National Press Review August 30
Articles from dailies Adevărul, Evenimentul Zilei, Jurnalul Național, România Liberă and Ziarul Financiar.
Articol de Mihai Udroiu, 30 August 2012, 10:20
"He lost the battle but he won the war"-so Adevărul sees the end of the suspending and dismissal process of President Traian Basescu.
The president return to the Cotroceni Palace was a paradox, writes the publication: he was defeated in all political disputes, most of those legal and he won at diplomatic level only.
Article lead us back in time until January this year, when President Traian Basescu criticised the Secretary of State, Raed Arafat, regarded by Adevărul early appeals his suspension from office.
There are dotted in chronological order the other stages that culminated in the July 29 referendum.
Evenimentul Zilei published today an exclusive interview with Andrei Pleşu.
The essayist talks about the effects of government policies on culture, with direct reference to the Romanian Cultural Institute and at TVR Cultural, but also about what he calls "new barons inflation " on stage in Romania.
Andrei Pleşu expresses disapproval of the situation in which the two institutions and makes some suggestions for people who should lead them.
"Searching for desperate solutions for class zero", România Liberă writes and points : given that there are a few days before the start of the school year, the education authorities have not yet solved the staff problem of the preparatory classes .
School Inspectorate of the city recruits pensioners, students and post-graduate students, stand-in teachers , and a final solution would be hiring students in the final year of college, told the newspaper the Chief Inspector Constantin Trăistaru.
"Farewell, ring road : the capital remained without funding," warns Ziarul Financiar.
National company of Motorways and National Roads has no longer the money to complete the project, following the rectification budget this summer.
Road infrastructure has not only suffered, but adds the publication, which draws attention and to the funds reduction for transport by rail and water.
"RCA's houses, mandatory for all owners", Jurnalul Naţional, announces the measure recently approved by the Insurance Supervisory Commission, which will enter into force on 1 September this year.
From that date, all homeowners must first conclude a policy against floods, earthquakes and landslides, and then an optional insurance.
The payment of the amount of 20 euros are no exception either purchased homes on credit, reports the publication.
Translated by Denisse-Meda Bucura