Monthly Archives: March 2012

Can you say ‘Romney-Rubio in 2012’?

“A conservative political scientist and pundit believes Marco Rubio’s endorsement of Mitt Romney increases the speculation about the Florida senator’s political future.

In announcing his endorsement this week, Rubio said it is increasingly clear that Romney will win the GOP nomination and that it is damaging to continue a primary fight that, at this stage, only helps President Barack Obama. The Florida Republican said he is convinced Romney will govern as a conservative and will be head and shoulders above Obama as a president.

Rubio has been mentioned as a potential running mate for the GOP presidential ticket. He tells Fox News that his heart, mind, and focus remain on the Senate, and that he doubts he will be asked to join a Romney ticket…” Full article here

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La Chisinau s-a ales Presedintele celui de-al doilea stat romanesc. Nicolae Timofti este noul presedinte

“Pe fondul unor masuri de securitate maximă în Chişinău a avut loc şedinţa specială de alegere a preşedintelui celui de-al doilea stat romanesc, transmite Romanian Global News. Mai mulţi poliţişti au stat de gardă pe străzi, prin intersecţii, dar mai ales la Palatul Republicii, unde a fost prezentă Unitatea speciala „Scut”.Lângă gardul de protecţie de la Palatul Republicii s-au aflat şi zeci de combatanţi de la războiul de pe Nistru, care au fost prezenţi pentru a ajuta poliţiştii să protejeze clădirea de eventualii protestatarii comunişti care ar incerca sa provoace dezordine.Deputatul socialist Igor Dodon a anunțat la ora 9 că grupul pe care-l reprezintă va vota pentru Nicolae Timofti ceea ce s-a si intamplat. Astfel Nicolae Timofti a fost ales de toti cei 62 de deputati care au votat.Candidatul AIE la președinție, Nicolae Timofti, și-a prezentat inainte de vot programul în fața deputaților…” Continuare aici

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New regime responds to protests with force in Russia

Russia (MNN) — After three months of peaceful anti-Putin protests, police hauled away more than 500 people who were part of unsanctioned protests this week. Protestors accused Vladimir Putin of stealing Russia’s presidential election and demanded his resignation. Sergey Rakhuba with Russian Ministries says, “It’s not clear where President Putin will take the direction: either more liberal and flexible approach in terms of internal politics and foreign politics, or he will be more strict than ever before.” With that uncertainty, the reality is that believers could be running into opposition in the near future. However, says Rakhuba, they’re ready to be part of the solution. “Bringing the Gospel to those people, especially the young generation, is still bigger than ever before. We always appreciate our partners in ministry continuing to pushing those initiatives. We agree to train, mobilize young people, provide resources, and they will bring the transformational change.”
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