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Adrian Nastase - 21 Jun 2012
Adrian Nastase - 21 Jun 2012
ROMANIA-CORRUPTION/
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June 20, 2012
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the media after exiting a courtroom in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's former Prime Minister Nastase addresses the media after exiting a courtroom in Bucharest
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the media after exiting a courtroom in Bucharest in this picture taken late June 13, 2012. Romania's top court confirmed on Wednesday that Nastase will serve a two-year jail sentence for corruption, sending a signal the country is trying to address European Union concerns about widespread graft. Nastase becomes the most senior politician to be jailed since the 1989 fall of communism after the Supreme Court upheld elements of Nastase's appeal, but confirmed a previous sentence of two years in prison. Picture taken June 13, 2012. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ROMANIA-CORRUPTION/
RTR33Y9R
June 21, 2012
Dana Nastase (R), wife of Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase, enters their residence after...
Bucharest, Romania
Dana Nastase, wife of Romania's former PM Nastase, enters their residence after passing a police line,...
Dana Nastase (R), wife of Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase, enters their residence after passing a police line, one day after her husband committed a suicide attempt, in Bucharest June 21, 2012. Nastase has successfully undergone a neck surgery after he tried to kill himself on Wednesday when police came to take him to start a two-year jail term for corruption, doctors said. Nastase, who will turn 62 on Friday, is the most senior politician to be convicted in Romania since the end of communist rule in 1989, in a case touted as proof that the poor European Union member is getting tough on graft. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ROMANIA-CORRUPTION/
RTR33XST
June 20, 2012
Andrei Nastase, son of Romania's former prime minister Adrian Nastase, assist to lift his father into...
Bucharest, Romania
Andrei Nastase, son of Romania's ex-PM, assist to lift his father into an ambulance after a suicide attempt...
Andrei Nastase, son of Romania's former prime minister Adrian Nastase, assist to lift his father into an ambulance after a suicide attempt at his residence in Bucharest June 20, 2012. Romania's top court confirmed on Wednesday that Nastase will serve a two-year jail sentence for corruption, sending a signal the country is trying to address European Union concerns about widespread graft. Nastase becomes the most senior politician to be jailed since the 1989 fall of communism after the Supreme Court upheld elements of Nastase's appeal, but confirmed a previous sentence of two years in prison. Prosecutors said $2 million was missing from the state budget in 2004 when profits from an event organised by a state construction watchdog were used to finance Nastase's presidential campaign. Nastase lost the election to Traian Basescu, who is still Romania's president. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ROMANIA-CORRUPTION/
RTR33XSP
June 20, 2012
Emergency medical personnel enter the garage Romania's former prime minister Adrian Nastase after he...
Bucharest, Romania
Medical personnel enter the garage Romania's ex-PM Nastase after he attempted suicide at his residence...
Emergency medical personnel enter the garage Romania's former prime minister Adrian Nastase after he attempted suicide at his residence in Bucharest June 20, 2012. Romania's top court confirmed on Wednesday that Nastase will serve a two-year jail sentence for corruption, sending a signal the country is trying to address European Union concerns about widespread graft. Nastase becomes the most senior politician to be jailed since the 1989 fall of communism after the Supreme Court upheld elements of Nastase's appeal, but confirmed a previous sentence of two years in prison. Prosecutors said $2 million was missing from the state budget in 2004 when profits from an event organised by a state construction watchdog were used to finance Nastase's presidential campaign. Nastase lost the election to Traian Basescu, who is still Romania's president. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ROMANIA-CORRUPTION/
RTR33XSU
June 20, 2012
An ambulance carrying Romania's former prime minister Adrian Nastase after he attempted suicide leaves...
Bucharest, Romania
An ambulance carrying Romania's ex-PM Nastase after he attempted suicide attempt leaves his residence...
