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1.What the newspapers say: May 4, 2006 The interference of politics and business keep the front page of Romanian newspapers today. The expected appearance of private pension funds in the country lures controversial business people into the fray, a maverick businessman who plays politics draws more public support than the prime-minister and the debts of another undermine activities at a local nuclear plant. No wonder that nobody seems interested in the fate of a 14-year old mother, while newborns are guarded against thieves in maternity wards.
2.Senators eye sport clubs The Romanian Senate overwhelmingly approved on Thursday an amendment to the law on the sponsorship of companies, which would no longer be allowed to receive support from the state budget. According to Democratic senator Marius Marinescu, who initiated the change, it is aimed especially at football clubs across the country which, while transferring players for big amounts of money, still receive financial state support.
3.Real estate prices to drop in two years Real estate prices in Romania and especially Bucharest will keep rising for the next two years but they will start going down shortly afterwards, Ion Radu Zilisteanu, the head of a real estate group and former president of the Romanian Association of Real Estate Agencies says in an interview for Hotnews.ro.
4.Romanian scholars investigated for corruption Anti-graft prosecutors in Bucharest have initiated a criminal inquiry against internationally reputed Proffesor Dr. Adrian Streinu Cercel and Dr. Serban Bradisteanu, a head of section of a local hospital, as well as against five other people for abuse in office, the head of the National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA) Daniel Morar announced on Thursday.
5.Danube, still dangerous for riverbank townships The townships along the banks of the Danube are still at risk of being flooded. The Romanian Army is present in the affected areas to assist population with evacuation and to strengthen up dykes to prevent the river overflow. On Thursday, the army tried to breach the Nedeia dyke for the fifth time in order to allow waters from the flooded area of Bistret-Nedeia-Jiu to return to the Danube river.
6.Former manager of Romanian Railways investigated for fraud The former head of the Romanian Railways Company (CFR) Mihai Necolaiciuc and a former secretary of state within the Transportation Ministry Traian Panait have been placed under investigation by the Anti-corruption Department (DNA) for an alleged prejudice of approximately 29 mln euros.
7.Steaua football team owner under scrutiny of anticorruption body The Anticorruption Department is investigating the owner of the Steaua football team Gigi Becali for tax dodging the football players’ payments, according to the chief prosecutor of DNA Daniel Morar. Steaua reached the semifinals of the UEFA Cup. The owner of the club motivated the players with high sums of money, allegedly not recorded in documents.
8.Authority to inspect seizure of SFIN magazine by Press distributor The Authority for State Assets Recovery (AVAS) announced its intention to examine whether the buyer of press distribution company Rodipet SA fulfilled contract obligations when refusing to distribute the weekly magazine Saptamana Financiara (SFIN) on May 1 on grounds of personnel shortage. AVAS is to examine if the Magnar System Com Otopeni company, the buyer of Rodipet distribution network, met the condition of non-discriminatory treatment provisioned in the privatization contract.
9.Romanians missing after cargo ship sinks
off South African coast
Three Romanians from the crew of the Greek cargo ship Alexandros T have gone missing and one was saved after the vessel sank off South African coast. Six of the 33 crew members were saved but authorities said chances to find other survivors grew dim after more than 24 hours in cold water.
10.Prices for most expensive residential areas in Bucharest The central residential areas in Bucharest such as boulevards Primaverii, Aviatorilor, Floreasca, and Kiseleff are the most expensive for rental and purchase, and the prices are on the rise due to the narrowing down of the offer, according to real estate agency Eurisko.
11.Dunarea ramane spaima localitatilor riverane Oamenii din localitatile riverane Dunarii stau in continuare cu teama ca apele le-ar putea inunda locuintele. Genistii incearca joi sa mai faca doua brese in digul de la Nedeia, pentru ca apa acumulata in zona Bistret-Nedeia-Jiu sa se poata varsa inapoi Dunare.
12.Latifundiari salvati prin inundarea satelor Autoritatile au refuzat sa faca inundatii controlate pe lungime de 200 de kilometri din cursul Dunarii, adica exact in zonele agricole controlate de mari latifundiari ai Romaniei. Recoltele lui Taracila si Niculaie au fost protejate cu pretul a mii de sinistrati.
13.Revolutie in sanatate Posturile de directori din cele peste 400 de spitale din tara vor fi scoase la concurs in urmatoarele luni, pensionarii care au peste 9 milioane de lei pe luna vor contribui la bugetul sanatatii. Aplicarea celor 17 legi pentru reforma sanatatii ar trebui sa schimbe fata sistemului. Efectele se vor simti insa in cativa ani.
14.Caracatita clanului „Duia" a pus stapanire pe Gara de Nord Rromii clanului vrancean „Duia" au reusit ca in numai cativa ani sa puna stapanire pe cel mai mare nod feroviar al Romaniei, Gara de Nord din Bucuresti. Organizati ca o adevarata banda mafiota membrii familiei Duia, originara din Slobozia Bradului, judetul Vrancea, se ocupa cu furturi de bagaje, portofele, escrocherii si comert cu marfuri de contrabanda sau perimate.
15.Gigi Becali ii depaseste electoral pe Tariceanu si Geoana Patronul stelist Gigi Becali are o cota de incredere electorala mai mare decat cea a premierului Calin Popescu-Tariceanu si a presedintelui PSD Mircea Geoana, a declarat fostul director al IMAS Alin Teodorescu. Directorul IMAS, sociologul Mircea Kivu, a confirmat cele spuse de Teodorescu.
16.Mizele pensiilor private Doua miliarde de euro vor intra in sistemul financiar romanesc dupa implementarea pensiilor obligatorii administrate privat. Lozul cel mare din reforma sistemului de pensii il va lua chiar statul. Alaturi de el vor mai avea de castigat domenii precum piata de capital, bancile, asigurarile, publicitatea, sindicatele, IT-ul si chiar piata imobiliara.
17.Alina Puscau: Lindsay este o scandalagioaica Scandalul izbucnit cu doua zile in urma in publicatiile din toata lumea, legat de conflictul deschis dintre top-modelul de nationalitate romana Alina Puscau si actrita americana Lindsay Lohan, este in plina desfasurare. Libertatea a reusit, in premiera, sa obtina o reactie din partea Alinei Puscau.
18.Cu o luna inainte de casatorie, Temisan a flirtat cu Anemona Aurelian Temisan si Anemona Niculescu au fost timp de mai multe luni colegi de platou. Actorii din „Secretul Mariei" au fost foarte surprinsi sa observe flirtul cantaretului cu Anemona. Mai ales ca peste o luna, acesta va deveni oficial sotul unei alte actrite, respectiv Monica Davidescu.
19.Elena: "Sunt sexi pentru ca sunt fata presedintelui" Fiica presedintelui a declarat ca nu este foarte convinsa ca a ajuns in "TOP 100 FHM" datorita aspectului fizic, ci mai mult pentru ca este mezina lui Traian Basescu. "Daca nu eram fata tatalui meu nu ajungeam acolo. Sunt foarte multe fete tinere si foarte frumoase care nu sunt votate pentru ca nu sunt suficient de cunoscute", a zis bruneta.
20.Steaua e noul lider al Diviziei A Steaua a revenit aseara pe primul loc in Divizia A, gratie victoriei cu 1-0 (0-0) obtinute in partida disputata acasa cu Pandurii Tg.-Jiu, echipa aflata pe locul 15 in clasament. Carlos, Bostina si Goian au inceput meciul ca rezerve.
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