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1.What the newspapers say: October 23, 2006 The EU accession brings important popularity points for the governing authorities in Romania, according to a new poll. Still, the EU accession is not all milk and honey, as new calculi and Western statements show. A medieval ruler has been declared Romania’s most important representative at the end of a public TV campaign trying to identify the values of a confused nation. The story of two Romanian heroes in Rome has a dark and spectacular side. And shady deals have had an important contribution to Romania’s energy privatization. All in today’s newspapers.
2.President, governing alliance lead popular trust About half of Romanian voters are pleased with President Traian Basescu’s activity and more are trustful or very trustful of him, a new poll shows. The head of state is followed by two Liberal dissidents and a populist businessman politician, the public opinion study published by the INSOMAR on Sunday pollster shows.
3.Britain unwilling to receive "skilled" Romanian and Bulgarian workers The British Government has decided to restrict access to the country’s labor market for Romanian and Bulgarian workers once the two countries join the European Union on January 1, 2007, according to The Observer. The British weekly says London’s Home Secretary John Reid will unveil a plan to limit labour migration from the two countries, giving in to anti-immigration lobbyists in Britain.
4.Sweden not to limit access for Romanians on its labor market Sweden does not plan to restrict the access of Romanian and Bulgarian citizens to its domestic labor market once the two Eastern European countries join the EU in January 2007, according to officials in the Stockholm government, quoted by AFP.
5.Romania military service officially optional starting today Military service for Romanian youth loses its compulsory status starting today at noon, when a clock in central Bucharest, counting the time left (AMR) until the Romanian army becomes fully professional stops. The measure to suspend compulsory military service during peacetime is part of a strategy to professionalize the Romanian army capable of facing the current security context in the world.
6.Ex-PM indicted in new fraud case Romania’s ex-PM Adrian Nastase and his wife faced a new hearing at the National Anti-Corruption Office-DNA on Monday morning in a new case related to a fraud case involving one of his properties in Bucharest. This time around, Nastase is charged with receiving goods evaluated at some 400,000 euro in what is suspected to be an illegal deal, but which he says is the value of double-glazed windows at the house in Zambaccian Street, Bucharest.
7.Liberal preferred as Romania's future EU commissioner Liberal MP Varujan Vosganian will most probably become Romania’s future EU Commissioner, governmental sources have told HotNews.ro. The official announcement will be made by EC President Jose Manuel Barroso on October 27 the latest, according to official statements made in Bucharest last week.
8.Romanian kidnapped in Nigeria returns home Romanian citizen Emil Neagu, who was kidnapped along with six other people in Nigeria on October 3 and later released this year, returned to Romaniaon Monday. He refused to provide detailed information on the ransom paid for his and his colleagues’ release. Neagu said he would spend some ten days on holiday in Romania and would then return to Nigeria to continue his work.
9.Britain to announce restrictions for Romanian, Bulgarian workers Britain is to announce plans to restrict the access of skilled workers from Romania and Bulgaria on its labor market once the two countries join the European Union on January 1, 2007. The announcement, expected today and due to be made by Home Secretary John Reid, may be followed with a similar move in Ireland, according to the BBC.
10.Romanian Zoo mourns star elephant The Bucharest Zoological Garden has announced that one of the oldest elephants on the European continent, Gaya, died in its compound this weekend. Gaya, 48, was brought to Romania from Rostock 34 years ago, when it just turned 14.
11.Cursa nebuna O motocicleta de 1.000 de centimetri cubi versus un avion ultrausor. Aceasta a fost intrecerea care a tinut aseara capul de afis al celei de-a treia editii a campionatului de viteza K.O. Racing.
12.Basescu, Stolojan si Musca le merg romanilor la inima Romanii nu se dezmint: seful statului ramine preferatul lor si la 2 ani dupa alegeri. Potrivit unui sondaj INSOMAR dat ieri publicitatii, 52% dintre cetatenii Romaniei sint destul de multumiti de activitatea presedintelui Traian Basescu, iar 57% dintre ei au incredere in acesta.
13.Soc si groaza printre suporteri Finalul partidei disputate de "U" la Hunedoara, impotriva Corvinului, a fost dominat de incidente violente care s-au petrecut in tribuna. Suporterii hunedoreni au intrat in conflict cu galeria Universitatii, iar de la injurii la lupte de strada nu a fost decat un pas. Incidentele s-au soldat cu trei raniti si cu pagube materiale de ambele parti.
14.Clujenii beau sampania in Austria De Revelion clujenii aleg in acest an Austria. Este cea mai vanata destinatie, la preturi comparabile cu Poiana Brasov. Operatorii din turism spun ca solicitarile incep sa curga din noiembrie.
15.Legea intra in buzunarele locatarilor Daca va fi aprobata, noua lege a asociatiilor de proprietari ii va obliga pe locatari sa se supuna deciziei asociatiei, sub sanctiunea unei amenzi. Nascuta din problemele intampinate de proiectele care implica bani din partea locatarilor, legea risca sa genereze conflicte. Proprietarii de la bloc
16.Mesajul Phoenix este alterat Trei membri ai unui grup de initiativa pentru salvarea Rosiei Montane au incercat, vineri, sa boicoteze concertul formatiei Phoenix. Nicu Covaci, liderul trupei, sustine ca protestatarii sunt doar niste copii manipulati.
17.Boros Janos, viceprimarul penal Viceprimarul Clujului, Boros Janos, nu este strain de improprietaririle catre Statusul Romano Catolic. Boros are o plangere penala pentru abuz in serviciu. Viceprimarul a fost implicat intr-o retrocedare catre Status. Boros Janos compune adrese doar de el intelese. Cererile de retrocedare ale Statusului Romano Catolic nu au sprijin istoric.
18.Hotel Fetish a lansat "Tango" Trupa bucuresteana Hotel Fetish a concertat la sfarsitul saptamanii trecute la Cluj-Napoca, in Club Roland Garros. Evenimentul a avut ca scop lansarea oficiala, la Cluj, a primului album al trupei, intitulat “Tango”.
19.Luna Amara si Altar - protest anti-cenzura Doua trupe clujene - Luna Amara si Altar - vor participa la sfarsitul acestei saptamani in Bucuresti la un concert de protest contra cenzurii. Sustinatorii cauzei pot semna scrisoarea deschisa, online, pe site-ul www.humanism.ro.
20.Protestele anticomuniste din 1956, comemorate in Cluj-Napoca si Targu-Mures Maghiarii si romanii din Cluj si Mures aniverseaza impreuna 50 de ani de la protestele anticomuniste care au cuprins mai multe orase din Transilvania, sub influenta Revolutiei maghiare. Din cauza acestor proteste sute de persoane au fost arestate de Securitate.
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