National Press Review, May 15
Articles from dailies Adevărul, Jurnalul Naţional, România Liberă, Evenimentul Zilei, Bursa and Ziarul Financiar.
Articol de Octavian Coman, 15 Mai 2012, 09:28
Ziarul Financiar points out that tension in Greece hits directly in the stock and also the leu-euro exchange rate.
Under the heading "Minimum currency, maximum concern", the newspaper Bursa quoted Prime-minister Victor Ponta who says that the government is prepared to take all the necessary measures.
According to Evenimentul Zilei, the most eminent economists have considered three scenarios, two of which are very bad for our country.
Under the headline "Why do we cough when Greece has a cold", Romania Liberă’s columnist points out that the respective country could go into default at the beginning of next month.
In turn, Adevărul reminds that 17 EU governments have been shot down by the debt crisis. This happened because the economic earthquake has forced the governments to take tough austerity measures that have proved to be fatal for many political leaders.
Jurnalul Naţional thanks to the medals factory Bellu and Bitang who has given us the joy of being Romanian and states that the gymnastics national team returned from Brussels went directly to Isvorani camp in order to prepare for the London Olympics.
Romania Liberă announces on the first page the establishment of Mang Commission at the Romanian Academy.
It will analyze the current scientific articles of the Education Minister and will inform the Prime-minister.
Evenimentul Zilei also speaks of Ioan Mang as about one of the weak links of Ponta government.
Also in Romania Liberă we read about a new possible Crulic case. A Romanian prisoner died in a hospital from Italy after two months on hunger strike, claiming that he was innocent. Romanian authorities say they have been informed by those of Rome, as required by international customs.
Returning to sport, Adevărul signals, "new tricks to Romanian Federation of Football (FRF)", Craiova disappears and appears in League Two.
Science exclusion by the General Assembly of FRF is treated in Jurnalul Național, the columnist being convinced that Universitatea Craiova was buried by the Godfather’s servants.
From Ziarul Financiar we also learn that the ( Rabla program)scrapping bonus price has tripled.
Voucher number dropped four times from 2011 and they are now traded on the market with prices ranging between 2,600 and 3,000 lei, three times more than in previous years.
Bursa newspaper notes the claims of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bucharest, according to which there are no more obstacles in demolishing Plaza Cathedral, after the property developer lost the case also at the European Court of Human Rights.
In the same newspaper it is noted about Russian interest for Romanian health tourism.
Translated by Alexandra-Diana Mircea
MTTLC, Bucharest University