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1.What the newspapers say: May 12, 2006 The Friday newspapers focus on the coming European Commission’s report, following a draft that circulated among high Commission officials which was revealed yesterday by Reuters. The document lacks conclusions yet, but grants four red flags for Romania’s finance and agriculture. The dailies also bring to the front the open conflict between president Basescu and PM Tariceanu who did not meet yesterday although both of them were in Vienna, the former still in the hospital after hernia surgery, the latter taking part to a charity football game along with other high EU officials. The rift between the two might lead to a motion in the Parlaiment to overthrow Tariceanu’s Government.
2.ING Group records 2 bln Euros profit, in first quarter of 2006 ING Group recorded a pre-tax profit of 2 bln Euros in the first quarter of 2006, up 3.3% compared to the same period lat year, according to a press release by the Dutch group. Life insurance sector and banking services for customers brought a profit up 43.7 percent.
3.PubliMedia International buys 60% of newspaper Gandul PubliMedia International, the publishing company of the MediaPRO group, purchased 60 percent of the Bucharest-based newspaper Gandul stocks, following negotiations with the five shareholders of the daily. The newspaper’s management is to overtaken by the new majority shareholder, while the editorial policy will be provided by Cristian Tudor Popescu, editor-in-chief.
4.Romania run from Vienna Romania was run from Vienna on Thursday as the president and three ministers were in Austria yesterday. President Basescu led the country from the hospital room in Vienna, following the hernia surgery he went through on Monday. He talked on the phone with European officials, and signed 19 decrees. Two Romanian ministers payed him a visit yesterday and PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu went to Vienna for a European summit, but also for a charity football game.
5.Controversial businessman cleared in Fund's crash Romanian controversial businessman Sorin Ovidiu Vantu was cleared on Thursday of abuse instigation against public interest, following the closure by the High Justice Court of the case investigating the crash of the National Accumulation Fund (FNA) in 2000.
6.Bucharest boasts over 1000 restaurants and 300 coffee shops There are over 1000 restaurants and 300 coffee shops in the Romanian capital, where officially reside approximately 2 million people, according to real estate consultant Eurisko. In Paris there are 30,000 restaurants and coffee shops, but the French capital has a populace of 10 million citizens. Coffee shops emerged and developed on street, at the ground floor of office buildings, in shopping malls and in the commercial galleries.
7.Financial Guard employees on warning strike A two –hour warning strike was organised on Friday by the commissioners of the Romanian internal revenue service, known as the Fiscal Guard. The protesters ask for the improvement of working conditions and the payment of extra working hours.
8.Government drops price control in mining industry The Romanian government has decided to drop the price control for products and services in the mining sector, leaving the sector open to a more market-oriented, more economicly efficient management. The prices for mining products and services will from now on be established in competition to other domestic and foreign providers.
9.Romanian president walks for first time after surgery Doctors at an Austrian clinic where Romanian President Traian Basescu underwent a surgical intervention for hernia on Monday night said on Friday that he was in a good condition and that he made his first post-op steps today.
10.Medvedev: "Nabucco pipeline cannot be done without Gazprom support" Gazprom head Alexander Medvedev signed a natural gas delivery contract to Romanian company Conef and discussed issues related to the transnational Nabucco pipeline with the Romanian authorities in Bucharest on Friday.
11.PM Tariceanu's chances to stay in office Several days before the European Commission presents its report whether Romania is ready to join the EU in January 2007, the Romanian political stage is reaching a boiling point. The President is stuck in a hospital after a surgical intervention for hernia. Meanwhile, pressure is rising for the replacement of the prime minister, and the opposition is joining forces in a concerted effort to obtain the resignation of the government through a motion in Parliament.
12.MEP Graham Watson trusts EC will decide Romania should join EU in 2007 The Liberal-Democratic group in the European Parliament (ALDE) believes the May 16 country monitoring report of the European Commission will recommend Romania join the EU on January 1, 2007 and not later. In a press release received sent to Hotnews.ro, ALDE leader Graham Watson says he trusts Romania would join next year as long as it continues to prove serious reforms, with real results.