An ambulance carrying Romania's former prime minister Adrian Nastase after he attempted suicide leaves his residence in Bucharest June 20, 2012. Romania's top court confirmed on Wednesday that Nastase will serve a two-year jail sentence for corruption, sending a signal the country is trying to address European Union concerns about widespread graft. Nastase becomes the most senior politician to be jailed since the 1989 fall of communism after the Supreme Court upheld elements of Nastase's appeal, but confirmed a previous sentence of two years in prison. Prosecutors said $2 million was missing from the state budget in 2004 when profits from an event organised by a state construction watchdog were used to finance Nastase's presidential campaign. Nastase lost the election to Traian Basescu, who is still Romania's president. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ROMANIA/
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February 26, 2009
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase exits a courtroom in Bucharest February 26, 2009. Prosecutors...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase exits a courtroom in Bucharest
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase exits a courtroom in Bucharest February 26, 2009. Prosecutors indicted Nastase on charges of siphoning $2 million in state cash to finance his presidential election campaign in 2004. The case is seen as a test of Romania's efforts to combat graft across all levels of society and the impact of its wide-reaching judicial reforms. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA/
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March 20, 2012
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the media after exiting a courtroom in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's former Prime Minister Nastase addresses the media after exiting a courtroom in Bucharest
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the media after exiting a courtroom in Bucharest March 20, 2012. Nastase was being tried on charges of corruption at Romania's High Court of Cassation and Justice. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ROMANIA
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January 24, 2007
Former Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the media after exiting a court room in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
Former Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the media after exiting a court room in Bucharest...
Former Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the media after exiting a court room in Bucharest January 24, 2007. Nastase is accused of blackmail and taking bribes worth 1.4 million euros. The case is seen as a test of Romania's efforts to combat graft across all levels of society and the impact of its wide-reaching judicial reforms. REUTERS/Mihai Barbu (ROMANIA)
NASTASE
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May 08, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 07FEB06- Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase watches during a news conference...
Bucharest, Romania
-PHOTO TAKEN 07FEB06- Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase watches during a news conferenc.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 07FEB06- Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase watches during a news conference in Bucharest February 7, 2006. [Faced with the threat that European Union membership could be postponed by a year until 2008 unless it shows progress in fighting corruption, Romania's centrist government has taken major steps to tackle graft, particularly among top politicians. But even as newly reformed anti-corruption prosecutors investigate charges against prominent politicians such as Nastase, ordinary Romanians see little progress.] Picture taken February 7, 2006.
ROMANIA NASTASE
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November 15, 2006
Romania's former prime minister Adrian Nastase shows a document during a news conference in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's former PM Nastase shows document during a news conference in Bucharest
Romania's former prime minister Adrian Nastase shows a document during a news conference in Bucharest November 15, 2006. Romanian prosecutors indicted Nastase on Monday in a landmark anti-graft case, charging him with blackmail and taking bribes worth 1.37 million euros ($1.76 million). REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA NASTASE
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February 07, 2006
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase gestures during a press conference in Bucharest February...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's former Prime Minister Nastase gestures during a press conference in Bucharest
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase gestures during a press conference in Bucharest February 7, 2006. Prosecutors said they had charged Nastase with graft in a landmark case as Romania struggles to boost its European Union hopes by tackling allegations of corruption. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
ROMANIA NASTASE
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January 16, 2006
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase announces his temporary resignation from his senior position...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's former PM Nastase announces his temporary resignation from his senior position in the ex-communist...
Romania's former Prime Minister Adrian Nastase announces his temporary resignation from his senior position in the ex-communist opposition party following recent allegations he profited from corruption, during a press conference in Bucharest January 16, 2006. Nastase, who is also the speaker of the lower house of Romania's parliament, has denied any wrongdoing but he faced increasing pressure in recent days from within the Social Democrat Party (PSD) and the local media to step down. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
ROMANIA ELECTIONS
RTRI2TS
December 12, 2004
Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase (R) and Foreign Minister Mircea Geoana (L) applaud after the...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's Prime Minister Nastase applauds after the first exit polls in BUcharest.
Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase (R) and Foreign Minister Mircea Geoana (L) applaud after the first exit polls showing him and centrist opposition leader Traian Basescu virtually neck-and-neck from the second round of presidential elections in Bucharest December 12, 2004. The ruling Social Democrats badly need a Nastase victory to hold on to power in the European Union candidate country following inconclusive parliamentary elections two weeks ago. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel BC/DL
ROMANIA ELECTION
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December 12, 2004
Romania's President Ion Iliescu (L) listens to Prime Minister and presidential candidate Adrian Nastase...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's PM and presidential candidate Nastase casts his ballot in Bucharest.
