National Press Review May 9
Articles from dailies Adevărul, Ziarul Financiar, Jurnalul Naţional, România Liberă, Bursa and Evenimentul Zilei.
Articol de Alexandra Stoica, 09 Mai 2012, 12:21
Newspapers write about today’s most important event of the year in our country: Europe League final. How to get around being hosts and how will help us the Spanish invasion of tourists. Read about the controversies that have arisen after one day of Ponta governing.
Let’s enjoy the football, wishes us Adevărul, which prepared several pages where we find "everything about the final in Bucharest", both in terms of football, but also in that of organization.
There is also an article in Ziarul Financiar about the first European final: "200 million Euros to be on the football map".
Today we will find out if it was worth the expense made with National Arena.
Yet, the earnings from event barely reach 30 million Euros.
UEFA final brought to Bucharest 30,000 tourists, but Spaniards are prudent and especially, crippled by the crisis.
The chances that money invested to return to the Romanian economy in the coming years depend largely on how the final result will be tonight.
The chronicle of the first day in Parliament of Victor Ponta governance, made by Jurnalul Naţional :what has been done and what has been discussed.
The legislative approved a special tax amnesty for public servants and pure uninominal voting at the parliamentary elections, but also the Omar Hayssam’s extradition treaty .
The same topic, another newspaper.
România Liberă writes on the front page :" 6 from a blow. Since the first day of governance, USL adopted a few measures designed to increase the popularity in anticipation of the elections.
"300.000 public servants get off to return the money collected illegally and prefects and deputy prefects were dismissed in bulk.
Instead, the promises concerning the immediate return of the contributions illegally detained from pensioners have been forgotten, writes România Liberă.
How sees Evenimentul Zilei the repayment in installments:" salaries and pensions increases: half before elections and half after elections".
The columnists from Evenimentul Zilei construe the decision as "a discreet blackmail on the part of the USL’s government: vote on us if you want all the money back".
"Suddenly, the Ponta government learned the International Monetary Fund’s area", we can read in Bursa.
It seems that Fund officials rapidly have persuaded the present government of the energy companies privatization need. PDL projects regarding energy will be continued.
"Traian Băsescu has found out why Dutch salad withers", writes Jurnalul Naţional.
Finally, the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands was warmly received at Cotroceni after six months of waiting.
The president has postponed him for months , angry that the Netherlands oppose Romania’s entry into the Schengen zone,- a position that has created a serious diplomatic scandal , reminds us Jurnalul Naţional.
In România Liberă we read about a real super offer: "Business with the state: sell at double price and not pay any debts".
Transelectrica is trying now a chose in court from one of "the smart guys" that provided energy to Metrorex at a double price to the stock exchange one.
In Adevărul we read an exclusive interview with an important person of Bilderberg Group, which is said to be the world’s shadow government.
"In 35 years , no one ever talks about Romania at Bilderberg", said the academician Thierry de Montbrial, the manager of the International Relations of French Institute , a board member of the mentioned group. Brains drain is a phenomenon that could clear Romania the most basic essence- human capital, says de Montbrial.
MTTLC, Bucharest University