The Wiesel Commission is the International Commission on the Holocaust in Romania, which was established by former President Ion Iliescu in October 2003 to research and create a report on the actual history of the Holocaust in Romania and make specific recommendations for educating the public on the issue. The Commission, which was led by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel as well as Jean Ancel, released its report in late 2004. The Romanian government recognized the report's findings and

Ion Iliescu (Romanian pronunciation: [iˈon iliˈesku] (listen); born 3 March 1930) is a Romanian politician who served as President of Romania from 1989 until 1996, and from 2000 until 2004. From 1996 to 2000 and from 2004 until his retirement in 2008, Iliescu was a senator for the Social Democratic Party (PSD), of which he is honorary president. He joined the Communist Party in 1953 and became a member of its Central Committee in 1965. However, beginning with 1971, he was gradually marginalized by

Holocaust in Latvia, Holocaust in Lithuania, Holocaust in Ukraine).[319] From then on, as the fighting troops progressed over the Dniester, the local administration deported large numbers of Jews into the fighting zone, in hopes that they would be exterminated by the Germans.[89][320] Antonescu himself stated: "I am in favor of expelling the Jews from Bessarabia and [Northern] Bukovina to the.  In 2003, after a period in which his own equivocal stance on the matter had drawn controversy,[559] Constantinescu's successor Ion Iliescu established the Wiesel Commission

The Holocaust is one of the best documented events in history. “Holocaust denial” describes attempts to negate the established facts of the Nazi genocide of European Jewry.  The organization of the commission follows public statements made earlier in 2003 by then President Ion Iliescu who minimized the Holocaust in Romania, and by former Information Minister Vasile Dincu who denied the Holocaust in Romania. 2005 In a speech broadcast on live television on December 14, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls the Holocaust a “myth.”

Romanian President Ion Iliescu delivered an historic speech on 12 October at the parliament building in Bucharest when, for the first time, a Romanian head of state acknowledged in no ambiguous ter  The presidential address was given to mark -- for the first time in Romania -- Holocaust Day. In May 2004, a government decision established that the day would be marked on 9 October, but commemoration was postponed this year to avoid violating the Jewish Sabbath. Could Iliescu's speech and other increased attention to anti-Semitic episodes in the country's past uproot Holocaust denial in Romania?

Ion Iliescu (centre) said Romania's wartime leaders took part 'with zeal'. Romania is for the first time holding a Holocaust commemoration day for the hundreds of thousands of Romanian Jews who were murdered during World War II. The Romanian government denied that a Holocaust took place on its territory until last year, when its stand led to a diplomatic row with Israel. The commemorations included a special session of parliament and a ceremony at Bucharest's main synagogue. President Ion Iliescu said young generations had to know the truth. Such a tragedy must not be repea

Ion Iliescu was born in Oltenita, Romania, on March 3, 1930. His father was a railway worker who was active in the workers'(communist) movement prior to his death, at the age of 45, in the early 1950s. Ion Iliescu pursued advanced studies in the Soviet Union specializing in electro-technical engineering.  As president, Iliescu was the first Romanian head of state to participate in the Jewish community's annual commemoration of the Holocaust. In May 1996, Iliescu signed a Treaty of Friendship, Goodneighbourliness and Cooperation with President Zoran Lilic of Yugoslavia. The Treaty will regulate the two countries' inter-state relations until 2016.

Romania's ex-President Ion Iliescu appears in court on charges of crimes against humanity over the violent suppression of a protest in 1990.  Image caption Mr Iliescu served as president twice. Romania's ex-President Ion Iliescu is facing prosecution on charges of crimes against humanity for the violent suppression of a protest months after the fall of the Communist regime. Several people died and around 1,000 others were wounded when police and miners attacked demonstrators in Bucharest in June 1990. Ion Iliescu, 85, was president from 1990 until 1996 and then returned for a second term from 2000 to 2004. He was accused of murder in 2005.

