National Press Review, 30 November
Articles from the failies Evenimentul Zilei, România Liberă, Jurnalul Naţional and Curierul Naţional.
Articol de Costi Dumăscu, 30 Noiembrie 2011, 18:01
“Five strategic mistakes due to which Ponta could lose the PSD leadership” – the Evenimentul Zilei headline on the front page.
The publication notes that, according to a document elaborated by a home organization of the PSD, the USL may not obtain more than 50 percent and may lose the future elections based on their own errors.
However, the author listed the so-called mistakes that have cost or will cost the USL, including up too early formation of the Liberal Social Union and the exclusion of Mircea Geoană from the PSD, which might have “stirred” some conflicts within the party.
The România Liberă seeks to answer the question: “Why the Senate chairman is important” and comments on the turmoil created around this position in the last weeks.
The paper analysed the alleged benefits arising from holding the presidency of the parliament's upper house and claimed that “on the head of a Chamber depends whether a project enters debate, when it is released from the Parliament and the resolution - approval or rejection”.
The Jurnalul Naţional presents an exclusive interview with Crin Halaicu, after 15 years of silence. The first elected mayor of Bucharest after the Revolution explained “the controversial topics that he left behind when he left this position”.
Crin Halaicu revealed for the Jurnalul Naţional, among others, how a legend of the first asphalting was born, which was the story of the Dalli parking, how he earned his first million dollars out of the insurance company as well as his occupations after leaving the public life.
Finally, from the Curierul Naţional we find out “What do multinationals seek in future employees?” zs the crisis has changed the requirements of large companies.
The article noted that employers are more centred on results and previous experience, and candidates are more carefully evaluated. The specialists in human resources that were contacted by the newspaper gave details about the recruitment procedures and tips for building a career.
Translated by: Iulia Florescu
MA student, MTTLC, Bucharest University