvest or harvest berries. Andof course, there are all sorts of yummy foods to eat like Sarmale(stuffed grape or cabbage leaves)! (MORE)
You have to be careful, because I'm sure you don't want to meet a thief. Don't carry too much cash money and don't walk on dark lonely streets by night. . If you want to take a walk in the nature, take a mobile phone with you, and, just in case your phone has no signal there, you should take a …map with you and maybe a compass. . The roads are not very good in Romania, so you should have resistant tires and you should be careful not to get into a little pit. Yes, there are many pits on unimportant roads. You also have to respect the Romanian driving rules and not drive too fast. . Romanian wine is very tasty, so you have to be careful with drunk people and never stay in their way. Of course, you can defend other people from angry drunk people if something bad happens but calling 112 is the best choice. Don't worry, there aren't many drunk people in Romania. Also, you should be careful not to get drunk. If you do, don't drive your car because you might be amended. (MORE)
The log in Romania. In fact, they log better in Romania than most countries, so keep an eye on your back, sonny boy.
The presidents of Romania are elected by the vote of the entire population above 18 years.
yes they do have wild wolves in romania , in romanian a wolf is "Lup"
During his 2004 electoral compaign, Mr. Basescu said he saw nothing wrong with same-sex marriage. However, same-sex marriage was explicitly banned in 2009.
Romania is situated in the Eastern part of Europe near Carpathian Mountains, Danube Delta and Black Sea.
Traian Basescu is the President of Romania in 2013. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected …in 2009 for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
Traian Basescu was the President of Romania in 2012. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected… in 2009 for a final 5-year term. (MORE)
Examples: Carpathian Mountains, old monasteries and churches, museums, lakes, rivers, Black Sea, important and historical buildings in many towns, Danube Delta, caves, canyons, savage animals, folklore, some villages etc.
More than 90 % of the population are Christian orthodox; alsocatholics, protestants and many sectarians.
Any Wolfsberg in Romania - this is a German toponym. A possible obsolete name from the period of the Austrian occupation?
Unfortunately Romania is not an important country. That said, they were at one time Europe's largest oil producer.
Romania is the name of this country: the name is derived from Rome(Roma for Latins).
Traian Basescu is the President of Romania in 2014. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected …in 2009 for a final 5-year term. Elections will take place in November for the next president. (MORE)