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Basescu: I believe it is possible to coexist with USL after referendum

2012-07-16 11:51:16

Suspended President Traian Basescu (photo) said that he sees a possible cohabitation with USL after the referendum, in the situation he will remain at Cotorceni, he stressed that he believed in coexistence and stimulated it. Asked if he see a feasible cohabitation, Basescu said, "Absolutely, yes. I encouraged it. I've named Victor Ponta. I have not made any other attempt to give the Government's PDL. PDL lost its majority, I haven't discussions. I simply said I have appointed prime minister Ponta, here is the mandate, that's the way, "said Basescu. Basescu said that he had no apprehension for this coexistence, which obliges the institutional operation. "The obligation was: even if we do not love to operate institutional and each one's view of," said Băsescu. He said that he believed more in cohabitation.

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sandy: on 2012-07-23 14:54:56
Who has translated this article into English? Not a professional, anyway.
It is a pity that The Diplomat displays such a low quality of expressing itself in English. Go through the text above and find for yourselves the mistakes made by your "translator/s".

1/ sequence of tenses
2/ to have in the negative
3/ use of adverbs
Get professional people!

costi: on 2012-12-04 19:14:49

that is the president speaking english, no translation there. i dont think he himself knows what hes trying to say. Since the poor guy is torn between whats right and wrong, he accepts the help of others who make helpful suggestions which he just thumbs up. What a great guy! Oh, Base..Really it doesn't matter what he says, things just seem to happen anyway.

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