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1.What the newspapers say: November 7, 2006 Bucharest newspapers on Tuesday debate a new Transparency International report that describes Romania as EU’s most corrupt member state as of January 2007. A series of controversial revelations against top former politicians in Bucharest, made by a defected Securitate officer for outlets of one media group in the country, also spark considerable talk. And so does the preparation of main parties in Romania for the future European Parliament elections.
2.TI official: Corruption in Romania not as dramatic as report shows The latest Transparency International corruption ranking report, which blasted Romania with the lowest score among EU-27 states on Monday, does not mirror the real level of corruption in the country because it does not reflect the reforms reported over the past year, Mikos Marschall, TI regional director for Europe and Central Asia, suggest in statements for the German Der Spiegel Online.
3.One in two Romanians believe country is on wrong track Some 50% of Romanians believe the country is heading in the wrong direction while 43% believe things are evolving in the right way, a new study by pollster IMAS shows. The report also shows that some 46% of Romanian citizens would vote for the current governing pact, the D.A. Alliance, if elections took place next Sunday.
4.Romanian "unemployed" local officials to receive compensations Romanian deputies have jumped to support local elected officials with a vote in favour of benefits that considerably boost the income of the latter. The status of local elected officials was passed with an overwhelming majority in the House, granting them bonuses of 80% of a salary once the term in office expires.
5.Deputatii disagree with Internet publication of Securitate files Romanian deputies rejected on Tuesday a legislative measure that pushed for the publication of files belonging to the former communist secret police, the Securitate, on the Internet. The initiative suggested that the main body studying the Securitate archives, CNSAS, should publish the documents on a website so that anybody had access to who and in what terms collaborated with the dreaded service before 1989.
6.Interconnection charges divide telephony market Representatives of three important telephony companies in Romania announced in a joint press conference on Tuesday they would sue the National Authority for the Communications Regulation-ANRC and would complain at the European Commission unless ANRC abandons a project that postpones the reduction for interconnection tariffs for mobile telephony services.
7.European Court of Auditors criticizes Romania The European Court of Auditors points toward irregularities in tackling the European SAPARD and PHARE funds in Romania in its newly released report on 2005. The document criticizes the way EU farming funds have been spent.
8.GMP chosen Romanian PR Agency of the Year The GMP company was chosen the PR company of the year at this year’s edition of the Romanian PR Awards Gala. The agency won thanks to six PR companies throughout the year. It is the first time in the history of Romanian PR Awards when such an award is included in the event.
9.Complotul aproape reusit impotriva Americii Cum ar fi fost daca F.D. Roosevelt ar fi pierdut alegerile in fata lui Charles Lindberg, aviatorul erou al Americii, decorat de Hitler si politician amator cu vederi antisemite? Si, mai ales, cum ar fi fost pentru un baietel din Newark, pe nume Philip Roth, crescut intr-o familie si intr-un cartier pur evreiesti?
10.Cresterea economica a Uniunii Europene va fi de 2,8% in acest an Ritmul de crestere economica al Uniunii Europene se va plasa, in acest an, la 2,8%, in timp ce in zona euro avansul va fi de 2,6%, in crestere fata de nivelul de 1,7%, respectiv 1,4% inregistrat in anul 2005, potrivit prognozei realizate de Comisia Europeana. In previziunile anterioare, executivul comunitar miza pe o crestere de 2,5% in acest an.
11.Unu din patru romani se asteapta la bani mai multi Un sfert dintre romani (26%) estimeaza ca situatia lor financiara se va imbunatati in 2007, aproape la egalitate cu cei care cred ca vor avea mai putini bani in 2007 (24%), rezulta dintr-un studiu de piata realizat de Metromedia Transilvania intre adultii din mediul urban si rural care detin cel putin un instrument financiar bancar.
12.Scolile tehnice se schimba dupa fata Uniunii Europene Specializarile profesionalelor si ale scolilor de arte si meserii sunt in plin proces de modificare, profesorii insa raman ancorati in materiile din perioada comunista. De la an la an, specializarile se modifica pentru a corespunde cerintelor locale de pe piata muncii, dar si nevoilor europene.
13.Exportul de copii romani continua 70 de copii au fost scosi din tara, oficial, in perioada 2000 - 2005, pentru a fi tratati in strainatate. Ce s-a intamplat cu acesti copii, carora pare ca li s-a pierdut urma? Multi dintre ei se afla si acum, la multi ani dupa ce au parasit tara, in tutela unor cetateni straini.
14.Masini mai ieftine dupa aderare? Un raport al Comisiei Europene arata ca in Polonia, Lituania si Ungaria preturile autoturismelor au scazut considerabil in ultimul an. Cei care si-au propus sa cumpere un automobil in urmatorii ani trebuie sa studieze atent evolutia actuala a preturilor in statele care au aderat recent pentru a-si programa bugetul.
15.Traian Basescu conduce detasat in topul credibilitatii Traian Basescu conduce detasat in topul credibilitatii (57%), urmat de liderul PSD, Mircea Geoana (29%), Corneliu Vadim Tudor (25%) si Calin Popescu Tariceanu (24%). Din datele ultimului sondaj IMAS rezulta ca primul ministru continua sa piarda din aderenti.
16.Romanii, cobai pentru alimentele modificate genetic Rezultatele analizelor de laborator realizate pentru alimentele cumparate de Greenpeace din magazinele alimentare din Romania confirma ca romanii sunt cobai pentru alimentele modificate genetic, iar autoritatile tin rezultatele secrete in mod ilegal.
17.Puterea de achizitie a locuintelor ramane redusa Activitatea de creditare din Romania in 2006 a depasit estimarile, datorita performantelor economice si a consumului inca robust, inregistrandu-se cresteri semnificative ale imprumuturilor in moneda nationala.
18.Big Brother pe mapamond Nemtii si canadienii sunt cei mai putin spionati cetateni, in timp ce britanicii sunt supravegheati non stop si prin cele mai sofisticate mijloace de catre guvernul de la Londra. Aceasta este concluzia la care a ajuns organizatia neguvernamentala Privacy International.
19.Europa are exces de forta de munca calificata Forta de munca calificata nu este o problema a Europei. Angajatorii din Uniunea Europeana au cea mai larga plaja de alegere din lume in ceea ce priveste lucratorii calificati, arata un raport Manpower. Dar excesul de lucratori calificati indica o lipsa la capitolul forta de munca necalificata.
20.Bunicutele sexy Actrita britanica Helen Mirren a fost votata cea mai sexy femeie in varsta, intr-un top realizat in Marea Britanie, surclasand frumuseti celebre precum Sofia Loren sau Susan Sarandon, informeaza thisislondon.co.uk.
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