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2006-05-17

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Michael Theil - Lazarescu
2006-05-17 00:52:57

VA FELICITAM SI VA MULTUMIM, LIBERALILOR ! Romanii merita sansa !

Dupa votul de la 16 iunie, Romania va intra intr-o noua etapa de dezvoltare, in calitate de stat membru al Uniunii Europene.
Aceasta este singura certitudine.
Restul depinde in mod fundamental de capacitatea noastra de a gestiona o realitate istorica mai mult decat favorabila.
Romanii merita aceasta sansa!
SUS PNL ! INAINTE TARICENEEEEE !

Aladin
2006-05-17 03:51:08

Se pare ca articolul nu arata exact ce s-a discutat acolo.

Ce am auzit la francezi este ca hotararea nu a fost luata inca si exista puncte ce nu au fost indeplinite.Despre Bulgaria s-a spus ca coruptia e mai mare .
Probabil noi avem un covor mai mare unde ascundem (maturam ) realitatile.

Raquel
2006-05-17 07:59:20

Liberalii ?!! Cred ca visezi, musiu.

dur
2006-05-17 09:11:42

Cum...

poate fi oprir sa ne mai sfatuiasca acest Urechila Finantistul

Tzepelica
2006-05-17 11:48:11

Re: Fii mai atenta, Rasel, la limba de lemn...

Floreen
2006-05-17 15:52:19

Re: Cum...

La 2006-05-17 09:11:42, dur a scris:
stai linistit durule, ca nici Alianta PNL-PD nu e ma breaza.
Halal guvern liberal -taxa pe viciu, taxa pe pamant, taxe....taxe....taxe.....apoi mai este si faptul ca Alianta nu are cadre de conducere, nu are profesionisti, nu are material uman de calitate. cel putin PSD-ul (asa corupt cum era) cel putin avea resurse umane de inalta calificare....nu sulfine, vladesti, dobre sau nicolaesti.....
Sanatate.

> poate fi oprir sa ne mai sfatuiasca acest Urechila Finantistul
>

Oriana
2006-05-17 15:53:03

Aladin: exact, s-a amanat doar Raportul FINAL, pt. octombrie la Helsinki


http://www.ziua.ro/f.php?zyear=2006&thread=199574&id=68271

"Sofia and Bucharest NERVOUS over EU report" ...

by Mark Beunderman

All eyes in Bulgaria and Romania are SET ON Brussels as the European Commission finalises a KEY REPORT which COLUD leave the two EU hopefuls uncertain about their accession DATE.

The commission report, due out on Tuesday (16 May), is set to put STRONG CONDITIONS on the EU accession of both Bulgaria and Romania, according to media reports.

Sofia and Bucharest are likely to be presented a tough "to- do" list IF they wish to enter the EU as planned on 1 January 2007, with the commission expected to reassess progress in a FINAL report in the AUTUMN.

According to the BBC, EU leaders COULD confirm the entry DATE at a summit in FINLAND in OCTOBER.

This would mean that Bulgaria and Romania, which were seeking CLARITY on the EXACT entry DATE at an EU leaders' meeting in June, WOULS be left in UNCERTAINITY for an additional couple of MOMTHS.

The accession treaties of the two EU hopeful countries, signed in 2005, foresee the possibility of a 1 YEAR DELAY of accession from January 2007 to January 2008 IF entry preparations fall SHORT.

But even IF entry preparations are STILL insufficient by the autumn, it is unlikely that the 1 year postponement CLAUSE will be invoked.

Brussels is MOST concerned ABOUT Bulgaria, STILL seen as having SERIOUS shortcomings in fighting CRIME and CORRUPTION, according to draft commission reports circulating last week.

But according to the accession treaty, a decision to DELAY Bulgaria's entry would have to be adopted by ALL EU member states unanimously, with most "new" member states, the UK and Bulgaria's neighbour GREECE STRONGLY opposed to such a move.

To invoke ROMANIA's DELAY clause, ONLY a majority of member states' votes is necessary, reflecting greater WORRIES on Romanian backlogs at the time the accession treaty was drafted.

Bucharest caught up considerably in the meantime, with a DRAFT commission report citing "significant PROGRESS" in sensitive areas such as the FIGHT against CORRUPTION.

GERMAN ratification

The prospect of a question mark over the entry date in Tuesday's report still worries SOFIA, with diplomats pointing to possible PROBLEMS in the ratification of the accession treaty in EU member states.

There is PARTICULAR concern about Berlin's ratification, as the GERMAN parliament is awaiting the commission REPORT before it goes ahead with processing the two countries' accession treaties.

