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1.What the newspapers say: April 03, 2006 The spring is melting not only the first and only "ice hotel" in Eastern Europe, built in the Romanian Carpathians, but also the unity of the two main parties of the governing alliance, who threaten to split following a series of disputes. Newspapers stay alert to these issues as they look into other sources of trouble as well – nuclear hazard in the proximity of Bucharest and the dramatic situation of Romanian highways.
2.EU leaders evaluate Romanian progress EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn was expected to make a statement before the European Parliament foreign affairs committee on Monday on the progress registered by Romania and Bulgaria for their accession on January 1, 2007. According to press agency reports, Rehn’s hearing was to be held behind closed doors at the request of Elmar Brok, the head of the EP committee.
3.Rompetrol’s Stephenson, Hart arrest to be judged anew A Romanian appeals court annulled on Monday the Bucharest Tribunal’s decision to investigate Rompetrol bosses Philip Stephenson and Colin Hart at large, for their involvement in a series of alleged crimes at Romania’s second biggest oil company. The Tribunal will judge anew the prosecutors’ request of arresting the two defendants.
4.President Basescu intervenes against political use of Intelligence Service Romanian President said Monday that the Romanian Intelligence Service – SRI was unjustly accused of "continuing the practices of the former Securitate", ex-dictator Nicolae Ceausescu’s secret police. He said at the presentation of the report on SRI activities in 2005 today that he regretted how SRI landed at the heart of a political dispute between the governing parties and promised he would do his best to prevent such things to happen again.
5.Romanian Commodities Exchange reports $33mln. transactions in March The Romanian Commodities Exchange (BRM) reported 153 procurements and sales worth 33 million US dollars on its floors in Bucharest and across the country in March this year. The total value of positive price differences for contracting authorities rose to 4.3 million USD.
6.Romanians believe corruption is main source of concern among Westerners about Romania Some 50% of Romanians believe the lack of trust among Westerners when it comes to Romania is due to pandemic corruption in the country, according to a poll published this weekend.
7.Romanian President considers allowing press access to Communist secret files Romanian president Traian Basescu replied to the political unrest surrounding the CNSAS, the body studying the archives belonging to former communist militia Securitate, by threatening to request the Government an ordinance to allow free press access to the secret files. The head of the Conflict Prevention Center, analyst Iulian Chifu told Hotnews that Basescu’s statement betrayed his exasperation towards the front page subject of politicizing the CNSAS issue.
8.Romanians among worst paid employees in Europe Romania ranks among the laggards in Europe in terms of pre-tax wage gained per hour, along with Ukraine, Bulgaria, Belarus and Moldova, according to "Pay in Europe 2006" annual report of The Federation of European Employers that covers 48 countries.
9.Petrom shares sale on Govt's agenda this week Eight percent of the Petrom shares are to be sold to the company’s employees, Economy minister Codrut Seres announced on Monday, following the submission of a memorandum entailing the conditions of the sale to the General Secretariat of the Romanian Government. The Memorandum is very likely to be discussed this week, during the weekly meeting of the Government.
10.Distrigaz Nord changes name to E.ON Gaz Romania Romanian natural gas delivery company Distrigaz Nord changed its name to E.ON Gaz Romania starting April 1. The company will invest 160 bln lei in new equipment this year, more than 50 percent of which is to be used at replacing 350 km of pipeline.
11.CNSAS s-a impotmolit in mlastina cu epoleti Institutia care ar fi trebuit sa deconspire colaboratorii si ofiterii fostei Securitati a fost impiedicata sistematic sa o faca. Atit din interior, cit si din exterior. Turianu si Ticu au demonstrat ca nu pot coagula o majoritate clara in Colegiu, iar Gheorghe Onisoru, in loc sa reprezinte institutia, a fost acuzat ca reprezinta serviciile.
12.13.000 de hectare de padure retrocedate ilegal Printr-o lege cu "dedicatie", initiata de Viorel Hrbenciuc in 2002, peste 13.000 de hectare de paduri din Bacau au fost date unor persoane care n-au detinut niciodata terenuri forestiere. Fostul prefect pesedist de Bacau, Catalin Mardare, si fostul subprefect Gabriel Vlase sunt deja cercetati de DNA.
13.Autostrazile - jaf pe patru benzi In Romania sunt 193 km de autostrada: 96 de km intre Bucuresti si Pitesti si 97 de km din Capitala pana la Drajna. Aceasta realitate reprezinta unul din marile handicapuri ale tarii noastre in context international. Din pacate, autoritatile romane nu reusesc sa gestioneze nici macar aceste scurte portiuni.
14.Pericol radioactiv: deseuri nucleare la marginea Capitalei Zona Platforma Magurele, situata la doar 20 de kilometri de Bucuresti, risca sa fie contaminata radioactiv din cauza deseurilor care se scurg din butoaiele depozitate la Institutul pentru Fizica si Inginerie Nucleara "Horia Hulubei" Magurele. Doi fosti responsabili sunt cercetati penal pentru un contract de un milion de euro.
15.Scandal SIDA in maternitatea Giulesti Maternitatea Giulesti, una dintre clinicile de top ale Capitalei, este implicata intr-un scandal privind discriminarea seropozitivilor si prevenirea infectarii in spital. Asistentii sociali de la Asociatia Romana Anti-SIDA acuza medicii si, mai ales, asistentele de la "Panait Sarbu", cum se numeste oficial spitalul, ca nu pastreaza secretul profesional.
16.In Germania, ancheta MTS Leasing este aproape incheiata Dupa aproape 8 luni de investigatii, cazul MTS Leasing este aproape solutionat. Cu asa-zise „oferte de leasing imobiliar", nemtii Theo si Matthias Metzen au pagubit prin firma lor cateva sute de clienti romani. Pe 9 iulie 2005, Procuratura generala din Frankfurt a deschis o ancheta penala in urma careia, ca. 60 de clienti din Romania i- au trimis plangeri.
17.Irinel Columbeanu, intr-un reality show in genul Ozzy Osbourne Excentricul om de afaceri, Irinel Columbeanu, este hotarat sa arate romanilor, printr-un reality-show, viata sa cotidiana. Miliardarul a negociat aprig suma care o sa-i intre in buzunar, dupa ce se va lasa filmat din toate unghiurile si in toate momentele importante sau inedite, pe care acesta le traieste zi de zi.
18.Gica Petrescu, sechestrat in casa de ziua lui La implinirea a 91 de ani, maestrul Gica Petrescu a fost, in mod inexplicabil, tinut la distanta de privirile presei. Persoanele in grija carora se afla s-au opus ieri cu indarjire oricarei intalniri a cantaretului cu noi, motivul declarat fiind starea precara de sanatate a acestuia.
19.Rapid si Steaua, victorii importante in deplasare Rapid s-a impus pe terenul lui Poli Timisoara cu scorul de 3-1. Politehnica a condus cu 1-0 dar s-a vazut egalata si apoi condusa in urma unor grave greseli personale. Steaua a obtinut o victorie importanta la Otelul Galati, dar mult mai grea decat o arata scorul, 3-0.
20.Handbal: Steaua e in finala Challenge Cup Chiar daca a pierdut la Zagreb, scor 24-25, cu Mevdescak, stelistii s-au calificat in ultimul act datorita victoriei de acasa, 30-28, obtinuta saptamina trecuta. Marian Rapciuga a inscris golul calificarii, la scorul de 25-23 pentru croati, cu doar doua secunde inainte de expirarea timpului de joc.
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