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1.What the newspapers say: May 9, 2006 The hernia surgery undergone by president Traian Basescu is differently approached in the Tuesday's dailies, some of them criticising the political overturn of the situation, and the political conflict between the minister of Health and the head of a first commission set to examine the health condition of Traian Basescu. A vigorous comeback of Theodor Stolojan, currently a close counsellor of the Romanian president, and former leader of the Liberal Party, also takes the newspapers today. On Europe’s Day, Romania’s accession is a topic debated in the local but also by foreign media, while a new tax for gas companies looms large at the horizon of economy.
2.Romanian president underwent surgery in Vienna hospital The Romanian president Traian Basescu underwent a lumbar disc hernia surgery on Monday night in a hospital in Vienna, Austria. According to the Romanian presidency’s spokesperson Adriana Saftoiu, the surgery was concluded after approximately three hours, by 4 am on Tuesday morning. The Austrian hospital will provide a medical bulletin following the surgery.
3.Top Liberal figure vows to come back on Romanian political stage Theodor Stolojan, former Liberal party leader and currently a close counsellor of president Traian Basescu, disapproved with the direction of the Liberals under the helm of the Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu at the "Marius Tuca Show" on Antena 1 TV station on Monday evening. Stolojan said he regretted naming Tariceanu as his successor and announced plans to come back to the political stage and continue the merger process of the Liberals and the Democrats.
4.Media hostility towards Romanian president blamed on state advertising cuts Romanian President Traian Basescu has cut some 65 million euro in state advertising to some newspapers in the country and that is the reason of the considerable media hostility towards the head of state lately, a presidential aide claimed in a TV talk-show on Tuesday.
5.Tensions rise around expected decision on Romania’s accession Tension in Bucharest and Sofia is rising following several media reports that the European Commission may not recommend the accession of Romania and Bulgaria in 2007 in its report on the two countries, due to be published on May 16. The tension rose on Tuesday as international press agencies quoted a EC spokespersona who said the Commission might recommend that the accession take place in 2007, 2008 or conditionally in 2007.
6.Romanian President is well after surgery, will keep duties Romanian President Traian Basescu was well on Tuesday after he suffered a successful surgical intervention for hernia on Monday night. International news agencies quoted Reinhard Krepler, the Austrian doctor who led the surgical team at the Vienna clinic where the Romanian head of state underwent the surgery, who said Basescu was full of energy and capable of keeping his duties.
7.Traffic closed in Jiul Valley Road and railway traffic was closed in the Jiul Valley in the Southern Carpathian Mountains on Tuesday following the launch of an operation aimed at preventing further rockslides in the heavily circulated area. Authorities have announced railroad traffic would be open as soon as a series of explosions to destroy rocks with a high sliding risk is over. But they warned drivers road traffic in the area might remain closed until Thursday.
8.Trade unions protest in Bucharest Over 10,000 trade union members protested in Bucharest on Tuesday claiming higher salaries, respect for the collective work contract, job guarantees and a halt to contractual relations with pensioners. The protesters gathered for a manifestation in the Constitutional Square downtown Bucharest and marched throughout the central area of of the Romanian capital before submitting their claims at the Government headquarters.
9.O gaina a traversat strada. Cum explicati? O gaina a traversat strada. Marile personalitati ale lumii au fost chemate sa-si dea cu parerea asupra acestui eveniment de maxima importanta.
10.Lumpen-capitalistii lui Becali (de Pavel Lucescu) Becali e Vadimul actualului regim si cel care, precum liderul PRM pe vremea lui Iliescu, exprima cel mai apasat legatura cu precedentul. Cu un electorat produs secundar al oligarhiei de tip pesedist si cu parafa de onorabilitate livrata de la Cotroceni, Gigi Becali continua nestingherit opera de debilizare a Romaniei.
11.Vulcanul noroios (de Emil Hurezeanu) Sunt Turcu, spune mustaciosul in salopeta, facandu-si cruce. Dar dumneata de unde esti? Din Resita, de peste tot, raspunde domnul in scurta de piele, tuns perie si extrem de nervos. Hotilor, adauga el in directia politocratului carunt, care-i tutuieste pe toti, ca Elena Ceausescu pe soldati, in scena finala. Dl Hrebenciuc isi inmormanteaza dupa-amiaza nasul si apoi e gata sa discute, maine la cinci.
12.Nicoleta Luciu si-a facut trupa de manechine Ramasa singura dupa despartirea de fosta sa colega din trupa „Laguna", Anca Florea, Nicoleta Luciu parea sortita disparitiei de pe piata muzicala. Voluptuoasa bruneta nu s-a impacat insa cu aceasta perspectiva cenusie si a venit cu ideea de a-si mai lua cateva ajutoare. Astfel, vedeta le-a invitat alaturi de ea pe scena pe doua manechine, Andreea Ciucur si Andreea Vizir.
13.David Copperfield vine la Bucuresti Inca trei evenimente de maxima importanta anima showbiz-ul nostru pe anul in curs. Este vorba de spectacolele in care romanii ii vor putea vedea 'pe viu' pe David Copperfield, 50 Cent si Billy Idol.
14.MM suspendat 6 luni, Iacob doua etape Comisia de Disciplina a LPF a hotarat luni seara sa il suspende de Mihai Stoica pentru o jumatate de an, dupa incidentele de la Bistrita. Iata detalii de la sedinta de luni, in care oficialii Stelei nu au venit, fiind reprezentantii de un avocat.
15.Televiziunile fac legea in Divizia A Desfasurarea ultimelor doua etape ale Diviziei A le da mari batai de cap oficialilor Ligii Profesioniste de Fotbal. Desi, in momentul de fata, etapele 29 si 30 sint stabilite sa se dispute de la ora 18:00, exista posibilitatea ca penultimul act sa isi modifice ora de incepere din cauza transmisiilor TV.
16.Bush a dat CIA pe mana generalului care a ascultat fara mandat convorbirile americanilor Generalul care a pus la punct programul de ascultare fara mandat a convorbirilor a mii de cetateni americani, Michael V. Hayden, este alesul presedintelui George W. Bush pentru a prelua conducerea CIA, a anuntat ieri, consilierul pentru Securitate Nationala de la Casa Alba.
17.Fluidizarea circulatiei la intersectia APACA Va rog sa interveniti cu masurile necesare pentru fluidizarea circulatie la intersectia blv.Iuliu Maniu/gral.Vasile Milea(APACA), pentru a nu se mai sta dimineata la coada de masini dinspre cartierul Militari cca.30 minute.www.domnuleprimar.ro
18.Georgia si Ucraina ies din CSI Expertii ucraineni si cei georgieni s-au intilnit ieri la Tbilisi pentru a discuta iesirea simultana a celor doua tari din Comunitatea Statelor Independente. Decizia celor doua state portocalii de a iesi impreuna din CSI face parte din calendarul integrarii in NATO.
19.Irakul, facut bucati Dezagregarea natiunii irakiene este in plina desfasurare. Violentele continue au dus la un gen de "purificare etnico-religioasa", cu mii de refugiati care isi parasesc locuintele si cauta adapost in zone in care grupurile lor sunt majoritare.
20.Bisnitarii de legume Ce facem cu bisnitarii din parcarea aferenta statiei de metrou Nicolae Grigorescu, deoarece acestia isi continua nestingheriti activitatea? Sambata dimineata vindeau linistiti, netulburati, din Dacia rosie B-12 RWY, care a luat locul rablei cu nr fals de AG din al carei protbagaj se desfacea marfa.www.domnuleprimar.ro
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