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  1. History of Romania - Wikipedia › wiki › History_of_Romania
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    34,950-year-old remains of modern humans with a possible Neanderthalian trait were discovered in present-day Romania when the Peștera cu Oase ("Cave with Bones") was uncovered in 2002. In 2011, older modern human remains were identified in the UK (Kents Cavern 41,500 to 44,200 years old) and Italy (Grotta del Cavallo 43,000 to 45,000 years old) but the Romanian fossils are still among the oldest remains of Homo sapiens in Europe, so they may be representative of the first such people to have entered Europe.The remains present a mixture of archaic, early modern human and Neanderthal morphological features. The Neolithic-Age Cucuteni area in northeastern Romania was the western region of the earliest European civilization, which is known as the Cucuteni–Trypillia culture. The earliest-known salt works is at Poiana Slatinei near the village of Lunca; it was first used in the early Neolithic around 6050 BC by the Starčevo culture and later by the Cucuteni-Trypillia culture in the pre-Cu...

    The earliest written evidence of people living in the territory of present-day Romania comes from Herodotus in Book IV of his Histories, which was written in c. 440 BC; He writes that the tribal confederation of the Getae were defeated by the Persian Emperor Darius the Great during his campaign against the Scythians. The Dacians, who are widely accepted as part of the Getae described earlier by the Greeks, were a branch of Thracians who inhabited Dacia, which corresponds with modern Romania, Moldova, northern Bulgaria and surrounding nations. The Dacian Kingdom reached its maximum expansion during the reign of King Burebista between 82 BC and 44 BC. Under his leadership, Dacia became a powerful state that threatened the regional interests of the Romans. Julius Caesar intended to start a campaign against the Dacians due to the support that Burebista gave to Pompey but he was assassinated in 44 BC.[citation needed] A few months later, Burebista was assassinated by his own noblemen. An...

    Between 271 and 275, the Roman army and administration left Dacia, which was invaded later by the Goths. The Goths mixed with the local people until the 4th century, when the Huns, a nomadic people, arrived. The Gepids, the Avars, the Bulgars and their Slavic subjects ruled Transylvania until the 8th century. The territories of Wallachia and Moldavia were under the control of the First Bulgarian Empire from its establishment in 681 until around the time of the Hungarianconquest of Transylvania at the end of the 10th century. After the disintegration of Great Bulgaria following Khan Kubrat's death in 668, a large group of Bulgars followed Asparukh, the third son of the great Khan, who headed westwards. In the 670's they settled in the area known as the Ongal to the north of the Danube delta.[citation needed] From there, Asparukh's cavalry in alliance with local Slavs annually attacked the Byzantine territories in the south. In 680, the Byzantine Emperor Constantine IV led a large arm...

    The Pechenegs, a semi-nomadic Turkic people of the Central Asian steppes, occupied the steppes north of the Black Sea from the 8th to the 12th centuries, and by the 10th century they were in control of all of the territory between the Don and the lower Danube rivers. During the 11th and 12th centuries, the nomadic confederacy of the Cumans and Eastern Kipchaks dominated the territories between present-day Kazakhstan, southern Russia, Ukraine, southern Moldavia and western Wallachia. It is a subject of dispute whether elements of the mixed Daco–Roman population survived in Transylvania through the Dark Ages to become the ancestors of modern Romanians or whether the first Vlachs and Romanians appeared in the area in the 13th century after a northward migration from the Balkan Peninsula. There is also debate over the ethnicity of Transylvania's population before the Hungarian conquest.[citation needed] There is evidence the Second Bulgarian Empire, at least nominally, ruled the Wallach...

    By 1541, the entire Balkan peninsula and northern Hungary became Ottoman provinces. Moldavia, Wallachia, and Transylvania came under Ottoman suzerainty but remained fully autonomous and until the 18th century, had some external independence.[citation needed] During this period, the Romanian lands experienced a slow disappearance of the feudalism and the distinguishing of some rulers like Vasile Lupu and Dimitrie Cantemir in Moldavia, Matei Basarab and Constantin Brâncoveanu in Wallachia, and Gabriel Bethlen in Transylvania. At that time, the Russian Empire appeared to become the political and military power the threatened the Romanian principalities.[citation needed] John II, the non-Habsburg King of Hungary, moved his royal court to Alba Iulia in Transylvania and after his abdication from the Hungarian throne, he became the first Prince of Transylvania. His 1568 Edict of Turda was the first decree of religious freedom in the modern European history.[citation needed] In the aftermat...

