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Old 09-18-2013, 04:08 PM
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The royalists ask the President of the Senate Crin Antonescu (president of the once monarchist National Liberal Party) to openly support the Restoration:

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Old 09-18-2013, 04:27 PM
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The royalists ask the President of the Senate Crin Antonescu (president of the once monarchist National Liberal Party) to openly support the Restoration:

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Old 09-20-2013, 06:06 AM
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The President of the Senate has always claimed to be royalist but he wants to become president of the republic so...
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Old 09-29-2013, 11:42 PM
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The President of the Senate has always claimed to be royalist but he wants to become president of the republic so...
That is the problem with restoration, the politicians don't want to lose the chance to be top dog, unless the country has fallen so low (re: Cambodia) that even communists will support a restoration.
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More than one thousand persons participated on the 10th of November in Bucharest at a Royal March in favour of the King and of Monarchy. The event was organized by the National Alliance for the Restoration of Monarchy and all the newspapers and televisions speak about the return of the royalist option.
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Old 11-11-2013, 05:29 AM
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Please leave politics and comments and opinions on politicians out of this forum.
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Old 11-11-2013, 06:19 AM
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Videos from the 10th of November Royalist March in Bucharest:



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Old 11-11-2013, 06:32 AM
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Old 11-12-2013, 06:31 AM
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It's only the beginning...
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Old 11-12-2013, 07:11 AM
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Well, I'm very pleased that the Royalist March is able to take place without any apparent problems - from the videos it seems to have been a very jolly event.

I do think that restoring a monarchy is far more difficult that abolishing a monarchy! However, it is certianly not beyond the realms of possibility and the situation in Romania seems to be the way to do it: slowly, slowly, catchy monkey so to speak! I like the phrase "royalist option" used by Cory, because installing a monarchical system is indeed a reasonable option for the public in general to think about.

I think there are many people in politics who would like a "top job" and they lose themselves in trying to obtain it, knowing they would have a limited time in such high office to make their mark. The result, I feel, is that the quality of statemanship is also lost, whereas royal personages have a lifetime.
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Old 11-12-2013, 09:44 AM
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I would like to see The King back on his Throne, something His Majesty deserves after such a difficult life.
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Old 11-12-2013, 09:54 PM
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The 10 of November Royalist March in Bucharest was a remarkable event. What a beautiful sight to be seen as the Royalist Option continues to gain further ground.

I think back to last September (2012) as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh hosted a luncheon at Windsor Castle for the sovereign monarchs from around the world. King Michael I was strategically placed sitting directly next to Queen Elizabeth. At the time I thought this was sending a powerful message and I still do. I love this picture for just that reason. I hope it's Ok to post here.
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The luncheon took place in may 2012.
The only reason because he was placed sitting next to Queen Elizabeth is that, among all the guests, King Michael was the one who ascended to the throne earlier, in 1927. The other sovereign sitting next to Her Majesty was King Simeon of Bulgaria, who became king in 1943.
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Thank you Mfan for the explanation as to seating placement, it brings clarity to the photo.
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I think this is a real unprecedented situation, I mean I´ve never seen a "deposed" monarch living in his old palace, being acclaimed even by a republican parliament for his birthday but still - not being in office...?!
When I take my distant view upon the romanian royal house I always have the impression of a "monarchy existing in a republic"...
Let´s hope there will be a turning point in 2014 in favour for the King and the Crown Princess!
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The problem is: Head of State, regardless of title, is the highest office in a nation and no politician wants to give up that opportunity. Thus no official status for the King or Royal Family, just this hazy, semi-official status.
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Old 01-15-2014, 06:25 AM
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The two political factions do not really want Monarchy in this moment.

The last poll made this days shows a clear support for Monarchy at 27,2% of the population.

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The debate "Monarchy-Solution for Romania" will be organised next Saturday, the 15th of February at 10.30 in Cluj-Napoca at the European Studies Faculty of the "Babes Bolyai"University. At the event will participate the leaders of ANRM (National Alliance for the Restoration of Monarchy).

Dezbatere despre Monarhie a ANRM Cluj
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Old 02-15-2014, 08:12 AM
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Wonderful success for the Cluj Debate about Monarchy!Professors from the University, artists, priests belonging to different Churches, many youth participated at the evend organized by ANRM.



https://www.facebook.com/rocsana.con...9410034&type=1
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Royalist demonsrations in April organized in the main cities for a Royalist Constitution:

Manifestazioni monarchiche in Romania nel mese di Aprile per una Costituzione monarchica:

Mitinguri ale regali_tilor pentru o Constitucie monarhic
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I think this is a real unprecedented situation, I mean I´ve never seen a "deposed" monarch living in his old palace, being acclaimed even by a republican parliament for his birthday but still - not being in office...?!
When I take my distant view upon the romanian royal house I always have the impression of a "monarchy existing in a republic"...
Let´s hope there will be a turning point in 2014 in favour for the King and the Crown Princess!
This is what I think as well, it is a bizarre situation indeed

I do hope for the restoration of the Romanian Monarchy, I quite like the Romanian Royal Family
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