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Sorin Rosca Stanescu considers that "Se pune capat viitorului monarhiei in Romania. Definitiv. Sau cel putin pentru aceasta Casa Regala. Pentru ca, fapt nemaipomenit, aceasta institutie a neamului a luat decizia de a se preda unei republici. Republica Romania preia Casa Regala si o transforma intr-o fundatie." ( " The Monarchy in Romania finishes here. Forever. At least for this Royal House. Because, extraordinary event, this institution of our people took the decision to surrender to the republic. The republic of Romania takes over the Royal House and changes it in a foundation")

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This evening the 1st of july at 22.45 Romanian hour Rares Bogdan will have a special guest at "Jocuri de putere" at Realitatea TV: the leader of The Movement for Kingdom and Crown,Mrs Marilena Rotaru. The interview will be about the Royal House and the crisis of Monarchy.

All those that understand Romanian will be very interested to listen to Mrs Marilena Rotaru this evening at 22.45 at Realitatea Tv.. She knows the history of the Royal Family and the reality of the monarchists better than anybody else.
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This evening the 1st of july at 22.45 Romanian hour Rares Bogdan will have a special guest at "Jocuri de putere" at Realitatea TV: the leader of The Movement for Kingdom and Crown,Mrs Marilena Rotaru. The interview will be about the Royal House and the crisis of Monarchy.
There is no crisis of monarchy in Romania, and this is a constructed debate with very little interest, that only serves to make those who claim to be monarchists look ridiculous in the eyes of the few people who might choose to watch this program, or read these commentaries.

I find it sad, and very revealing, that a journalist or a person with a particular thorn in the side of the Royal Family, seems to carry more weight and is deemed as having more knowledge or wisdom than those who have lived all their lives being members of the Royal Family, and those who work finding practical solutions to actual issues, instead of theorizing and criticizing from the outside.
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Exactly Lady Rohan, I full heartedly agree with you. Mrs Rotaru is not representative,not at all any more. And for Cory to quote, earlier on, Mr Sorin Rosca Stanescu, who has admitted to being a Securitate collaborator, and who was condemned to a prison term for his involvement in a corruption case, underpins the weakness of Cory's "arguments".
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Exactly Lady Rohan, I full heartedly agree with you. Mrs Rotaru is not representative,not at all any more. And for Cory to quote, earlier on, Mr Sorin Rosca Stanescu, who has admitted to being a Securitate collaborator, and who was condemned to a prison term for his involvement in a corruption case, underpins the weakness of Cory's "arguments".
Mrs Rotaru is a symbol for those that believe in the Monarchy and she has always been very appreciated by the King. So she is very representative. But this could be understood only by Romanians or by those that know the country very well.
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Even if it will be quite late in the evening many will watch the interview with Mrs Rotaru in order to understand the dissapointment of the Monarchists in front of the new project of law but also to understand realities of the last 26 years.
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Mrs Rotaru is a symbol for those that believe in the Monarchy and she has always been very appreciated by the King. So she is very representative.
Yes, Mrs Rotaru was exceedingly helpful to the cause of the Royal House and the monarchy when she unquestionably made public certain "information" about Prince Nicholas following the events of August 2015; information that turned out to be not only slanderous but also completely untrue. Did Mrs Rotaru forget about the importance of journalistic integrity and doing independent research to make sure that what you have been told actually jives with the facts? Seems so.

Maybe you should be more careful about the people you put up on pedestals, Cory, as many of them can be easily knocked off.
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Mrs Rotaru has never said anything she was not sure to be true.
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Mrs Rotaru has never said anything she was not sure to be true.
That is a very dangerous statement to make about a journalist, turned gossip, who as late as last year made false claims about Nicholas and the Royal Family, just like Benjamin points out, and to make about another person in general. I am quite sure this woman, just like most people in life, has said something that she was unsure of or knew wasn't true.
If not, she should be canonized by the Church as a saint.

Then again, some have chosen that side of the argument. I'm glad to see most politicians, supporters and public members with any interest lend their support to the Crown Princess and the Royal Family. That gives hope that slander will not win out, and that sour grapes will not be able to bring a good cause down.
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Mrs Rotaru has always been recognized as extremely faithful to the King and extremely honest. Her interviews with the King are a proof.
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Mrs Rotaru has always been recognized as extremely faithful to the King and extremely honest. Her interviews with the King are a proof.
I don't think we need to spend time in this thread discussing the honesty of a journalist.
Those who wants to watch the program, should, and meanwhile, H.R.H Prince Radu went to the Turkish Embassy in Bucharest today, to sign the book of condolences on behalf of the Royal Family, following the dreadful attack in Istanbul this week.

