National Press Review March 29
Articles from dailies Evenimentul Zilei, Adevărul, Jurnalul Naţional and România Liberă.
Articol de Mirela Ursachi, 29 Martie 2012, 13:12
“Frunzăverde: the explanation of an unexpected quit”, writes EVENIMENTUL ZILEI, which approaches the invoked reasons by Sorin Frunzăverde got his departure from the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL) and hi orientation to the National Liberal Party (PNL).
Among these there are the politic carrier limitation, the lack of confidence within the actual leading and the abandonment of the Popular Movement.
The article also contains the Socialist Liberal Union leaders’ opinions, as well as details regarding the supposed involvement of Frunzăverde within the “Moldomin business”.
The same subject is analyzed also in ADEVĂRUL, which sustains that “Blaga’s wing rocks Boc’s chair”.
The publication reveals the tensions from PDL after Frunzăverde’s departure from the party and adds: “Vasile Blaga’s supporters had already the first informal meetings, in which they showed the problem of an extraordinary congress”.
More information regarding the plans that Blaga’s team has, but also about Boc’s response to the eventual organization of a congress –you find within the pages of the newspaper.
Under the title “Chevron breaks Vama Veche, Adamclisi and Costineşti”, JURNALUL NAŢIONAL presents the reactions appeared after the government has published yesterday, in the Official Monitor, the oiler agreements of concession, after which the American oiler group Chevron can start the shale gas exploitation in three perimeters from Dobrogea.
The publication mentions that the Tourism Ministry is not worried regarding the tourism destruction in the area and notes the mayors’ reaction from the concerned places regarding the shale gas exploitation.
The mayor of Limanu, whom Vama Veche is also ascribed, draws attention that the project will be harmful for water, because the groundwater is not deep enough.
Also, there are noted opinions on this matter, posted on the socialization websites and the reaction of Greenpeace regarding the central authorities’ decision.
In the end, ROMÂNIA LIBERĂ announces: “Only one farm from Romania can deliver pork in the European Union”.
After 9 years of interdictions, the pork delivers from our country have received green light for the market from the Community forum, but the farmers don’t have much to export, and the sanitary-veterinary conditions are very harsh –explains the author of the article.
He gives details about the causes of the Romanian exporters lack within the field, but also about the Agriculture minister’s expectancies for the following period.
Translated by Alexandra-Diana Mircea
MTTLC, Bucharest University