Former PM of Romania, C. P. Tăriceanu, pondering about a constitutional monarchy or a parliamentary republic, after losing the race for presidency.
Prince Radu speaks about a hundred-year project, on behalf of the Royal Family of Romania, amongst political candidates for Presidency that only seek the next decade. (FOTO: Constantin Duma - Agerpres)
Ioana Petrescu, a Harvard graduate involved in Romanian politics (as a Finance Minister), remains the role model female politicians should aspire to.
Time spent in jail for former PM, Adrian Năstase, gave him the motive to re-brand himself and return to public life after 10 years since he lost the elections for President of Romania.
Famous actor - now politician, Mircea Diaconu didn't retreat to the mountains (as he said in 2012), and kept on fighting an outdated Romanian electoral and political system. Now he is an independent candidate running for a seat in the European Parliament.
Klaus Iohannis, mayor of Sibiu, Romania, steps into national spotlight right in the frontline of an all-out open political conflict between the parties of the governing Union.
Mircea Geoană, former candidate for President of Romania, still remains a note-worthy public voice whilst being an ordinary Senator.
HRH Crown Princess Margareta of Romania outclasses all the women in todays Romanian politics - here launching a ship at Galati, 28 June 2013
Lawyer Gheorghiţă Mateuţ has defended important politicians in cases of corruption and other penal mathers, earning him a „five star” rating from justice seekers.