    In an 1866 coup d'état, Cuza was exiled and replaced with Prince Karl of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. He was appointed Domnitor, Ruling Prince of the United Principality of Romania, as Prince Carol of Romania. Romania declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire after the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878), in which the Ottomans fought against the Russian empire. In the 1878 Treaty of Berlin, Romania was officially recognized as an independent state by the Great Powers. In return, Romania ceded the district Bessarabia to Russia in exchange for access to the Black Sea ports and acquired Dobruja.[citation needed] In 1881, the Romania's principality status was raised to that of a kingdom and on 26 March that year, Prince Carol became King Carol I of Romania.[citation needed] The period between 1878 and 1914 was one of stability and progress for Romania. During the Second Balkan War, Romania joined Greece, Serbia and Montenegro against 2020}} In the Treaty of Bucharest...

    The new state, which was located between the Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian, and Russian empires, looked to the West—particularly to France—for its cultural, educational, military and administrative models.[citation needed] In August 1914, when World War I broke out, Romania declared its neutrality. Two years later, under the pressure of the Allies—especially France, which was desperate to open a new front. Between 14 and 27 August 1916, Romania joined the Allies, for which it was promised support for the accomplishment of national unity, including recognition of Romanian rights over Transylvania, which was part of Austria-Hungary. Romania declared war on Austria-Hungary. The Romanian military campaign ended in disaster for Romania as the Central Powers conquered two-thirds of the country and captured or killed the majority of its army within four months.[citation needed] Moldavia remained in Romanian hands after the invading forces were stopped in 1917.[citation needed] In May 1918, Rom...

    In 1918, at the end of World War I, the union of Romania with Bukovina was ratified in 1919 in the Treaty of Saint Germain, and some of the Allies recognized the union with Bessarabia in 1920 through the never ratified Treaty of Paris. On 1 December, the Deputies of the Romanians from Transylvania voted to unite Transylvania, Banat, Crișana and Maramureș with Romania by the Proclamation of Union of Alba Iulia. Romanians today celebrate this as the Great Union Day, that is a national holiday. The Romanian expression România Mare (Great or Greater Romania) refers to the Romanian state in the interwar period and to the territory Romania covered at the time. At that time, Romania achieved its greatest territorial extent, almost 300,000 km2 or 120,000 sq mi), including all of the historic Romanian lands. Most of the claimed territories were granted to the Old Kingdom of Romania, which was ratified in 1920 by the Treaty of Trianon that defined the new border between Hungary and Romania. T...

    During the Second World War, Romania tried to remain neutral but on 28 June 1940, it received a Soviet ultimatum with an implied threat of invasion in the event of non-compliance. Under pressure from Moscow and Berlin, the Romanian administration and the army were forced to retreat from Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina to avoid war. This and other factors prompted the Romanian government to join the Axis powers. Southern Dobruja was awarded to Bulgaria while Hungary received Northern Transylvaniaas result of an Axis arbitration. In 1940, Romania lost territory in both its east and west: In June 1940, after receiving an ultimatum from the Soviet Union, Romania ceded Bessarabia and northern Bukovina Two-thirds of Bessarabia was combined with a small part of the USSR to form the Moldavian SSR. Northern Bukovina and Budjak were apportioned to the Ukrainian SSR.[citation needed] In August 1940, Northern Transylvania was awarded to Hungary by Germany and Italy through the Second Vienna Aw...

    Soviet occupation following World War II strengthened the position of Communists, who became dominant in the left-wing coalition government that was appointed in March 1945. King Michael I was forced to abdicate and went into exile. Romania was proclaimed a people's republic and remained under military and economic control of the Soviet Union until the late 1950s. During this period, Romania's resources were drained by the "SovRom" agreements; mixed Soviet-Romanian companies were established to mask the Soviet Union's looting of Romania. Romania's leader from 1948 to his death in 1965 was Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, the First Secretary of the Romanian Workers' Party. Between 1947 and 1962, people were detained in prisons and camps, deported and put under house arrest and administrative detention. According to writer Cicerone Ioniţoiu, there were hundreds of thousands of cases of abuse, death and torture against a large range of people from political opponents to ordinary citizens. Betwe...