IF the wording of the report on Bulgaria is TOO negative, an enlargement-weary German parliament COULD further FREEZE ratification, Sofia FEARS.

On TOP of this, a draft REPORT also indicated that Bulgaria and Romania will be put to a TIGHT monitoring mechanism EVEN IF they enter on time in 2007, with some EXPERTS speaking of a "second-class" membership with continued Brussels tutelage.

The DRAFT also included a financial SANCTION IF both Romania and Bulgaria are NOT prepared ON TIME

to ABSORB and DISTRIBUTE EU agricultural SUBSIDIES.

" IF this is NOT remedied, the commission MAY TAKE measures to... WITHHOLD payments to Bulgaria and Romania", the text said.

EUObserver.com
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

La 2006-05-17 03:51:08, Aladin a scris:

> Ce am auzit la francezi este ca hotararea nu a fost luata inca si
> exista puncte ce nu au fost indeplinite.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
FONDURILE DESTINATE PT. AGRICULTURA

Despre Bulgaria s-a spus ca coruptia e mai mare .

Probabil noi avem un covor mai mare unde ascundem (maturam ) realitatile.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
NU de covor e nevoie, ci de planuri, idei, pt. a investi si restructura aspectul agrico al Romaniei.

Oriana
2006-05-17 16:24:59

Romania welcomed the report as "the BEST evaluation ever received"...

EU entry hopefuls "must do more"

Bbc, 17.05.2006
The European Commission has recommended that Bulgaria and ROMANIA should join the EU next year as planned, BUT ONLY IF... they FULFIL key conditions.
Bulgaria in particular will have to show tangible results in the fight against corruption and organised crime.

The Report presented to the European Parliament also warns both states could face serious membership Restrictions and Cuts to EU Funds after they join.
The final assessment on whether they can join will be delayed until October.

In its progress reports, the commission said the countries' accession could STILL be postponed until January 2008 IF they did not show ENOUGH progress by the autumn.

"The possibility of being ready in 2007 is do-able," European Commission President Jose' Manuel Barroso told the parliament.
" But it is for the two countries to deliver".

Correspondents say the commission does NOT WANT to penalise reformist governments in both countries by DELAYING their entry, BUT with growing public unease in western Europe over further expansion, it has to KEEP up the PRESSURE for deeper changes.

Tangible results

Bulgaria has to tackle six areas of serious concern, including high-level corruption and organised crime. "Indictments, prosecution, trials, convictions and dissuasive sentences remain rare in the fight against high- level corruption," the report warns. It calls for "clear evidence of results".

Romania's to-do list is shorter and more technical, with 4 POINTS mainly covering food safety and setting up agencies to pay EU farm aids.

The report warns that both countries RISK losing billions of euros IF these agencies are NOT in place and that some FOOD exports could be BANNED to prevent the spread of mad cow disease.

A special monitoring system could also be put in place in the first three years after they join if efforts to tackle corruption and reform the judiciary do not yield results.

Such close monitoring is unprecedented in the EU and some say it could amount to second-class membership, the BBC's Oana Lungescu in Brussels says.

Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn said it was the EU's "duty to ensure that once they join, they really meet the conditions".
Mr Barroso and Mr Rehn were due to travel to Romania and Bulgaria this evening to reassure both countries and ask them to make a FINAL push.

Romania welcomed the report as "the BEST evaluation ever received",

while Bulgaria vowed to improve justice and law enforcement.

BULGARIA

Clear results in tackling organised crime networks, Implement laws for fighting fraud and corruption, Do more to prevent money laundering, Prevent embezzlement of aid, Complete agriculture reforms.

ROMANIA:

Finish setting up agencies for disbursing EU aid to Farmers, Agricultural Reforms including raising Veterinary Standards, Make electronic Tax System compatible with EU to allow proper collection of VAT

Floreen
2006-05-17 17:01:19

Re: Romania welcomed the report as "the BEST evaluation ever received"...

La 2006-05-17 16:24:59, Oriana a scris:


Asa si.........




