Ioana Miron

Ioana grew up in Bucharest, Romania and recently finished her master’s degree in journalism, international cooperation and humanitarian aid from the National School of Political Science and Public Administration. She’s an extremely intelligent, motivated, self-reliant and creative young woman always on the prowl for injustice to expose. Ioana’s impressive thirst for knowledge is only surpassed by her kind and generous heart.
Ombudsman Victor Ciorbea

Romanians Demand the Resignation of the Ombudsman

On January 5th, the Romanian Ombudsman, Victor Ciorbea, has challenged the Law 90/2001 at the Constitutional Court of Romania, which prohibits convicted criminals to be members of the government. Following this action, the civic society started a petition demanding his resignation which has already been signed by over 144,850 people.
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The Great Romanian Tax Scrap

The Head of the PSD (leftist party), Liviu Dragnea, has scraped 102 taxes for 2017, days before the official election has started. This action violates the Constitution and the Fiscal Responsibility Law: it is against the law to cut taxes before elections; it has to specify the funding source for measures of this kind.
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Home Sweet Home

We Europeans should have a debate about housing rights these days, especially because the gap between the rich and the poor is becoming wider and wider. We’ve decided to put the problem on the table and bring it to the public’s attention: causes, factors and facts regarding the right to housing, social housing and homelessness across the European Union.
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