Romania's President Ion Iliescu (L) listens to Prime Minister and presidential candidate Adrian Nastase (R) while walking to a polling station in central Bucharest December 12, 2004. Nastase and popular Bucharest's mayor Traian Basescu face off in a presidential runoff seen as a key test for the Balkan country's European Union accession path. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel BC/WS
ROMANIA ELECTION
RTRI1KY
December 12, 2004
Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Adrian Nastase (L) and his wife Dana leave polling...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's PM and presidential candidate Nastase leaves polling booth at a voting station in Bucharest....
Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Adrian Nastase (L) and his wife Dana leave polling booths at a voting station in central Bucharest December 12, 2004. Nastase and Bucharest's popular mayor Traian Basescu face off in a presidential runoff seen as a key test for the Balkan country's European Union accession path. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel BC/WS
ROMANIA ELECTIONS
RTRHVEL
December 09, 2004
Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Nastase looks on during a ceremony in downtown Bucharest....
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Nastase looks on during a ceremony in downtown ......
Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Nastase looks on during a ceremony in downtown Bucharest. Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Adrian Nastase looks on during his latest book launching ceremony in Bucharest December 9, 2004. Nastase, candidate of the ruling Social Democrat Party, and Bucharest's mayor Traian Basescu, candidate of the centrist opposition alliance, will meet on Romania's December 12 presidential run-off after the November 28 inconclusive vote. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
ROMANIA ELECTIONS
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December 09, 2004
Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Nastase looks on during a ceremony in downtown Bucharest....
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Nastase looks on during a ceremony in downtown ......
Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Nastase looks on during a ceremony in downtown Bucharest. Romania's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Adrian Nastase looks on during his latest book launching ceremony in Bucharest December 9, 2004. Nastase, candidate of the ruling Social Democrat Party, and Bucharest's mayor Traian Basescu, candidate of the centrist opposition alliance, will meet on Romania's December 12 presidential run-off after the November 28 inconclusive vote. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
ROMANIA ELECTIONS
RTREKM2
October 30, 2004
Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase waves to his supporters in Bucharest October 30 during an election...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase waves to supporters in Bucharest.
Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase waves to his supporters in Bucharest October 30 during an election rally. Nastase and Bucharest mayor Traian Basescu will be among 12 candidates contesting presidential elections on Nov. 28, a month before the Balkan country aims to wrap up EU negotiations. The Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) issued the final list on Saturday of presidential candidates. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel BC/SM
ROMANIA ELECTION
RTRI01I
December 11, 2004
A poster of Romania's PM Nastase is glued over a poster depicting Bucharest's mayor Basescu ahead of...
Bucharest, Romania
A poster of Romania's PM Nastase is glued over a poster depicting Bucharest's mayor Basescu ahead ......
A poster of Romania's PM Nastase is glued over a poster depicting Bucharest's mayor Basescu ahead of presidential run-off. A poster of Romania's Prime Minister Adrian Nastase (R) is glued over a poster depicting Bucharest's mayor Traian Basescu (L) in downtown Romanian capital December 11, 2004. Nastase, candidate of the ruling Social Democrat Party, and Basescu, candidate of the centrist opposition alliance, are racing in Romania's December 12 presidential run-off after the inconclusive November 28 vote. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
ROMANIA NATO
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February 26, 2004
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the Romanian Parliament in Bucharest February 26, 2004...
Bucharest, Romania
ROMANIAN PRIME MINISTER NASTASE ADDRESSES THE ROMANIAN PARLIAMENT IN BUCHAREST.
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase addresses the Romanian Parliament in Bucharest February 26, 2004 during the official session to ratify an accession charter to NATO, paving the way for the ex-communist country to join the security alliance in April. Romania's parliament unanimously ratified the Balkan country's accession charter to NATO on Thursday . REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel BC/JV
ROMANIA NATO
RTR2Y41
March 25, 2002
Romanian Prime-minister Adrian Nastase opens the summit of east
European countries who hope to be invited...
