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1.What the newspapers say: September 18, 2006 The phrase “early elections” becomes the powerplay of the day for Romanian media on Monday as newspapers debate the findings of a new poll and a key minister calls for an early poll as a means of support for the reform of the Justice system. Stories related to ex-dictator Ceausescu’s political police, the Securitate, blend well with those regarding the presence of Arab students in Romania. One newspaper interviews a top representative of the Hamas government in the Palestinian territories, while others discuss plans by Britain’s Prince Charles to buy a property in Romania.
2."Le Monde": Political tension grows in Romania before accession Political fractures in Romania as the country prepares to join the EU on January 1 next year are the subject of a report in French daily “Le Monde”, according to which the country faces a possible political crises as differences between President Traian Basescu and PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu get deeper and deeper.
3.President stays Romania's top political favorite President Traian Basescu retains the highest level of trust among Romanian politicians in the eyes of the public, a latest poll published on Sunday shows. 54% of Romanians say they trust the President - down 1% from the preceding poll in this regard.
4.Romanian alpinists found alive and well in the Himalayas The two Romanian alpinists who were stranded while climbing the Nanga Parbat peak in the Himalayas last week were found alive and healty about a week when communication with them halted, national TV station TVR has reported.
5.Three Romanians among Canada's Dawson College wounded Romania’s Consul General to Montreal has confirmed that three Romanian students were among the wounded at the Dawson College rampage in Canada last Wednesday. One woman died and a total of 19 people were wounded at the College when a psychologically disturbed man armed with a gun entered the school and opened fire as the students were having lunch.
6.Romania's "Golden Gymnasts" receive top medals Members of the “Golden Generation” of Romanian gymnasts led by Montreal star Nadia Comaneci reunited in Bucharest on Saturday as President Traian Basescu presided over a ceremony in which all champions of Romanian gymnastics over the past 30 years received top state medals.
7.The Guardian: British businessmen lobbied PM Blair in favor of Romanian workers A group of influential business people from Britain held secretive talks with PM Tony Blair this summer to persuade him that they needed labor force from Romania and Bulgaria, for which authorities in London are considering restrictions to stave of labor migration once they join the EU on January 1 next year, British newspaper The Guardian reports.
8.Ex-PM Nastase says not guilty in corruption case Former Romanian PM Adrian Nastase was summoned to the National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA) on Monday to learn about the criminal case opened against him on suspicion of acts of corruption related to the construction and procurement of a property in Bucharest. Nastase told journalists prior to his meeting with DNA prosecutors that the result in the so-called Zambaccian case, bearing the name of the street where the property is situated, was a predictible one.
9.No surprise as Transdniestr overwhelmingly supports independence Over 97% of the population in the breakaway region of Transdniestr, in the Moldovan Republic, voted in favour of independence in a referendum organized in this regard on Sunday, the first official results show. The EU, the Council of Europe and the OSCE have explicitly said they did not recognize the validity of the referendum as their interest was made clear: a long as the EU borders - once Romania joins the EU, moves eastwards to the Moldovan Republic, stability is all that matters in the region.
10.Fitch gives positive rating to HVB Tiriac bank The rating agency Fitch gave an “A minus” rating to the HVB Tiriac Commercial Bank for long term currency debts, an F2 rating for short term credits, a “D” individual rating and a “1” support qualification.
11.Democratic Party to become full member of EEP starting January 1, 2007 The Democratic Party (PD), a senior member of the governing coalition in Bucharest where it was propelled by President Traian Basescu, will become a full member of the European Popular Party starting January 1 next year, PD head Emil Boc announced on Monday.
12.Investment Law: a list of good intentions The Romanian Government has submitted for public debate a new piece of legislation aimed at encouraging investments in the country. The draft law is quite generous in terms of facilities for investors: preferential interest loans, subsidies, exemptions, payment cuts and spread-outs. While investors welcome the draft law, analysts such as Cristian Badescu believe its provisions can be easily used for personal purposes.
13.Senatorul Hasotti, "din dragoste", cu dedicatie:
"Sa fie Elena Udrea ministru de Interne si Externe"
Vicepresedintele PNL, senatorul Puiu Hasotti a continuat, si ieri, seria reprosurilor la adresa presedintelui Traian Basescu, pe care il considera principalul element generator de disensiuni in sanul Aliantei.
14.Senatorul Ioan Talpes:
"Voi fi mereu alaturi de Ion Iliescu, ca om, dar politic nu"
Senatorul Ioan Talpes, fost sef al SIE si om de incredere a fostului presedinte Ion Iliescu, si-a prezentat ieri, la Constanta, proiectul politic pe care l-a intitulat Uniunea Populara Social Crestin.
15.Urechile preotilor, invatate cu aceeasi placa la spovedanie Intr-o lume a informatiei, a tehnologiei si vitezei, oamenii isi fac in continuare timp pentru a ajunge la slujba de duminica. Si nu este vorba doar de oameni in varsta, ci si de tineri, care incep in numar tot mai mare sa frecventeze bisericile.
16.Boom-ul imobiliar, o realitate care a depasit cele mai optimiste asteptari Piata imobiliara din Romania cunoaste la momentul actual un avant fara precedent in istoria moderna a plaiurilor mioritice, fiind sectorul economic ce va beneficia in urmatorii 5-7 ani de investitii straine si autohtone estimate la mai multe miliarde de euro.
17.Colonistii au pus stapanire pe un cartier din Mangalia Cartierele marginase ale Mangaliei au constituit, de la an la an, unele dintre cele mai periculoase zone ale orasului, de cele mai multe ori autoritatile si fortele de ordine lasandu-i pe locatarii de aici sa isi faca prorpiile legi.
18.Liceu pentru sportivi Incepand din aceasta toamna, Clujul se poate mandri cu un Liceu cu Profil Sportiv, clasele I-XII, primul de acest gen din oras. Desi lumea sportiva clujeana isi doreste de mai bine de cativa ani un asemenea liceu, realizarea acestuia a fost posibila de-abia acum.
19.Campanie PNL, in moarte clinica la Cluj PNL continua campania prin care spera sa obtina retragerea trupelor din Irak * Clujenii nu se inghesuie sa semneze pentru aducerea militarilor acasa * Marius Nicoara invoca preocuparea pentru problemele judetului in defavoarea preocuparilor politice
20.Romanii vor Armata Profesionalism si siguranta”, noul motto al Armatei Romane. Campania de recrutare se apropie de final. Estimarile bat orice asteptari.
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