  2. Romani people in Romania - Wikipedia › wiki › Romani_people_in_Romania
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    The Romani people originate from northern India, presumably from the northwestern Indian regions such as Rajasthan and Punjab. The linguistic evidence has indisputably shown that roots of Romani language lie in India: the language has grammatical characteristics of Indian languages and shares with them a big part of the basic lexicon, for example, body parts or daily routines. More exactly, Romani shares the basic lexicon with Hindi and Punjabi. It shares many phonetic features with Marwari, while its grammar is closest to Bengali. Genetic findings in 2012 suggest the Romani originated in northwestern India and migrated as a group. According to a genetic study in 2012, the ancestors of present scheduled tribes and scheduled caste populations of northern India, traditionally referred to collectively as the Ḍoma, are the likely ancestral populations of modern European Roma. In February 2016, during the International Roma Conference, the Indian Minister of External Affairs stated that...

    In Romani, the native language of the Romani, the word for "people" is pronounced [ˈroma] or [ˈʀoma] depending on dialect ([ˈrom] or [ˈʀom] in the singular). Since the 1990s, the word has also been used officially in the Romanian language, although it was used by Romani activists in Romania as far back as 1933. There are two spellings of the word in Romanian: rom (plural romi), and rrom (plural rromi). The first spelling is preferred by the majority of Romani NGOs and it is the only spelling accepted in Romanian Academy's Dicționarul explicativ al limbii române. The two forms reflect the fact that for some speakers of Romani there are two rhotic (ar-like) phonemes: /r/ and /ʀ/. In the government-sponsored (Courthiade) writing system /ʀ/ is spelt rr. The final i in rromi is the Romanian(not Romani) plural. The traditional and colloquial Romanian name for Romani, is "țigani" (cognate with Serbian cigani, Hungarian cigány, Greek ατσίγγανοι (atsinganoi), French tsiganes, Portuguese ciga...


    Linguistic and historical data indicate that the Roma arrived in the Balkans following long period within the Byzantine Empire, and that this most likely occurred around 1350. This date coincides with a period of instability in Asia Minor due to the expansion of the Ottoman Turks, which may have been a contributory factor in their migration. It is probable that the first arrival of Romani people in the territory of present-day Romania occurred shortly after 1370, when groups of Roma either mi...

    Slavery period

    Romani in Wallachia and Moldavia were, from their arrival in the region, enslaved, a situation which continued until the emancipations of the mid-19th century. The institution of Gypsy slavery also existed in Transylvania, especially in fiefdoms which had undergone a period of control by Wallachian or Moldavian princes, but the majority of Transylvanian Roma were not slaves. One child of a former Roma slave, Stefan Razvan, briefly achieved power in Moldavia, ruling as Voivod for part of the y...

    From emancipation to 1918

    The liberation of the gypsies improved the legal status of Romania's Roma, however, they retained their position as the most marginalised sector of Romanian society. They frequently continued to work for the same masters, without significant improvement to their material conditions. Gypsies who did not continue to labour for their former owners often suffered great economic hardship, imprisonment and death from hunger being frequent outcomes.During the first thirty years following liberation,...

    According to the 2002 census, 81.9% of Roma are Orthodox Christians, 6.4% Pentecostals, 3.8% Roman Catholics, 3% Reformed, 1.1% Greek Catholics, 0.9% Baptists, 0.8% Seventh-Day Adventists, while the rest belong to other religions such as (Islamand Lutheranism).

    Notable Romanian Romani musicians and bands include Grigoraş Dinicu, Johnny Răducanu, Ion Voicu, Taraf de Haïdouks, Connect-R and Nicole Cherry. The musical genre manele, a part of Romanian pop culture, is often sung by Romani singers in Romania and has been influenced in part by Romani music, but mostly by Oriental music brought in Romania from Turkey during the 19th century. Romanian public opinion about the subject varies from support to outright condemnation.

