Arhiva pentru data 05.05.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: May 5, 2006 Romanian newspapers on Friday tackle a lack of major events in Romania this days with investigative reports dealing with everything from floods to shady economic deals. And they turn the main issue of the day – a wave of inquiries launched by the National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA) – into a confrontational show.
2.Renewed warning of future floods along Danube A new week concludes with little hope in sight for the thousands of people evacuated due to Danube floods in Southern Romania. While the river flow is still receding, hydrologists warn that waters may rise again starting next week.
3.Romanian Justice Ministry challenges Transparency Intl report The Romanian Justice Ministry is challenging the conclusion of a national report on corruption in Romania put up by Transparency International – Romania and published May 1, a document that rises questions about much of the progress reported in the field of Justice reform and the fight against corruption over the past year.
4.Opposition parties to work together in Parliament The head of the far-right Greater Romania Party – PRM announced on Friday his political group would sign a parliamentary collaboration protocol with the main opposition force, the Social Democratic Party – PSD. The protocol will be signed most probably next week.
5.Disinflation and current account deficit, potential problems for Romania IMF board considers Romania’s economic progress very encouraging, but it draws attention to the potential problems that might arise if the pace of disinflation slows down, and the current account deficit amplifies. For this year, the IMF forecasts an economic growth of 5.2%, an inflation rate of 6.5% and a current deficit account of 8.5%, according to a public information notice released by the Fund.
6.Romanian PM and EU commissioners to play charity football Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu together with EU Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso, and Enlargement commissioner Olli Rehn, will play a charity football match in Vienna. The benefits of this event will be donated for a project aimed at helping homeless children.
7.Negotiations for privatization of Romanian tractor producer continue The Authority for State Assets Recovery (AVAS) will continue negotiations with Indian company Mahindra & Mahindra for the privatization of the tractor producer Tractorul Brasov. AVAS will publicly announce the final decision regarding privatization of Tractorul, after negotiations with the Indian company will be concluded.
8.Press distributor violated protocol when seizing SFIN The Romanian Press Club concluded its investigation regarding the conflict between press distributor Rodibet and weekely magazine SFIN and ruled that the protocol between the CRP and Rodipet was violated by disregarding the article 1 that refers to non-discriminatory distribution of all editorial products.
9.Romanian businessman Ovidiu Tender stays in jail Romanian businessman Ovidiu Tender stays in jail, following a decision by the Bucharest Appeal Court which rejected the defense lawyers’ request of his release. Tender’s lawyers appealed the arrest mandate prolongation with 30 days, ruled by Bucharest Tribunal on April 29.
10.Pe taximetristi ii asteapta „selectia naturala” Din cele 277 de taxiuri din Zalau ar trebui sa ramana doar 200, sustine Nicolae Domuta, presedintele Camerei Taximetristilor din Salaj.
11.Romani disparuti pe un vas scufundat in Oceanul Indian 3 romani sunt dati disparuti dupa scufundarea unei nave cargo in largul coastelor Africii de Sud. Cel de-al patrulea marinar aflat pe nava a fost recuperat de echipele de salvare. Agentiile internationale de stiri transmit ca echipele de salvare nu au mai reusit, pana acum, sa recupereze vreun marinar din cei 26 dati disparuti.
12.Easy money (de Traian Ungureanu) Intr-adevar, decorul e regulamentar. Toate semnele vestesc aparitia erei economice. Unde e, atunci, cifrul capitalismului romanesc? Nicaieri. Capitalismul nu e o optiune, ci o consecinta. In spatele acestei formule de organizare sta un efort istoric enorm. Inainte de a naste capitalismul, o societate trece prin chinurile care duc la autonomia individului.
13.PSD si tineretul pragmatic (de Rodica Culcer) Este prea devreme ca sa ne dam seama daca noul proiect politic al PSD, "Generatia 2008", va avea aceeasi soarta cu "Revolutia binelui", lansata in 2005 si abandonata instantaneu, sau se va concretiza intr-o schimbare de fond a partidului.
14.Cel Bun, cel Drept, cel Viteaz (de Florin Negrutiu) In lumina tezei lui Ion Iliescu, potrivit careia PSD s-a indepartat de oameni, Mircea Geoana se lupta, de saptamani bune, sa dovedeasca contrariul. Cum poti sa spui despre un politician care merge cu metroul, mananca mici si bea bere cu poporul in parc, se boteaza socialist la cazanul 5 de la CET Brazi si se impartaseste de la statuia lui Gherea ca ar fi rupt de oameni?! - tine sa ne transmita domnia sa.
15.Hotii de bebelusi (de Eugen Chelemen) In clasa a XI-a a ramas insarcinata, dar a ascuns burta purtand haine largi. Nu a vorbit cu nimeni despre copil, dupa ce a vazut ca prietenul ei, mai mare cu 13 ani, a parasit-o. Parintii fetei au aflat despre sarcina cu doar doua zile inainte de a-i veni sorocul. Imediat dupa nastere, eleva-mamica a fost confuza, nu stia ce decizie sa ia in legatura cu copilul, cu scoala, cu viitorul ei.
16.Romance care prezinta stirile dezbracandu-se Barfa si sexul se vand foarte bine in Romania. Combinate, efectul e garantat. Cel mai concret experiment se desfasoara in fiecare noapte la Alpha TV Ploiesti si consta intr-un program de stiri mondene prezentate de doua frumoase domnisoare care se dezbraca in fata camerelor de luat vederi.
17.Humanitas scoate in sfirsit mult asteptatele dictionare Editura Humanitas a lansat o noua colectie de lucrari de referinta, dictionare si tratate indispensabile in stiintele socio-umane. In Romania, cultura umanista a insemnat mereu in primul rind literatura, eventual critica literara, si abia apoi diverse stiinte sau discipline socio-umaniste.
18.Sorin Cirtu a fost dat afara Noua conducere a echipei pitestene l-a anuntat joi pe antrenor ca nu mai are nevoie de serviciile sale. Tehnicianul a declarat ca cel care l-a demis este Cornel Penescu, om de afaceri care a preluat de curind 51% din actiunile gruparii FC Arges, si ca nu i s-au adus la cunostinta motivele acestei decizii.
19.Calcule pentru titlu Lupta pentru titlul de campioana s-a complicat si mai mult dupa victoria Stelei din restanta cu Pandurii Tg. Jiu. Cum pentru cununa de lauri se lupta nu mai putin de patru formatii, programul ultimelor cinci etape (sase in cazul ros-albastrilor) este un factor foarte important pentru desemnarea stabilirea campioanei.
20.Alegerile locale din Anglia, un test pentru popularitatea lui Tony Blair Circa 4.360 de functii din cadrul a 176 de consilii au fost miza alegerilor locale care s-au desfasurat, ieri, in Anglia. Majoritatea analistilor considera ca scrutinul reprezinta un test electoral pentru popularitatea premierului Tony Blair, deja aflata la cel mai scazut nivel inregistrat dupa ce a devenit lider al Partidului Laburist.
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