Principele Radu, condoleanţe în memoria victimelor atentatelor din Istanbul
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Earlier this week, a portrait of H.M the King was unveiled by the Custodian of the Crown, in the presence of T.R.H Prince Radu and Princess Maria.



In my opinion, this is one of the best portraits I've seen of the King, and in comparison to other royal portraits, the painter has captured the likeness of the King incredibly well.
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It's a beautiful portrait which honours His Majesty the King. May the Lord gives him good health and a full recovery.
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A real special interview with Mrs Marilena Rotaru about Romanian Royalty and Monarchy now on Realitatea TV:

Realitatea TV Live | REALITATEA .NET

Wonderful wittness to the life of the Sovereign and to the hope in the future of the Monarchy! Very elegant way to describe the nowadays realities.
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The King will be delighted to hear the Monarchists are uniting their efforts for Monarchy. Today in Alba Iulia an Agreement was signed by the Movement for Kingdom and Crown, the Monarchists Clubs of the UE and the Movement for the Kingdom of Romania. The new National Convention for the Constitutional Monarchy made an appeal to all monarchists to join it for the common ideal.
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The King will be delighted to hear the Monarchists are uniting their efforts for Monarchy. Today in Alba Iulia an Agreement was signed by the Movement for Kingdom and Crown, the Monarchists Clubs of the UE and the Movement for the Kingdom of Romania. The new National Convention for the Constitutional Monarchy made an appeal to all monarchists to join it for the common ideal.
I'm happy with this news. It was good that Romania could be monarchy.
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Now the monarchists work together strongly united for the King and the restoration.
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2016 polling on the status of the romanian royal house

MARCH 2016 IRES SURVEY ON THE ROMANIAN ROYAL HOUSE (PART ONE)


2016 marks 150 years since the founding of the Royal House of Romania, an event that coincides with the promulgation of the Constitution of 1866 and the establishment of the modern Romanian state. It is a time that allows us to have an opportunity to reflect on the significance of the Romanian Royal House, and also on the role that the Romanians believe that this institution must play in Romanian society.

This study conducted by IRES provides a detailed perception of Romanians on the Royal Family, the representations which this institution has in society and, not least, the involvement of the institution of the monarchy in Romanian public life.


How Romanians View the Royal Family

The reputation of the Royal House of Romania is increased, 93% of respondents saying they had heard about this institution, higher proportions of respondents who were informed being found among males, those aged between 36 and 50 years, those with higher education, those living in urban areas and those from other regions than Moldova.

Confidence in the Royal Family is present among 61% of respondents. Confidence in the royal family is positively correlated to increases in age, and respondents with higher education. A greater extent than those with a lower education level have much or very much confidence in this institution; the proportion who say they have very much trust or confidence in Royal House of Romania in Moldova is lower compared to other regions.

Between 6 and 7 in 10 respondents did not give an answer when asked what principles or values ​​are, in their view, embodied by the Royal House of Romania. Of those who responded to this question, most mentioned as the principles evoked by the Royal House are accuracy, reliability, trust, tradition, honesty, honor and stability.

Less than a quarter (23%) of those who have heard of the Royal House of Romania are aware of the work of this institution. The percentage of those who say they are aware of this activity is increasing proportional to the respondents' age and their level of education; men, people living in the city and those living in southern Romania declare a higher proportion who about the work of the Royal House. Only 5% of those who are familiar with the work of the Royal House are unhappy, saying they feel bad or very bad about it.

One third of those who heard the Royal House of Romania are familiar with the work of Princess Margareta and Prince Radu. The proportion of those who are aware of their work is increasing with the age of respondents; this percentage is higher for women, those living in urban areas and highly educated respondents. Respondents from Transylvania and Banat responded with a higher percentage of awareness compared to other regions that are not aware of the work of Princess Margareta and Prince Radu. The opinions of those who know of their activities are viewed as good or very good by 90%, only 6% of respondents saying that their opinion is bad or very bad about the activity of Princess Margareta and Prince Radu.

One in ten respondents do not declare their opinion on the involvement of members of the Royal House of Romania in public life. The proportions of those who believe that they are involved in public life in Romania to a sufficient extent and those deemed the Royal House is involved to an insufficient extent are similar: 42% versus 45%. People who think that members of the Royal House are insufficiently involved in public life in Romania are found among males, persons aged 51-65 years with secondary or higher education who live in urban areas and in Transylvania and Banat. Conversely, respondents who believe that members of the Royal House are sufficiently involved in public life in Romania are found in higher numbers among women, persons over 65, respondents with elementary education, those living in rural areas or in the region of Moldavia. Asked what members of the Royal House should do to be more involved in public life in Romania, respondents who consider that they are involved insufficiently recommended involvement in the following areas: greater involvement in policy / legislation (17%), Royal House to be better known (10%) and the Royal House to support the poor / carry out charity (6%).