    The Romani community has: 1. An "Emperor of Roma from Everywhere", as Iulian Rădulescu proclaimed himself. In 1997, Iulian Rădulescu announced the creation of Cem Romengo – the first Rom state in Târgu Jiu, in southwest Romania. According to Rădulescu, "this state has a symbolic value and does not affect the sovereignty and unity of Romania. It does not have armed forces and does not have borders". According to the 2002 population census, in Târgu Jiu there are 96.79% Romanians (93,546 people), 3.01% (Romani) (2,916 people) and 0.20% others. 2. A "King of Roma". In 1992, Ioan Cioabă proclaimed himself King of Roma at Horezu, "in front of more than 10,000 Rroms" (according to his son's declaration). His son, Florin Cioabă, succeeded him as king. 3. An "International King of Roma". On August 31, 2003, according to a decree issued by Emperor Iulian, Ilie Stănescu was proclaimed king. The ceremony took place in Curtea de Argeş Cathedral, the Orthodox Church where Romania's Hohenzollern...

    A șatrăor village peopled by members of the Romani community of Romania
    Purported bulibașa(head of a Romani community)
    Romanian president Traian Băsescu(left) at a meeting with the representatives of the Romani minority organizations (right)
    Type of houses owned by wealthy Romani families
    Florin Cioabă, former king of the Gypsies
    Ion Voicu, violinist and conductor, the father of Mădălin Voicu
    Come Closer. Inclusion and Exclusion of Roma in Present Day Romanian Society By Gabor Fleck, Cosima Rughinis (Eds.) 2009 ISBN 978-973-8973-09-1. Full text from Google Books
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  4. Survivor România (season 2) - Wikipedia › wiki › Survivor_România_(season_2)

    Survivor România (season 2) is the second season of Survivor România, a Romanian television series based on the popular reality game show Survivor.This season was officially announced by Kanal D on November 13, 2020, with the applications being open immediately.

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  5. List of banks in Romania - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_Romanian_banks

    As of 2020, the National Committee of Macroprudential Oversight of Romania has identified 9 banks as systematically important and thus have to meet more stringent requirements: UniCredit Bank. Banca Transilvania. Banca Comercială Română ( Erste Group) BRD – Groupe Société Générale. Raiffeisen Bank.

  6. Survivor România - Wikipedia › wiki › Survivor_România
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    The series follows the same general format as the other editions of the show. The players are split between two "tribes", are taken to a remote isolated location and are forced to live off the land with meager supplies for an extended period of time. Frequent physical and mental challenges are used to pit the teams against each other for rewards, such as food or luxuries, or for "immunity", forcing the other tribe to attend "Tribal Council", where they must vote off one of their players. Once about half the players are remaining, the tribes are merged into a single tribe, and competitions are on an individual basis; winning immunity prevents that player from being voted out.

    Official ratings are taken from ARMA (Asociația Română pentru Măsurarea Audiențelor), the organisation that compiles audience measurement and television ratings in Romania.

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    Pitesti, Romania. 21st Oct, 2013. A branch of the Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR) in the city center in Pitesti, Romania, 21 October 2013. It is part of the Austrian parent group Erste Group and is the largest money institution in Romania.

  9. Discuție:Republica Moldova - Wikipedia › wiki › Discuție:Republica_Moldova
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    În prezentarea R.Moldova ati comis o eroare grava. Transnistria este populată de romani (moldoveni) - 33 al sută. In rest de rusi, ucraineni, bulgari etc. Luati istoria Basarabiei si veti lua mai multe cunostinte ;i informatii despre aceste pamanturi romanesti. Într-adevăr, majoritatea relativa (!) a populației din Transnistria o reprezintă moldovenii(românii) (scos comentarii politice care au fost puse și la cafenea , Wikipedia nu e un forum pentru conversații politice.--MariusM31 ianuarie 2007 22:51 (EET) Ai dreptate, in Basarabia (Transnistria e altceva), populatia majoritara sunt romanii. Bucovina, Moldova(cu Basarabia), Transilvania si Tara Romaneasca(cu Banat si Muntenia) sunt teritorii romanesti.