13.Presa despre proiectul de raport al Comisiei Europene Ziarele de azi pun accentul pe faptul ca Romania mai are inca patru stegulete rosii din partea oficialilor europeni, unul pentru finante si trei pentru agricultura. Cotidianul subliniaza ca "aderam, dar cu conditii", iar EVZ spune ca "data aderarii va fi decisa in ultimul moment". "Jurnalul National" accentueaza avertismentele si posibilele sanctiuni si "Romania libera" sustine ca Romania mai are de pus la punct probleme tehnice, in timp ce Bulgaria nu le-a rezolvat inca pe cele de fond.
14.Raport de proasta gestiune (de Rodica Culcer) Fiesta pe care ne-o pregateam pentru ziua de 16 mai nu va mai avea loc. Pana acum cateva zile eram aproape siguri ca raportul Comisiei Europene avea sa recomande aderarea Romaniei la 1 ianuarie 2007. Poate Bulgaria sa aiba ceva probleme, dar in niciun caz nu Romania, ne linisteau mai mult sau mai putin oficial guvernantii.
15.Pastile de tratat probleme de coloana (de Dan Tapalaga) Boala lor se cheama ticalosie avansata si n-are leac. In momente care cer luciditate si decenta, ei plonjeaza cu voluptate in delir colectiv, se intrec morbid in eseuri ipocrite despre viata, curaj si patriotism. Iar ei sint mereu aceiasi. Hernia presedintelui a rascolit maladiile cronice din presa: demagogie, populism primitiv si nationalism ingust.
16.Pacientul roman (de Petre Mihai Bacanu) Stim ce inseamna o durere atroce de dinti sau de spate. Ce-si putea dori pacientul roman cu junghiuri insuportabile decat sa fie operat cat mai repede? Chiar imediat. Si-ar mai fi dorit sa se stie ca a fost operat in tara, dar era impins de la spate si de faptul ca nu-si mai simtea picioarele, si de durerile mari, si de riscul unei paralizii ireversibile, si de nervii tasati, si de vanzoleala cu mutatul microscopului de la un spital la altul.
17.Staruri care fac toti banii Tom Hanks a intrat miercuri in Cartea Recordurilor drept actorul cu cele mai multe filme consecutive ale caror incasari au depasit 100 de milioane de dolari, informeaza site-ul news.yahoo.com.
18.Tandemul D.A. merge NU "Singurul Cel Mai Mare Bal al Academiei Catavencu din 2006" nu s-a abatut de la traditia bine cunoscuta de a fi unul dintre evenimentele mondene la care regulile de protocol sa fie complet abolite. Odata cu intrarea pe peronul Garii Baneasa, unde s-a tinut marele festin de dinainte de a prinde ultimul tren spre Europa (9 Mai a fost ziua balului, dar este si cea a Europei), invitatii au fost nevoiti sa renunte la orice scortosenie si falsa finete si sa se "plieze" pe stilul nonconformist al gazdelor.
19.Becali a fugit dupa Gloria cu punga de bani Gigi Becali a stat joi la subrat cu o punga plina cu 150.000 de euro pe care a fluturat-o pe la nasul jucatorilor Gloriei. El a urmarit autocarul echipei bistritene cu masina, numai pentru a face sportivilor oferta fata in fata: 10.000 de euro pentru fiecare jucator, daca Gloria bate vineri seara Rapidul.
20.Ahmadinejad vrea sa il atraga pe Bush la negocieri Presedintele iranian, Mahmud Ahmadinejad, a declarat ieri ca Iranul este gata sa negocieze cu Statele Unite problema nucleara, cu conditia ca americanii sa renunte la „atitudinea rauvoitoare". Ahmadinejad continua astfel eforturile incepute in urma cu citeva zile, atunci cind a trimis o scrisoare presedintelui Bush, de a declansa un dialog direct cu Washingtonul.
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