Arhiva pentru data 23.03.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: March 23, 2006 The former leader of Romanian opposition party PSD has decided to postpone his departure from the group, enough to secure front pages throughout the Romanian media. Otherwise, the newspapers focus on lighter political issues and jokes, but pay most interest in the coming confrontation between Bucharest-based football clubs Rapid and Steaua in the UEFA Cup quarterfinals.
2.Pressure up on PSD opposition despite signs of relief The parliamentary groups of the opposition PSD party gathered in a close-door meeting on Thursday to discuss the future of the group, which has been threatened with scission following quarrels between various factions. Ex-President Ion Iliescu, a member of the group, said at the end of the talks that all PSD members agree with the organization of an extraordinary congress to clear the current disputes.
3.PSD deputy grilled in Petromidia case A deputy of the opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD) who served as secretary general for the former Adrian Nastase government faces grilling by High Court prosecutors on Thursday in an ongoing case related to the controversial transformation of debts at a Romanian refinery into state bonds.
4.Parliament approves new members for Securitate studies center The two chambers of the Romanian parliament voted today in favor of the new members of the College of the National Council for the Study of Securitate Archives (CNSAS), which overviews the archives of the former communist secret police.
5.Government plugs stick into heart of Dracula Park The Romanian Government has decided to initiate procedures to drop the industrial park status for the "Snagov tourism park" near Bucharest – the official name of the hugely advertised Dracula Park. The move follows checks by a government authority into the tourism project pushed by the previous PSD government.
6.Prison sentences in major embezzlement case A Bucharest court sentenced Ioana Maria Vlas, one of the main figures in a major financial scandal that hit Romania years ago, to seven years in prison on Thursday. The same court sentenced another key figure in the case to 18 years behind bars, but the man, Nicolae Popa, is missing.
7.One in three Romanians suffer from erectile dysfunctions Thirty-three percent of Romanians suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED), a problem occurring frequently to below 25 olds, reveals an AB Research survey. Whereas men find it easier to talk about their sexuality, women have difficulties in opening up this subject.
8.Romania attends Spring European Council The Spring European Council started in Brussels on Thursday, bringing together the leaders of the 25 EU member states together with those of the candidate countries. Romania is represent by president Traian Basescu and prime minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu, determined to promote and convince of the country’s progress in the accession process before a key European Commission’s report expected in May.
9.Romania’s current account deficit reaches 391 mln euros in January The Romanian National Bank (BNR) set a current account deficit figure of 391 million Euros, up 70 percent more in January 2006 compared to the same period last year. According to BNR, the deficit in 2005 increased 35.2 percent to 6.891 million Euros.
10.HVB and Tiriac banks own assets of more than 9 billion RON The total value of joint assets belonging to HVB Bank and Banca Tiriac have topped nine billion RON. With 6.3 bln RON, HVB recorded higher assets than in 2004 while Tiriac reported 3.1 bln RON. In 2005, the total profit of the two banks exceeded 200 mln RON. In August 2005, HVB Bank Romania and Banca Tiriac decided to merge.
11.Prosecutors undecided in Steaua owner's case Prosecutors gave no verdict in a case related to Bucharest-based football club Steaua owner Gigi Becali, involving land exchanges between him and the Defence Ministry (MApN). An MApN spokesman clarified that the lack of a decision did not mean that the criminal investigation in this case was abandoned, as Becali stated following Thursday hearing.
12.Father of Romanian constitution ousted from PSD A local branch of the opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD) announced on Thursday the exclusion from the party of Antonie Iorgovan, known as "the architect of 1990 Romanian constitution", following "the complete withdrawal of political support" for him.
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15.Ce-si doresc nimfomanele Avionul San Francisco - Chicago, Business Class. Pe doua locuri alaturate, o femeie de o mare frumusete care arata cam de 30 de ani si un barbat trecut bine de 40, o culme a banalitatii, cu un pronuntat inceput de chelie si o burtica de bautor serios de bere. Femeia lucreaza tot timpul pe laptop.
16.Monica Barladeanu revine cu LOST: Naufragiatii Duminica, 9 aprilie 2006, de la ora 20.00, AXN va difuza episodul nr 11 din LOST: Naufragiatii sezonul 2, episod care o are in distributie pe Monica Barladeanu (Monica Dean). Deasemenea Monica ar putea fi vazuta cat de curand si in "Living&Dying", ultimul ei film.
17.Guvernul infige tarusul in inima "Dracula Park" Executivul a decis demararea procedurilor legale pentru anularea titlului de parc industrial acordat "Parcului turistic si de agrement Snagov" (Dracula Park) si inceperea demersurilor necesare in vederea rezilierii atat a contractului de asociere in participatiune, cat si a contractului de administrare.
18.Alesii si-au umflat pensiile curat constitutional Curtea Constitutionala l-a contrazis pe Traian Basescu si a considerat ca privilegiile parlamentarilor sint legale. Deputatii si senatorii vor beneficia de o pensie de serviciu in functie de numarul de mandate pe care le-au avut.
19.S-a razgandit Nastase? Adrian Nastase nu mai pleaca din PSD. Aceasta decizie pare ca a fost luata dupa o discutie intre Nastase si Traian Basescu, scrie Adevarul. Fidelii fostului premier cer capetele lui Mitrea si Hrebenciuc ca sa evite scindarea partidului, scrie EVZ. Taberele din PSD s-au unit impotriva lui Nastase, scrie Cotidianul. Bejinariu il desfiinteaza pe Geoana, scrie Jurnalul National. In spatele convulsiilor care zguduie PSD nu se afla nimeni altul decat Ion Iliescu, concluzioneaza Romania Libera.
20.Tinerii si sinistratii primesc 20% din pretul casei Cum ar fi sa gasesti un apartament la 80.000 de euro si statul sa-ti dea 16.000 de euro, astfel incat sa platesti numai 64.000? N-ar fi rau deloc, iar guvernantii au initiat un proiect de ordonanta de urgenta care prevede ceva similar.
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