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1.Adrian Nastase to step down from House speaker and PSD executive head positions The leaders of local branches of the opposition Social Democratic Party – PSD voted against the executive president of the group, Adrian Nastase, following marathon talks that stretched well after midnight on Tuesday. The vote prompted Nastase to announce his resignation as speaker of the House and executive head of the PSD. But he said he would not leave the party for good.
2.What the newspapers say: March 15, 2006 Romanian newspapers on Wednesday compensate the lack of information on the results of a critical vote within the opposition PSD party with reports on the disaster the floods, snow and rain produced across the country, new revelations of suspicious activities at the Romanian Lottery and debates on fiscal authority moves against top football clubs in Bucharest.
3.Analysts debate political storm sparked by Social Democratic opposition The expected resignation of opposition leader Adrian Nastase as speaker of the Romanian House of Deputies sends shockwaves not only through the ranks of his own Social Democratic Party (PSD) but through the entire political spectrum. Two analysts have commented for Hotnews.ro on the implications of the move for PSD and Romanian politics in general.
4.Bucharest Stock Exchange presents its priorities A substantial rise of the number of investors, of daily transactions and capitalizations are some of the major priorities of the Bucharest Stock Exchange for the coming years, it was announced in a press conference organized on Wednesday to present the new members of the BSE board.
5.Report: Romanian economic growth 4.1% in 2005, halved from 2004 The estimated GDP Romania registered in 2005 stood at 287.1 billion RON, up 4.1% compared to the previous year, according to data provided by the National Statistics Institute on Wednesday. The figure was half the growth registered in 2004, where the Romanian economy rose by 8.3%.
6.Romanians and Bulgarians receive green light for Finnish work market Following Romania and Bulgaria’s scheduled accession into the European Union on January 1, 2007, the citizens of the two countries will be allowed to work in Finland without restrictions, the Finnish Parliament decided on Wednesday, according to Novinite.
7.Natural gas prices ups 3.6 percent by April 1 All 29 natural gas providers will increase the price with an average of 3.8 percent according to the consumer category, hence the domestic consumers will pay 3.6 percent more, according to a press release by the National Authority for Regulating Natural Gas (ANRGN).
8.Savings House head forecasts further increase in house prices The chairman of the Romanian Savings House (CEC) Constantin Radulescu believes that house prices will continue to rise as the mortgage and real estate loans are becoming more accessible, and the building pace of residences will accelerate. Radulescu says it is likely that the annual 30,000 average will be exceeded in 2006.
9.Romanian authorities challenged by flooding risks Official data provided by the Government regarding the flood situation across the country underestimate the real outlook as revealed by a Hotnews.ro investigation. According to sources questioned by Hotnews.ro, authorities did not intervene accordingly, but with delays and lack of efficiency despite official reports of "prompt interventions." The weather forecasts announce rain showers until the end of the week, prompting fears of more severe flooding than last year.
10.Rapid Bucharest loses to Hamburg but qualifies for next stage Rapid qualifies for the quarter finals of the UEFA Cup despite loosing 1-3 to Hamburg on Wednesday night in the second leg of round of 16, due to one lead goal by Mugurel Buga.
11.Ten thousand celebrate Hungarians Day in Transylvanian city Hungary’s national day was celebrated peacefully on March 15 across Romania where Hungarian population lives. 10,000 ethnic Hungarians gathered in the city of Targu Secuiesc and read out a declaration of autonomy of the Szekler County.
12.PSD - sfirsit de capitol? Demisia lui Adrian Nastase de la conducerea PSD si a Camerei Deputatilor ridica doua probleme: in ce masura va continua procesul real de asanare morala a PSD si daca acest lucru va avea vreo influenta asupra campaniei anti-coruptie. Ziaristul Cristian Ghinea a apreciat, pentru Hotnews.ro, ca punctul important al acestei crize este daca se va institui sau nu ordinea morala in PSD. Sorin Ionita, director executiv la SAR, considera ca PSD pune prea mult accent pe imagine si ar trebui sa fie mai preocupat de elaborarea unor politici publice de impact.
13.Stuttgart, Hertha, Hamburg ... Auf Wiedershein! Performanta incredibila a giulestenilor care astfel rescriu istoria fotbalului alb-visniu. Hamburg a cistigat cu 3-1, dar n-a fost suficient pentru a merge mai departe. Mugurel Buga a inscris golul care a calificat Rapidul in sferturile Cupei UEFA.
14.Romanii vor cu totii in UE - ca sa duca o viata mai buna Mai mult de jumatate din romani ar alege sa munceasca in strainatate pentru o viata mai buna. Doar infima valoare de 16% nu a ales sa mearga peste hotare, in conditiile in care UE se extinde si obstacolele pe care le intampina cei care doresc sa munceasca peste hotare sunt tot mai putine.
15.Nastase nu mai este dorit in PSD Geoana, Hrebenciuc si Mitrea au pregatit filialele sa-i ceara lui Nastase demisia din fruntea Camerei si din functia de presedinte executiv al PSD, scrie Cotidianul. In replica, deputatii PSD au semnat pentru sustinerea lui Nastase, scrie Jurnalul National. Mitrea a calculat sec: doar 10 filiale il mai tin in brate pe Nastase, scrie Gandul. Rus propune reforma sau sinucidere colectiva, scrie EVZ.
16.Bataie pe sefia Loteriei Romane Investitia de peste opt milioane de dolari a Loteriei Romane in Poiana Brasov si-a injumatatit valoarea. Din cele 11 imobile achizitionate cu aproximativ 800.000 de dolari bucata, in Complexul Vila de Aur mai functioneaza doar sase, scrie Cotidianul. Tariceanu vrea sa lase PC fara sefia Loteriei Romane, scrie EVZ.
17.De 15 martie castiga Basescu (de Ioana Lupea) Din acest 15 martie deocamdata a castigat presedintele tuturor romanilor, Traian Basescu. Prin intalnirea cu Szasz Jeno, primarul Odorheiului Secuiesc si liderul Uniunii Civice Maghiare, seful statului a lovit doua tinte. Prima: dezamorsarea unui posibil conflict intre sustinatorii autonomiei Tinutului Secuiesc si nationalistii vadimieni care aveau pregatit un contramiting.
18.Balcanii de Vest mai asteapta intrarea in UE Intamplarea face ca in ziua in care fostul lider iugoslav era gasit mort in celula, ministrii de externe ai UE sa dea publicitatii, la Salzburg, dupa convorbirile avute cu omologii lor din Serbia-Muntenegru, Croatia, Bosnia-Hertegovina si Macedonia o declaratie comuna asupra perspectivelor traducerii in viata a acestui obiectiv.
19.Hidrologii anunta inundatii mai mari decat anul trecut Hidrologii anunta ca riscul inundatiilor este mai mare decit anul trecut, iar autoritatile abia se apuca de reparatii la diguri, scrie Cotidianul. Romania va petrece Sfintele Pasti sub inundatii, scrie EVZ. Zapada cazuta in ultimele zile a blocat drumuri, a lasat in bezna sute de gospodarii si a distrus numeroase masini, scrie Romania Libera.
20.PZD (de Traian Ungureanu) Cine il va imbrinci pe Adrian Nastase se va intilni, curind, cu colectiile lui: de dosare, de parlamentari, de ziaristi, de capitalisti din provincie. In general, slugi si instrumente. Urmatorul caz: terenul socrilor lui Mircea Geoana e bine plasat. La Busteni. Are 4.000 de metri patrati, dar nu e suficient. Pe ce se bazeaza atunci Mircea Geoana? Pe ideea social-democrata?
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