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1.Romanians still unhappy with state of politics If elections occurred next Sunday, the governing D.A. alliance would win with 49 percent of the votes, the opposition Social Democrats would get 20 percent, the far-right Greater Romania Party- 20 percent, the Hungarian Democrats (UDMR) – 6 percent, and the New Generation Party 4 percent, according to a new survey issued on Wednesday.
2.What the newspapers say: March 30, 2006 Romania holds its breath today as two of its major football teams, Steaua and Rapid, will face each other in the first leg of the UEFA Cup quarterfinals tonight. The event brings mass coverage in today’s newspapers, while a political scandal, US-Romanian relations and the President risking to lose his job under in lustration face-off also claim a good share of editorial content.
3.Trade deficit up to 1.402 bln euro in Jan-Feb 2006 Romania’s trade deficit rose to 1.402 bln euro in the first two months of 2006, up from the 899.0 mln. reported in the same period last year, the National Statistics Institute announced Thursday. Exports rose by 22.5% to 3.874 bln. euro while imports upped by 29.9% to 5.277 bln. in January and February, compared to the first two months of 2005.
4.Lithuania ratifies Romania EU accession treaty Lithuania ratified on Thursday the accession treaty of Romania and Bulgaria to the EU. The Baltic country is the 14th EU member to ratify the document, according to a Romanian Integration Ministry press release.
5.House of Deputies rejects Gojdu ordinance The Romanian House of Deputies rejected Thursday a governmental ordinance establishing the Public Foundation Gojdu, at the center of a Romanian-Hungarian controversy related to the property of a foundation established in the 1870’s. The ordinance received 88 votes in favor, 83 against and 4 abstentions, so a necessary threshold of 89 votes to approve the legislation was not met.
6.Businessman Ovidiu Tender to remain under preventive arrest The Bucharest Tribunal accepted on Thursday a prosecutors’ request to extend the preventive arrest of businessman Ovidiu Tender for another month as he is investigated under embezzlement, fraud, money laundering and other charges that allegedly produced losses of 2,700 ROL to the state budget.
7.Moody’s maintains positive rating for Romania The international rating agency Moody’s re-confirmed on Thursday its existing country risk for Romania with a positive Ba1rating, according to the agency’s annual report on the country.
8.CNSAS members request new vote Four members of the Securitate studies center CNSAS have requested that the vote for the presidency of the body be repeated, citing "a vice of confirmation" on behalf of the Democrats’ appointee Dan Lazea. Mircea Dinescu, Romanian poet and journalist, and member of the CNSAS, says that Lazea has not voted freely, "he must have been constrained by something that terrorized him." On Thursday President Traian Basescu rejected publicly all accusations of interference with the CNSAS vote that he had been brought by the Liberals and by the members of the CNSAS.
9.Release of businessman involved in Romanian journalists' kidnapping rejected The Romanian Justice Court decided on Thursday to reject the Syrian businessman Omar Hayssam's request to be freed on grounds of worsened health condition following a cancer colon surgery. Hayssam is charged with kidnapping three Romanian journalists in Iraq in March last year, and with other financial wrongdoings.
10.BRD boasts 17 per cent income growth The pre-tax income recorded by BRD - Groupe Societe Generale in 2005 amounted to 1,403 mln RON, up 17 per cent, compared to the previous year, a growth that reflected the steady development of the bank. The net profit improved in 2005, up 43 per cent, reaching 576 mln RON.
11.New warnings for Bulgaria on safeguard clause The European Union will allow Bulgaria’s accession at January 1, 2007, but will probably trigger the safeguard clause on Justice and Internal Affairs, says EU rapporteur for Bulgaria Geoffrey van Orden quoted by the Bulgarian daily Dnevnik.
12.Rapid Bucharest- Steaua Bucharest: 1-1 Steaua opened the score with Banel Nicolita’s goal in the fourth minute and dominated the first half of the first leg match within the UEFA Cup Quarterfinals. After the break, Rapid brought the equaliser in 47' by Viorel Moldovan, but missed a great opportunity in the last minute. This result leaves Steaua with the lead away goal advantage for the second leg.
13.Cazul Panait: avem dovada musamalizarii Sinuciderea procurorului Panait nu e nici pe departe limpezita: ancheta CSM, care a conchis ca nimeni nu e vinovat de moartea lui, a ignorat documente importante. Un document intern al Parchetului General arata ca dosarul la care lucra Panait i-a fost luat in momentul in care el a anuntat ca va dispune neinceperea urmaririi penale, fapt care i-a provocat caderea psihica.
14.Investitii la CFR: O perna – 1.300 de euro, o solnita – 11.186.000 lei Fosta conducere a CFR a investit intr-o perna de pat 1.300 de euro. O pilota – 3.500 de euro. Iar pentru o garnitura de bucatarie s-au platit 11.000 de euro. Dar pretul unei solnite bate recordul – 11.186.000 lei! Toate aceste sume au fost platite pe vremea celebrului director Necolaiciuc pentru amenajarea Vilei Diana de la Snagov.
15.Un chistoc aruncat va costa 6,6 milioane Un banal chistoc de tigara aruncat de un sofer pe geamul masinii sau obiceiul des intalnit printre conducatorii auto de a arunca gunoiul din mers in mijlocul soselei vor fi sanctionate, incepand din aceasta toamna, cu amenzi usturatoare, cuprinse intre 2.970.000 si 6.600.000 de lei vechi.
16.Geoana si cele 20.000 de autoturisme plus 5.000 de TIR-uri repatriate pe cale diplomatica Am relatat in mai multe randuri despre o gainarie cu un Mercedes adus din SUA pe numele soferului lui Mircea Geoana. De obicei, seful PSD reactioneaza la orice ciupitura din presa, numai ca despre acest caz n-a scos o vorbulita. Avea si de ce: ar fi calcat pe musuroiul care se numeste Ordonanta 59/2003 si Legea 545/2003.
17.Pretul casei nu-i totuna cu valoarea Profesionistii care ne spun cati bani sa dam pe un apartament sau pe un teren n-au voie sa se implice in tranzactii fata de care sunt direct interesati ca proprietari sau administratori.
18.Sefia CNSAS sporeste tensiunile in Alianta Unii lideri ai PNL vehiculeaza chiar ideea ca Alianta s-ar putea rupe daca PD nu-l retrage pe Turianu, scrie Cotidianul. Primul protocol al Aliantei D.A. s-a rupt: in Bihor, P.D. s-a departat de PNL, scrie Gandul. Ziua in care Partidul Democrat a redevenit FSN, titreaza EVZ. Basescu si Boc au pus la cale numirea lui Turianu, scrie Ziua.
19.Cutia de sub patul lui Bill si Hillary Cand s-au casatorit, Bill i-a spus lui Hillary: "Pun o cutie sub pat, dar trebuie sa-mi promiti ca nu te vei uita niciodata in ea". In 30 de ani de mariaj, Hillary nu s-a uitat niciodata in cutie. In dupa-amiaza celei de-a 30-a aniversari, curiozitatea invinge si Hillary ridica incet capacul. In cutie erau trei doze goale de bere si 81.874,25 USD cash.
20.5 emigranti care au schimbat fata moderna a Americii Imaginati-va cum ar arata economia americana fara nume ca Intel, Sun Microsystems, Google sau Yahoo!. Toate aceste companii de renume au fost infiintate de emigranti de prima generatie in SUA, care au venit singuri sau impreuna cu familiile pentru a-si indeplini visul in "Tara tuturor posibilitatilor".
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