    Noi la folosim ortografie românească nu moldoveanească. Dacă vrei să folosești ortografie moldovenească, atunci există o Wikipedia în moldovenească la Chiar ar fi bine să se facă ceva acolo, fiind că la ora actuală este folosită doar pentru alfabetul chirilic, care este total necinstit. Ronline. Trăiscă 2005. Trăiască informația românilor.18 May 2005 08:04 (UTC) Pagina Moldoveneasca e tinuta de un Rus, anti-Semit dar care se da drept jumate-Evreu, jumate-Roman(Maldavian). Realitatea este ca nici nu stie Romaneste. Oameni buni sa facem ceva. Sa nominam pagina ptr. a fi stearsa. 1. 1.1. Ronline, hăh? Chiar e nevoie să ne despărțim de Wikipedia moldovenească? Adică pur și simplu să fim de acord că există o limbă moldovenească. Există oricum o politică care avantajează mult ortografia românească. De ce ar trebui să facem o scindare??? Fiecare vorbitor de română are dreptul la propria sa ortografie, chiar dacă e diferită de a ta, oricum oricine citește Wikipedia în român...

    Adus de la en:User talk:Bogdangiusca#Lista localităţilor din Republica Moldova(poate fi folosit pt. îmbogățirea articolului): Iata lista localitatilor din Moldova cand au fost introduse judetele, in 1998: . Atunci au fost create 12 unitati teritoriale: 1. Judetul Edinet 2. Judetul Soroca 3. Judetul Balti 4. Judetul Ungheni 5. Judetul Orhei 6. Judetul Chisinau 7. Judetul Lapusna 8. Judetul Tighina 9. Judetul Cahul 10. Unitatea Teritoriala Autonoma Gagauza 11. Municipiul Chisunau 12. localitatile din Stanga Nistrului care pot primi statut special (adica fara cele 9 sate care au intrat in Judetul Chisinau) Dupa aproximativ 3 ani, din cateva localitati din Judetul Cahul s-a creat Judetul Taraclia (care coincide cu actualul raion Taraclia). In 2003 s-au introdus din nou raioane. Acum exista 37 de unitati teritoriale: 1. cele 32 de raioane 2. cele 3 municipalitati: Chisinau, Balti si Tighina 3. UTA Gagauza (care contine mun Comrat) 4. Transnistria (care contine mun Tiraspol) Inainte de 19...

    În timpul mai multor rulări automate ale robotului următoarea legătură externă a fost găsită indisponibilă. Verificați dacă legătura este într-adevăr indisponibilă și reparați sau înlăturați legătura, după caz! 1. 1.1. In Republica Moldovaon 2007-01-24 14:48:40, 404 Not Found 1.2. In Republica Moldovaon 2007-01-24 22:26:19, 404 Not Found --MihaitzaBot25 ianuarie 2007 00:26 (EET) 1. Eliminată.--MariusM25 ianuarie 2007 21:37 (EET)

    Limba moldovenească nu există e doar un "dialect" al limbii române. A fost folosită doar în scopuri de deznaționalizare a populației Basarabiei(actual RM). Politică cunoscută ca "divide et impera" pagina în limba "moldovenească" e o rușine ce nu trebuie nici rostită(mite că publicată). ← Acest comentariu nesemnat a fost adăugat de (discuție • contribuții). 1. Acela care zice ca nu exista Limba Moldoveneasca, și apoi spune ca e aceeași ca și Limba Romana, pai e o persoana controversată rău... Daca nu exista Moldoveneasca, pai respectiv, nu exista nici Romana, după logica voastră! Faptul ca limba este aceeași nu exista nicio îndoială. Pai care e problema dacă în Moldova aceasta se numește Moldoveneasca, cum se numea de secole? E scârba sa editezi o enciclopedie, plina da fanatici idioți, care nu accepta niște realități. Noi nu vorbim de doua limbi diferite, ci de doua denumiri diferite ale aceleași limbi. Asta ca și cum tata l-ar numi pe fecior John, da mama - Ion, și s...

    Frafmentul de geografie este copiat de pe un site cu sursa libera... Nu trebuie de sterd!!! ← Acest comentariu nesemnat a fost adăugat de Ombladon (discuție • contribuții). 1. Nu pot sa inteleg cum pot fi considerati moldovenii o majoritate in Transnistria daca ei reprezinta nici 40% din populatia acestei regiuni. Lasati o data sentimentele nationaliste si scrieti un adevar matematic. pentru a fi majoritari ar fi normal sa fie cel putin 50% de moldoveni acolo. Moldovenii sunt 32% Rusii 30% si Ukrainenii 28%, asta e realitatea acolo, nu sunt nici natiuni majoritare nici minoritare. Lasati aberatiile astea nefondate. ← Acest comentariu nesemnat a fost adăugat de (discuție • contribuții).

