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1.What the newspapers say: May 10, 2006 Theodor Stolojan’s plan to return to political stage continues to make waves in the Wednesday’s press. The dailies write that "Stolo" will take away from Calin Popescu Tariceanu the PM position, but his fiery statements are blowing away the Liberal party. One day after Europe’s day, there are still some reverberations on the European Commission’s plans to disclose Romania and Bulgaria’s accession date only in the fall. The upcoming report due on May 16 will clear all aspects and will put a stop to rumours. The surgery undergone by president Basescu still makes it to the first page of some dailies, but the media's attention seems more focused on his counsellor, Theordor Stolojan.
2.Sweden endorses Romania and Bulgaria’s EU Accession Treaty The Swedish Parliament endorsed unanimously on May 9, Europe’s Day, the EU Accession Treaties of Romania and Bulgaria. Sweden is the 16th state to ratify the document.
3.Heavy rains return Weather forecasts warn about the return of substantial rain showers starting this afternoon until Friday morning in Southern and the Eastern regions of the country.
4.Cosmote buys 42% of Germanos shares Greek mobile operator Cosmote announced on Tuesday the purchase of 42 percent of the shares belonging to phone accessory retailer Germanos, at the price of 19 Euros/share. The total value of the deal will reach 1.58 billion Euros.
5.New chairman for Proprietatea Fund The Romanian Finance Ministry decided on Tuesday to replace four out of six directors of the Supervisory Council that runs the Proprietatea Fund, but also of the chairman Nicolae Ivan. Alexandru Paunescu was appointed as the new chairman of the Fund.
6.Jonathan Scheele: "Romania’s EU accession perspectives are good" One week before the European Commission’s monitoring report, Hotnews.ro talked to the Head of Delegation of the European Commission in Romania Jonathan Scheele about corruption and agriculture, the two most problematic chapters for Romania’s integration, and about the chances of Romania to join the EU states on January 1, 2007. Some answers were, of course, very diplomatic.
7.NY Times: Report claims abuses on Romanian orphans continue Thousands of children in Romanian orphanages still live in conditions similar to those of the early nineties, when images of hungry children tied to chairs and smeared with their own feces circled the globe, according to a new report quoted by the New York Times in its online edition on Wednesday.
8.President Basescu feels well after Monday surgery Romanian President Traian Basescu was feeling well on Wednesday after the hernia surgery he underwent late on Monday and doctors at the Austrian clinic where he is hospitalized are hopeful about his recovery progress, presidential aide Adriana Saftoiu announced today.
9.Romanian industrial production up 4.5% in Q1 2006 The Romanian industrial production grew 4.5% in the first three months of 2006, compared to the similar period of 2005, according to data published by the National Statistics Institute – INS on Wednesday.
10.Romanian authorities dismiss report quoted by NY Times The report of an international organization quoted by NY Times on Wednesday, claiming that institutionalized children are still the victims of abuse in orphanages across the country, are part of a concerted "campaign" that precedes the EC report on Romania’s readiness for EU accession, due May 16, the head of the Romanian Adoptions office told Hotnews.ro today.
11.Former minister charged with bribery Romanian anti-graft prosecutors launched a judicial inquiry against Social Democratic senator Serban Mihailescu on Wednesday. Mihailescu, who headed the General Secretariat of the Government when the now-in-opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD) was in power in 2000-2004, is charged with bribery and breach of the arms and ammunition law.
12.Lack of money and interest – main causes for slow development of insurance sector Only 4.3T% of Romanian households have registered a house insurance in the period of June 2004-May 2005, due mainly to financial difficulties and lack of interest, a report on the living conditions of Romanians says. The study, published by the National Statistics Institute.
13.New York Times: Abuzurile asupra copiilor institutionalizati continua in Romania Cotidianul american New York Times a publicat, miercuri, un articol in care face referire la faptul ca mii de copii din orfelinatele romanesti traiesc in conditii similare celor de acum 10 ani, cand imaginile cu minori legati de scaune, flamanzi si manjiti cu propriile fecale faceau inconjurul lumii. Autoritatile romane au respins acuzatiile. Presedintele Oficiului Roman pentru Adoptii, Teodora Bertzi, a declarat pentru Hotnews.ro ca raportul organizatiei internationale pentru drepturile persoanelor cu dizabilitati si articolul din The New York Times fac parte dintr-o campanie lansata inaintea publicarii raportului de tara privind Romania.
14.Un nou atentat in Irak: cel putin 24 de morti Cel putin 24 de persoane si-au pierdut viata
15.Cele sapte minuni ale Romaniei "Cotidianul" prezinta topul celor mai frumoase cladiri din tara, din perspectiva specialistilor romani. Castelul Peles, Ateneul Roman, Palatul de la Mogosoaia, Cazinoul din Constanta, Palatul Culturii din Tirgu Mures, Palatul Bánffy din Cluj si cel al Culturii din Iasi sint cele mai apreciate sapte constructii autohtone.
16.Tariceanu nu a fost primit de Traian Basescu la spital „Dupa ce ati facut ceea ce ati facut voi, vineri si simbata, cred ca nu mai avem ce sa ne spunem!" Surse din preajma presedintelui sustin ca asta a fost fraza cu care Traian Basescu l-a intimpinat pe premierul Tariceanu, care tocmai dadea sa intre in rezerva speciala de la Elias.
17.Stolojan ar accepta functia de premier Dupa un an si jumatate de la retragere, Stolojan se intoarce si ii ameninta pozitia de premier si de presedinte al PNL lui Tariceanu, scrie Cotidianul. Stolojan forteaza debarcarea lui Tariceanu, scrie EVZ. Fostul lider al PNL a iesit, luni seara, la rampa, cu acordul presedintelui Traian Basescu, in cadrul unei emisiuni programate, cu grija, cu cateva zile inainte, scrie Gandul. Stolojan arunca in aer PNL, scrie Jurnalul National. Stolojan a decis sa revina in lupta politica pentru a impiedica, spune el, grupul Patriciu sa impinga PNL din nou la 10%, scrie Romania Libera.
18.Miron Mitrea a obtinut NUP in dosarul autostrazii Bechtel Procurorii instantei supreme au inchis dosarul „autostrada Bechtel". Astfel, fostul ministru al Transporturilor, Miron Mitrea, precum si fostul director al CNADNR, Mihail Basulescu, au obtinut neinceperea urmaririi penale, motivarea procurorilor fiind una pe cat de subreda pe atat de surprinzatoare.
19.Viata in multinationale Cultura organizationala, siguranta postului si seriozitatea managementului sunt principalele motive pentru care multi tineri romani prefera munca intr-o companie multinationala, chiar daca trebuie sa se adapteze rigorilor occidentale. Specialistii in resurse umane sustin insa ca echitatea in promovare, specifica firmelor straine, ii determina pe tineri sa stranga din dinti si sa aspire la o cariera de succes.
20.Cum a inchis Mutu ziarul "Atac" Multimiliardarul Marian Iancu - finantatorul din umbra al cotidianului, care a avut sloganul „Noi nu iertam pe nimeni!" - a luat luni dupa-amiaza decizia ca publicatia sa nu mai apara, dupa ce redactorul-sef Cristi Vlad a dat bun de tipar unui articol cu multe semne de intrebare, sub titlul „Mutu, show cu Ileana Lazariuc si Lili Sandu".
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