Relations between other European Royal Houses and the Romanian Royal House are assessed mostly positively, 85% and 84% of respondents who have heard of the Royal House of Romania have a very good view and good about these relationships. Relationships with the Royal Houses of Europe are generally assessed positively at a higher rate among people with secondary and higher education, among urban dwellers (86.1%) and those in the south of the country. The percentage of males, those with higher education, those aged between 18 and 35 who have a positive view of relations between the Royal House and other Royal Houses in Europe is higher than those of respondents with elementary education or persons over 35 who expressed the same opinion.

Regarding the perception of relations between the Romanian Royal House and Romanians, 82% of respondents who have heard of the Royal Family have a good or very good opinion. Women, people aged between 51 and 65 years and people living in rural areas are more likely to have a positive opinion than men, people aged under 51 or over 65 and those living in urban areas.

Relations between the Presidency and the Royal House of Romania arouses positive views among the 73% of persons to whom this question was addressed. Women have a good or very good opinion on relations between the Presidency and the Royal House at a rate slightly higher than men and respondents aged 65 years and younger. Respondents in the South express slightly higher proportion of negative views about the relationship between the Royal House and the Presidency.

The relationships of the Royal Family with civil society or NGOs is rated at good or very good among 67% of respondents. People aged over 65 claim to a lesser extent than those aged up to 65 years that they feel good and very good about relations between the Royal Family and civil society and/or NGOs. Percentage of positive opinions increases with level of education. Respondents in urban areas compared to rural ones opting also a higher proportion for a positive evaluation of these relations.

Although relations between the Government and the Royal House are perceived positively by most respondents (55%), they are negatively evaluated to a greater extent among men than among women. Regarding residence, a positive opinion is encountered in the countryside to a greater extent than in urban areas, in Moldova and to a greater extent than in other regions.

Relations between the Royal House and the Parliament of Romania / Romanian politicians registers the lowest percentage in this respect, positive evaluations being 53% / 46%.

Relations between the Parliament and the Royal Family is rated at good or very good among 53% of respondents. Respondents aged 51 and 65, those with elementary education and those living in rural areas tend to feel there is a good or very good relationship between Parliament and the Royal House. The proportion of those who claim to have a bad opinion about relations between Parliament and the Royal Household decreases as education levels increase.

Relations between the Royal House and politicians is rated at good or very good opinion among 46% of participants. Women and people over 50 have a greater tendency to view this relationship as good or very good than men and those aged 50 years or less. In contrast, the percentage of those who have a negative opinion on this relationship increases with level of education. People in rural areas and in the south of the country have a positive opinion on this relationship to a greater extent than people in urban areas and those in Transylvania, Banat and Moldova.

77% of respondents who have heard of the Royal House of Romania believe that future relations between the Royal House and Romanian society should be strengthened. People aged between 51 and 65 years expressed a greater desire for strengthening relations between the Royal House and Romanian society. Of those who have heard of the Royal House of Romania, 12% consider that the role of this institution would be to engage in Romanian society; another 10% of respondents stated that the role of the Royal House were to take power / leadership of the country; 8% of those interviewed desire that involvement in political / decision making should be the role of the Royal House. One third of the respondents did not answer this question, and that the Royal House should have no role in Romanian society was the view of 2% of those who participated in the study.

Source: IRES - Royal House of Romania: Perceptions and Representations
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MARCH 2016 IRES SURVEY ON THE ROMANIAN ROYAL HOUSE (PART TWO)


When asked to rate their view on the importance of the role that the Kings of Romania had played in Romanian history, respondents signified that those Kings who have had the greatest importance were (nearing a 'crucial' role) first King Mihai I (average of 8.36) and then King Carol I (average of 8.16).

On a scale of 1 to 10, where 1 means very low, and 10 means very high, regarding the prestige the member of the Royal House brings to Romania, King Mihai I is rated with an average of 8.55, the prestige brought by Princess Margareta is rated with an average of 8.17; respondents' assessment for the member of the Royal House with the lowest average for prestige is Prince Radu (7.20). The dignity brought to Romanians by King Mihai I was evaluated on the same scale, with an average of 8.67, then ​​Princess Margareta at 8.25, and finally Prince Radu with 7.40. Of the three aspects investigated, the worst assessed is hope for the future that is brought to the country by the Royal Family; on this point averages of evaluations for members of the Royal House are closer than in other areas; both King Mihai I and Princess Margareta rated between 7.85 - 7.80.

Almost two thirds of respondents who have heard of the Royal House of Romania declare that they are aware of who will succeed King Mihai I in representing the institution. The lowest proportion of study participants who say they know who this person is can be found among young people (18-35 years) and the highest percentage among those who are older than 65 years, among the highly educated, those living in urban areas and in the south of Romania.