    Nu este corectă afirmația că în Transnistria moldovenii reprezintă majoritatea. Populatia Transnitriei conform recensamintelor din 2004(si 1989 in paranteze) este după cum urmează: Moldoveni 31.9% (40%), Rusi 30.1% (26.2%), Ucraineni 28.2% (30%). Deci nu exista nici o natiune care sa aiba peste 50% din populatie. Nu exista o natiune majoritara. Referitor la limba romana sau moldoveneasca, aici nu suntem pe un forum politic, iar articolul 13 din Constitutia Republicii Moldova stipuleaza ca "Limba oficiala a Republicii Moldova este limba moldovenească (română)." Deci sunt ambele prezente, una e intre paranteze alta e fara paranteze. Asadar intr-o enciclopedie vom afirma ceea ce spune constitutia acestui stat. _______________________________________ ← Acest comentariu nesemnat a fost adăugat de Kjorn1980 (discuție • contribuții). 1. Majoritari sunt cei care dețin cel mai mare procent. Majoritatea de peste 50% se numește majoritate absolută.--—RaduTrifan8 martie 2008 11:03 (EET) 1. 1.1....

    „Limba moldovenească” este acceptată de către UE, DAR... dacă e moldovneascî, trebuie neapărat să sî diosăgheascî de limba română. Legăturile spre siturile respective trebuie verificate. Dacă acolo se spune „Limba moldoveneascî, în care grăești amu norodu moldovnesc, este limbî sinistătătoarî, diosăghitî di limba romăneascî, și sî diosăghești și di limba tuturor cărților moldovnești, tipăriti păn la organizarea RASSM" Odiseea limbii romăne dincolo de Prut, atunci înaintea legăturii trebuie pus {{md icon}}, dar dacă acolo textul anterior (sau, mă rog, alt text) apare sub forma „Limba moldovenească, în care grăește acum norodul/poporul moldovenesc, este limbă de sine stătătoare, deosebită de limba romînească/romînă, și se deosebește și de limba tuturor cărților moldovenești, tipărite pînă la organizarea RASSM", atunci e clar că textul e în limba română și trebuie pus formatul {{ro icon}}. Nu contează unde este situl, ci ce „limbă” folosește. Dacă e în rusă, se pune {{ru icon}} în față...

    Despre Republica Moldova, părerea mea e că nu a fost, de fapt, niciodată cu adevărat a României. De ce? Pentru că România s-a format în 1859, din Moldova (fără ținuturile actualei Republici Modova) și din Țara Românească. Actuala Republică Moldova (pierdută anterior de principatul Moldovei) s-a desprins în 1918 din fostul Imperiul Țarist în condițiile în care acesta era demantelat de revoluția bolșevică și în condiițiile în care trupele românești cam staționau pe acolo. După ce URSS s-a întărit, a dat ultimatumul din 1940, prin care a cerut înapoi "ciolanul"ce i se luase. Și l-a luat urgent. A cere unirea Moldovei cu România mi se pare o politică revanșardă. Unirea e aceptabilă dacă ar cere-o moldovenii. Și n-o vor cere, având în vedere numărul mare de alte naționalități care trăiesc acolo. Mai normală mi se pare crearea de relații firești între state vecine "și prietene". Știu, "State prietene" e o aberație. Poate șefi de guverne prieteni. Sau cu interese comune. O să încerc să mă...

    Sărbătoarea se numește oficial "Limba noastră" - am găsit special și sursa oficială. Aici nu este vorba despre limba vorbită în Republica Moldova ci numai despre denumirea sărbătorii. Apropo limba de stat este limba moldovenească, conform constituției..← Acest comentariu nesemnat a fost adăugat de (discuție • contribuții). 1. Conform unei hotărâri din 2013 a Curții Constituționale , limba de stat a R. Moldova, asa cum reiese și din Declarația de independență, este limba română.--Honor et Patria (discuție) 19 martie 2017 12:41 (EET)

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