Bucharest, Romania
ROMANIAN PRIME MINISTER ADRIAN NASTASE OPENS SUMMIT OF EAST EUROPEAN
COUNTRIES.
Romanian Prime-minister Adrian Nastase opens the summit of east
European countries who hope to be invited to join NATO in Bucharest
March 25, 2002. The "Spring of New Allies" meeting aims to present a
united front of applicants to existing alliance members in the run-up
to the decision on admitting new states in November. REUTERS/Bogdan
Cristel REUTERS

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RTRPLYE
June 21, 2003
Romania's President Ion Illiescu (L) waves as he arrives with his Prime
Minister Adrian Nastase to the...
Greece
ROMANIA'S PRESIDENT ILLIESCU AND PRIME MINISTER NASTASE ARRIVE TO
WESTERN BALKAN SUMMIT IN PORTO CARRAS....
Romania's President Ion Illiescu (L) waves as he arrives with his Prime
Minister Adrian Nastase to the working session of the EU-Western Balkan
Summit in Porto Carras, Greece, June 21, 2003. European Union leaders
welcomed the western Balkan countries on Saturday to talks on forging
closer economic and political ties. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB/CRB
IRAQ UN BLAIR
RTRJRMD
March 11, 2003
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR TALKS WITH ROMANIAN COUNTERPART
ADRIAN NASTASE IN DOWNING STREET...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR TALKS WITH ROMANIAN COUNTERPART
ADRIAN NASTASE IN DOWNING STREET...
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR TALKS WITH ROMANIAN COUNTERPART
ADRIAN NASTASE IN DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
ROMANIA USA
RTR71VP
July 21, 2004
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with the Prime Minister of Romania Adrian Nastase (L) in the Oval...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US President Bush welcomes Romania Prime Minister Nastase to the Oval Office.
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with the Prime Minister of Romania Adrian Nastase (L) in the Oval Office of the White House, July 21, 2004. The two leaders met privately to discuss regional economic issues. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD
UN ROMANIA
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July 20, 2004
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase (L) meets with Secretary General Kofi Annan at the United Nations...
New York, UNITED STATES
ROMANIAN PRIME MINISTER MEETS KOFI ANNAN AT THE UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase (L) meets with Secretary General Kofi Annan at the United Nations in New York, July 20, 2004. REUTERS/Chip East CME/HB
ROMANIA FRANCE
RTRDKXW
October 18, 2004
Romanian Prime Minister Nastase gestures to his French counterpart Raffarin during official welcoming...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian Prime Minister Nastase gestures to his French counterpart Raffarin during official ...
Romanian Prime Minister Nastase gestures to his French counterpart Raffarin during official welcoming ceremony in Bucharest. Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase (L) gestures to his French counterpart Jean-Pierre Raffarin (R) during the official welcoming ceremony at Victoria palace in Bucharest October 18, 2004. Raffarin is on a two-day visit to Romania to boost relations between the two countries. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
UN ROMANIA
RTR6YEK
July 20, 2004
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase acts in the rotating role as president of the United Nations Security...
New York
ROMANIAN PRIME MINISTER AT THE UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase acts in the rotating role as president of the United Nations Security Council in New York on July 20. Nastase oversaw a Security Council meeting about the cooperation between the United Nations and regional organizations in the stabilization process. REUTERS/Chip East CME
NASTASE
RTXK6O7
December 28, 2000
New Prime Minister Adrian Nastase adresses to Romanian parliament in Bucharest December 28, 2000. Nastase,...
Bucharest, Romania
New Prime Minister Adrian Nastase adresses to Romanian parliament in Bucharest December 28, 2000. Na.....
New Prime Minister Adrian Nastase adresses to Romanian parliament in Bucharest December 28, 2000. Nastase, executive leader of the leftist Party of Social Democracy, presented his leftist minority government and its economic programme. The parliament aproved both the government team and its programe with 314 votes pro and 145 votes against.
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