71% of those who say they are aware of this information name Princess Margareta as the person who will in future head the Royal House of Romania, while another 15% recall that the first in the line of succession would "a daughter of the King," without specifying which of the daughters of King Mihai I it is to whom they refer. About six in ten people surveyed who know who is to represent Royal House of Romania in the future have much or very much confidence in this person, and three in ten have little or very little confidence. Women, people aged over 65, with elementary education who live in the South, Bucharest and Dobrogea tend to trust much or very much higher proportions.

Regarding the information that the institution of the Royal House officially bears the name of "Royal House of Romania", having given up the name of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen from 10 May 2011, about a third of those who have heard of the Royal House are familiar with this development. This information is known in higher proportions of respondents aged 51 and 65, among people with higher education and residents of the city.

King Mihai I in the Romanian Conscience

99% of respondents have heard of King Mihai I, slightly lower percentages were recorded in rural areas and in Moldova. When asked about the feelings that arise upon mention of King Mihai I, more than a quarter of respondents did not answer or did not know to offer a response in this regard. Of the 49% of respondents who provided an answer to this question, King Mihai I fostered, for the most part, positive feelings among more than half of respondents. The more prevalent sentiments upon mention of King Mihai I among those interviewed are: respect (11%), trust (6%), compassion, patriotism, nostalgia (3% each). 1% of respondents reported that King Mihai I caused negative feelings and the other 15% reported that King Mihai I does not evoke any feelings.

King Mihai I is the personality that more than half of respondents (54%) associate with the title of "King of Romania" at the expense of King Carol I (22%), of Ferdinand I (10%) or Carol II (4%). The proportion of those who make this association increases with age and decreases with level of education. Respondents from rural areas and women were more likely to respond that the title of King of Romania is mostly associated with Mihai I.

Concerning the deteriorating health of King Mihai I, most of the Romanians interviewed (92%) had heard of this development; the proportion of those who know of this situation is higher among those aged between 51 and 65, people with higher education and respondents from the southern regions of the country. Compared to people of other ages, a high percentage of study participants aged between 18 and 35 years have never heard of the King's poor health (22.5%).

"Royal" Knowledge among Romanians

Only 16% of respondents know that Royalty Day [10 May] is celebrated in Romania. They are found in higher proportions among males, persons aged over 65, those who are educated, the urban and those living in southern areas of the country.
Correct meanings of the date of 10 May in history are not known by two-thirds of the respondents. Those who say they know the significance of this day remember primarily the coronation of Carol I (12%) and Romania's day of independence (6%). The beginning of the reign of Carol I is mentioned with higher proportions among men, people living in the city and in the south.

12% of respondents in the survey say they celebrate Royalty Day.

About half (51%) of respondents say they are aware that 2016 is a jubilee celebrating the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Royal House of Romania, but also the foundation of the modern Romanian state. People with higher education say they know this in a greater proportion than those with elementary education, and more in urban areas than in rural areas. In addition, the percentage of those who know of this jubilee increases with age. Respondents from Transylvania and Banat declare to a lesser extent than respondents from other regions that they are informed on this issue.

Monarchy vs. Republic


Almost two thirds of respondents believe that Romania would have evolved for the better if after the revolution of 1989 the country would have opted to restore the monarchy. The percentages of those who support this are higher according to respondents' age. The proportion of those who argue that it would have been better for Romania to reinstate the monarchy after 1989 are higher among men and people in urban areas.

About seven in ten respondents did not know or did not respond when asked which is the main advantage of the republic; 11% of respondents mentioning the right to vote and elect the representativeness as the most important strength of the republic. The percentage of those who did not know or did not respond to the question was less when the respondents were asked about the main advantage of the monarchy (about six out of ten). Respondents mention the main advantages of the monarchy would be better external relations / increased national security (8%).

More than a quarter of respondents, when asked what is currently the best system for Romanian government did not know how to answer this question. However, 47% indicate a republic is the best system and 19% indicated a monarchy is the best system. Respondents opting for the monarchy were more likely to be found among men, people living in urban areas of the south, those between the ages of 36 and 65, but also through those with higher education.

In the event of a referendum on the form of government for Romania, with the options being between choosing a monarchy or a republic, 62% of respondents said they would opt for the maintenance of the republic, while 21% say they would prefer the transition to a monarchy.

This data is part of the study "Royal House of Romania at 150 Years - Perceptions and Representations" made ​​by the Romanian Institute for Evaluation and Strategy - IRES Magazine between 23 to 24 March 2016. SUMMARY based on a total sample of 1,073 subjects aged over 18 years, representing the adult population of Romania, margin of error of 3%. The study was conducted by CATI method (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing).

Source: IRES - Royal House of Romania: Perceptions and Representations
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