National Press Review, April 19
Articles from dailies România Liberă, Evenimentul Zilei, Adevărul, Jurnalul Naţional and Ziarul Financiar.
Articol de Alexandra Stoica, 19 Aprilie 2012, 09:08
România Liberă wonders “Why our country is on the first position at abortions in the European Union?”.
Romanian women claim to be well informed. According to a survey, two thirds of fertile women in Romania say that know enough about methods of preventing unwanted pregnancies, but half of them have never received any form of sexual education.
In Adevărul we read “Utility debt becomes a national sport”. Debt collection companies have increasingly troubled with Romanians that have debts at gas, electricity- which have been the most spectacular growth. The share of these debts of overdue total debts has increased from 3 percent in 2010 to 7 percent in 2011.
Evenimentul Zilei writes today about “ Ticks Terror” and the "disease with thousand faces", which practically did not exist in Europe 20 years ago, but from now on, global warming spread ticks across the continent. Journalists fling words in authorities’ teeth and write that in capital, the major mayor washes his hands of this situation and throw back Bucharest inhabitants the eradication of these bugs.
Ticks live on quadrupeds, so utmost attention to stray dogs!
Incompetence of hundred of millions Euros at the National House of Public Pensions( CNPP) we read in Adevărul. The checks have done by the Court of Auditors revealed a disastrous management during the mandate of Doina Pârcălabu: losses of 130 million Euros and another 6 billion are blocked in not recovered debts. Money was spent on pensions paid twice by mistake, were sent pensions ‘on the other world’, that were given to deceased people.
Blejnar, also called Great Godfather, will control large wealth, we read in
He was dismissed from ANAF heading, because he was not effective in tax evasion combating, and yet he will be appointed on a higher salary, to the department that controls the way in which the rich have made their fortunes.
Blejnar could begin his first work day to control his fortune, obtained rather unclear, says Jurnalul.
He did not explain why his family’s company was booming after becoming head of Tax Authority or from where he had money for a mansion near Caşin Monastery.
In Ziarul Financiar we find out that luxury hotels reach to drop a star for medical congresses , which provide substantial income.
They voluntarily drop a star, because the events organized by pharmaceutical companies to physicians, cannot be held in five-star-hotels, because they harm the image.
MTTLC, Bucharest University