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The Government of Romania (in Romanian: Guvernul României) is the Executive branch of Romania. It is headed by the Prime-Minister, and consists of the Ministries, the institutions subordinated to it, and the 42 Prefectures (the representative of the Government in the territory (county)). This is a list of Presidents of Romania: Note: The official function of President of Romania did not exist until March 1974. ... Traian Băsescu (born November 4, 1951) is a Romanian politician. ... Categories: Lists of office-holders | Romanian history | Romanian Prime Ministers ... Călin Constantin Anton Popescu-Tăriceanu () (b. ... The current Cabinet of the Government of Romania is made by 23 ministers, listed below: Prime Minister Mr. ... Country Defense Supreme Council (Consiliul Suprem de Apărare al Ţării; acronym: CSAT) is the autonomous administrative authority in Romania, invested by the Constitution with the organizing and the unitary coordinating of the activities related with the defense of the country and national security. ... The parliament of Romania is made up of two chambers: The Chamber of Deputies of Romania The Senate of Romania Categories: | ... Coat of Arms of The Senate of Romania The Senate of Romania (Romanian: Senat) is the upper house in Romanias bicameral parliament. ... Type Lower house President (Speaker) Bogdan Olteanu, PNL, since 2006 Number of members 332 Political groups (as of 2006 elections) PSD, PNL, PD, PRM, UDMR, PC, National minorities, Independents Meeting place Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest Web site www. ... The High Court of Cassation and Justice (Romanian: ÃŽnalta Curte de CasaÅ£ie ÅŸi JustiÅ£ie) is Romanias supreme Court of justice. ... The Romanian Ombudsman (Avocatul Poporului in Romanian, literally meaning Peoples Advocate) is an independent institution of the Government of Romania, responsible for investigating and addressing complaints made by citizens against other government institutions. ... The Constitutional Court of Romania (Curtea ConstituÅ£ională in Romanian) is the institution which rules on whether the laws, decrees or other bills enacted by the Romanian authorities are in conformity with the Constitution. ... Political parties in Romania lists political parties in Romania. ... Romania elects on a national level a head of state - the president - and a legislature. ... The Romanian legislative election of 2004 was held on November 28, 2004. ... Romanian legislative elections will be held on November 28, 2008. ... A presidential election was held in Romania on November 28, 2004. ... Romania will have the first round of the Presidential election on November 28, 2009 and the second round on December 12. ... Administrative map of Romania. ... // Priorities Since December 1989, Romania has actively pursued a policy of strengthening relations with the West in general, more specifically with the United States and the European Union. ... Dark green: current members; light green: acceding countries; orange: states in negotiations The Accession of Romania to the European Union is currently scheduled to take place on will miller is gay, and love men. ... Information on politics by country is available for every country, including both de jure and de facto independent states, inhabited dependent territories, as well as areas of special sovereignty. ... Categories: Lists of office-holders | Romanian history | Romanian Prime Ministers ... The current Cabinet of the Government of Romania is made by 23 ministers, listed below: Prime Minister Mr. ... Administrative map of Romania. ...

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Ministries

According to the laws 90/2001 and 23/2004 the fifteen Ministries of the Government of Romania are:

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Institutions Subordinated to the Government of Romania

Authorities

  • (*)National Authority for Consumer Protection (Autoritatea Naţională pentru Protecţia Consumatorilor) www.anpc.ro
  • (*)Authority for State Assets Recovery (Autoritatea pentru Valorificarea Activelor Statului) www.avas.ro
  • National Authority for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (Autoritatea Naţională pentru Protecţia Drepturilor Copilului) www.copii.ro
  • National Authority for Persons with Dissabilities (Autoritatea Naţională pentru Persoanele cu Handicap) www.anph.ro
  • (*)National Regulatory Authority for Communications (Autoritatea Naţională de Reglementare în Comunicaţii) www.anrc.ro
  • National Authority for the Regulation and Monitoring of Public Procurement (Autoritatea Naţională pentru Reglementarea şi Monitorizarea Achizţiilor Publice) www.anrmap.ro
  • (*)National Authority for Youth (Autoritatea Naţională pentru Tineret) www.e-tineret.ro
  • National Sanitar Veterinary Authority and for Food Safety (Autoritatea Naţională Sanitară Veterinară şi pentru Siguranţa Alimentelor) www.ansv.ro
  • (*)National Authority of Regulating for the Public Services of Communal Arministration (Autoritatea Naţională de Reglementare pentru Serviciile Publice de Gospodărie Comunală) www.anrsc.ro

Agencies

  • (*)Romanian Agency for Foreign Investments (Agentia Română pentru Investiţii Străine) www.arisinvest.ro
  • (*)National Agency for Sports (Agenţia Naţională pentru Sport) www.gov-sport.ro
  • Agency for Government's Strategies (Agenţia pentru Strategii Guvernamentale) www.publicinfo.ro
  • (*)National Agency for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises and Cooperatives (Agenţia Naţională pentru Întreprinderi Mici şi Mijlocii şi Cooperaţie) www.mimmc.ro
  • (*)Nuclear Agency (Agenţia Nucleară) www.agentianucleara.ro

Institutes

  • National Institute of Statistics (Institutul Naţional de Statistică) www.insse.ro
  • Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes in Romania (Institutul de Investigare a Crimelor Comunismului) www.crimelecomunismului.ro

Inspectorates

  • General Inspectorate for Communications and Information Technology (Inspectoratul General pentru Comunicaţii şi Tehnologia Informaţiei) www.igcti.ro
  • (*)State Inspectorate in Constructions (Inspectoratul de Stat în Construcţii - ISC) www.isc-web.ro

Offices

  • (*)National Office for Preventig and Eliminating Money Laundry (Oficiul Naţional de Prevenire şi Combatere a Spălării Banilor) www.onpcsb.ro
  • State Office for Inventions and Trademarks (Oficiul de Stat pentru Invenţii şi Mărci) www.osim.ro
  • Romanian Office for Copyright (Oficiul Român pentru Drepturile de Autor) www.orda.ro
  • Central State Office for Special Problems (Oficiul Central de Stat pentru Probleme Speciale (OCSPS)) www.ocsps.ro
  • National Registry Office for Classified Information (Oficiul Registrului Naţional al Informaţiilor Secrete de Stat) www.orniss.ro
  • Romanian Office for Adoptions (Oficiului Român pentru Adopţii) www.adoptiiromania.ro

Commissions

  • National Prediction Commission (Comisia Naţională de Prognoză) www.cnp.ro
  • (*)National Commission for Nuclear Activities Control (Comisia Naţională pentru Controlul Activităţilor Nucleare) www.cncan.ro

Other Institutions

  • National Administration of the State's Reserves (Administraţia Naţională a Rezervelor de Stat) www.anrs.ro
  • National Customs Authority (Direcţia Generală a Vămilor) www.customs.ro
  • State Secretary for the Problems of the December 1989 Revolutionaries (Secretariatul de Stat pentru Problemele Revolutionarilor din Decembrie 1989) www.sspr.ro

(*) We denoted with this sign the institutions coordinatad by the (still existing) Cancellary of the Prime-Minister. The rest of the institutions are coordinated by the General Secretary of the Government


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