Romania's ex-President Ion Iliescu appears in court on charges of crimes against humanity over the violent suppression of a protest in 1990.  Image caption Mr Iliescu served as president twice. Romania's ex-President Ion Iliescu is facing prosecution on charges of crimes against humanity for the violent suppression of a protest months after the fall of the Communist regime. Several people died and around 1,000 others were wounded when police and miners attacked demonstrators in Bucharest in June 1990. Ion Iliescu, 85, was president from 1990 until 1996 and then returned for a second term from 2000 to 2004. He was accused of murder in 2005.

Ion Iliescu - politician român, fost președinte al României. Avem și noi o boală în țara asta, iar aceasta este alternanța la Putere. Și chiar dacă există această alternanță la Putere, nu am ajuns să învățăm faptul că ea nu trebuie să întrerupă continuitatea anumitor lucruri. (Suceava, octombrie 2005). Vă mulțumesc pentru ce ați demonstrat și în aceste zile, că sunteți o forță puternică, cu o înaltă disciplină civică și muncitorească, oameni de nădejde și la bine, dar mai ales la greu.

In 2004, after a dispute with Israel over comments about the Holocaust, then-President Ion Iliescu assembled an international panel led by Nobel-prize winner Elie Wiesel to investigate the Holocaust in Romania. Holocaust forum raises awareness on mass graves. Take, for example, ex-President Ion Iliescu, the architect of the current political system.  Last month Iliescu and leaders of his ruling National Salvation Front won more than 80 percent of the vote, riding a tide of support to become among the few ex-communists to win elections in Eastern Europe. Mob Rule In Romania. Iliescu described the fighting as an attempted coup, and he had a point. Mob Rule In Romania.

Cele mai noi stiri despre Ion Iliescu. Informatii generale, biografie/istoric, poze si video despre Ion Iliescu prezentate de Ziare.com.  Ion Iliescu / Revolutie. "Eu am participat la o revolutie anticomunista 100%, iar ei au participat la o schimbare de lider comunist cu alti lideri comunisti. Am fost pacaliti cu totii," crede, la 29 de ani de la Revolutie, actorul Ion Caramitru.

Ion Iliescu News from United Press International.  Ion Iliescu (born March 3, 1930) is a Romanian politician. He joined the Communist Party in 1953, and became a member of the Central Committee in 1965, serving in various positions until Nicolae Ceauşescu was overthrown in 1989. Iliescu was the elected President of Romania for eleven years (three terms), from 1990 to 1992, 1992 to 1996, and 2000 to 2004. His first and second terms were separated from the third term by the presidency of Emil Constantinescu. His successor is the former Democratic Party leader Traian Băsescu. From 2004 until recently, Iliescu has been Senator for the Social Democ

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Holocaust education is normal in Germany. But in some parts of Europe, where much of the killing took place, the past is buried under layers of politics and history. A Moldovan group is installing monuments to the ill-remembered slaughter of Romanian Jews.  Following mid-2002 statements by then-President Ion Iliescu to the effect that there had been no Holocaust in Romania -- and the resulting outcry -- a commission was appointed to look into the country's World War II treatment of Jews. The 2004 report resulted, and on October 9 of that year, the country marked its first ever Holocaust Commemoration Day.

Așadar nu orice Ion Iliescu este ”acel” Ion Iliescu. O morală simplă, de sfârșit de săptămână. Sfârșit de săptămână în care industria știrilor false depășește planul. Ion Iliescu. Posted in General | Leave a Comment ». ”Profesionalism” jurnalistic .  Dacă ați uitat, EvZ este un ziar de ”calitate”, unde deontologia profesională e sfântă! Am aflat și eu asta din ediția online de azi a jurnalului, sub semnătura doamnei/domnișoarei Ramona Dănciulescu, că ”despre funcția pe care a avut-o soția lui Ion Iliescu s-a vorbit extrem de puțin de-a lungul timpului. Aceasta se bucură de o pensie lunară imensă, în valoare de 10.600 de lei, sumă la care alții doar visează, după cum mai informează sursa citată”.

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