> EU entry hopefuls "must do more"
>
> Bbc, 17.05.2006
> The European Commission has recommended that Bulgaria and ROMANIA
> should join the EU next year as planned, BUT ONLY IF... they FULFIL
> key conditions.
> Bulgaria in particular will have to show tangible results in the fight
> against corruption and organised crime.
>
> The Report presented to the European Parliament also warns both states
> could face serious membership Restrictions and Cuts to EU Funds after
> they join.
> The final assessment on whether they can join will be delayed until
> October.
>
> In its progress reports, the commission said the countries' accession
> could STILL be postponed until January 2008 IF they did not show
> ENOUGH progress by the autumn.
>
> "The possibility of being ready in 2007 is do-able,"
> European Commission President Jose' Manuel Barroso told the
> parliament.
> " But it is for the two countries to deliver".
>
> Correspondents say the commission does NOT WANT to penalise reformist
> governments in both countries by DELAYING their entry, BUT with
> growing public unease in western Europe over further expansion, it
> has to KEEP up the PRESSURE for deeper changes.
>
> Tangible results
>
> Bulgaria has to tackle six areas of serious concern, including
> high-level corruption and organised crime. "Indictments,
> prosecution, trials, convictions and dissuasive sentences remain rare
> in the fight against high- level corruption," the report warns.
> It calls for "clear evidence of results".
>
> Romania's to-do list is shorter and more technical, with 4 POINTS
> mainly covering food safety and setting up agencies to pay EU farm
> aids.
>
> The report warns that both countries RISK losing billions of euros IF
> these agencies are NOT in place and that some FOOD exports could be
> BANNED to prevent the spread of mad cow disease.
>
> A special monitoring system could also be put in place in the first
> three years after they join if efforts to tackle corruption and
> reform the judiciary do not yield results.
>
> Such close monitoring is unprecedented in the EU and some say it could
> amount to second-class membership, the BBC's Oana Lungescu in Brussels
> says.
>
> Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn said it was the EU's "duty to
> ensure that once they join, they really meet the conditions".
> Mr Barroso and Mr Rehn were due to travel to Romania and Bulgaria this
> evening to reassure both countries and ask them to make a FINAL push.
>
> Romania welcomed the report as "the BEST evaluation ever
> received",
>
> while Bulgaria vowed to improve justice and law enforcement.
>
> BULGARIA
>
> Clear results in tackling organised crime networks, Implement laws for
> fighting fraud and corruption, Do more to prevent money laundering,
> Prevent embezzlement of aid, Complete agriculture reforms.
>
> ROMANIA:
>
> Finish setting up agencies for disbursing EU aid to Farmers,
> Agricultural Reforms including raising Veterinary Standards, Make
> electronic Tax System compatible with EU to allow proper collection
> of VAT
>
>
>

Floreen
2006-05-17 17:06:15

Re: Fii mai atenta, Rasel, la limba de lemn...

La 2006-05-17 11:48:11, Tzepelica a scris:
Putem oare s-al comparam pe Marele Vladescu cu Tanasescu? Sa fim seriosi.....
Halal Partid National Liberal.....adica, din cate stiu si eu, tocmai d'aia e liberal, sa lase societatea libera, adica vezi teoria "Statul paznic de noapte". Ceea ce PNL nu prea e.....musiu Nicolaescu impune taxe in cel mai pur stil socialist, Vladescu se crede pe mosia lu ta'su etc.....
Hai liberare de "liberali"!!!
> Chestia cu "noua etapa de dezvoltare" era doar un citat din
> articolul lui Tanasescu.
> Ai, insa, dreptate, si el a luat-o din cuvantarile lui nea Nicu.
> Mie mi-a produs o reala placere lectura din Tanasescu, pt. ca mi-a
> adus aminte de textele din ..."Scanteia"....vremuri de
> tinerete, de !
>
> La 2006-05-17 07:59:20, Raquel a scris:
>
> > " noua etapa de dezvoltare" ai furat-o din cuvantarile lui
> > nea Nicu si cred ca accesul asta de "aplaudita" ti-a ramas
> > mostenire tot de la el.
> >
> >
>
>

avarfreson
2006-05-17 17:21:24

Romania depinde de ce facem noi

Oriana
2006-05-17 17:51:02

Romania welcomed the report as "the BEST evaluation ever received"...

La 2006-05-17 17:01:19, Floreen a scris:
La 2006-05-17 16:24:59, Oriana a scris:
>
>
> Asa si... ?

dar n-ai citit tot textul ?
In ziarele ns. de azi vad ca sunt obiectii pt. ca Parlamentul roman emaneaza prea multe decrete de urgenta, obiectii la sistemul juditiar si la starea inchisorilor.

http://www.ilgiornale.it/a.pic1?ID=89813

> > ROMANIA:

Finish setting up agencies for disbursing EU aid to Farmers, Agricultural Reforms including raising Veterinary Standards, Makeelectronic Tax System compatible with EU to allow proper collection of VAT.

Asa ca, sa speram, ca doar "la speranza e' l'ultima a morire" !


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