Nr. 3849 de miercuri, 7 februarie 2007
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The Russian approach to the reshaping of the world
Moscow is no longer sending its Cossacks on horseback, its vodka freak foot soldiers or T-34 hoards to invade Western Europe. Not even the intercontinental missiles are any longer interesting to Kremlin strategists. The red button in the nuclear suitcase has lost much of its significance. Were I in Putin's shoes, I would make an army general out of the worker who rules the gaspipe or the oil one, in case this worker isn't a colonel already....
Focus on energy!
-- The President of Romania Traian Basescu attended yesterday's meeting on the 2006 activity of the DNA (National Anti-Corruption Department). While there the President mentioned the no checks on electricity sale contracts, still classified in ministries. The head of state pointed to 'the smart guys', but he gave no name.
Still ZIUA unveiled that 'the smartest guy' had been in the very Cotroceni Palace: ex presidency adviser Theodor Stolojan, a best friend of the President's....
'Spies' complicate Cotroceni scenario
-- Instead of disclosing the mystery shrouding the two Romanians arrested in Iraq three months ago by the US military forces, their release is now raising even more questions about Romanian authorities' action during crisis and the presence of the two workers in Iraq. The interview of Nelu Ilie and Adrian Ganceanu for the Romanian Public News Radio Post can cast doubt on the date of the release and on their identity too, if we consider the two Romanians'...
Referendum to please Social-Democrats
-- Yesterday the Liberals voted together with the Conservatives, the Social Democrats, the members of the PRM ("Greater Romania" Party) and the UDMR (Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania) for the simplification of means to dismiss the President of Romania.
Given the project deputies passed yesterday, President Traian Basescu may be dismissed by referendum if there is "simple" (half plus one voters) majority in favor of the idea. Only the representatives...
POLITICS - In Brief
Tariceanu: Changes concern the next President
The politics President Traian Basescu has been pursuing in the last two years is aimed at destroying the Alliance and making preparations for the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) to get power. This is the opinion expressed yesterday by the Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu.
The PM commented that Liberal parliamentarians' vote for changing the referendum law didn't concern the present head of state, as the modifications to be operated...
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SRI chief met with Mossad chief
After his visit to the US, where he had talked to CIA and FBI officials, the SRI (Romanian Intelligence Service) chief George Maior reached Jerusalem, where he had been invited by Mossad Commander Meir Dagan and Shabak head Yuval Diskin.
Although arranged to take place in Jerusalem, his meeting with Dagan took place in Tel Aviv, as Jerusalem was troubled with Palestinian problems caused by Israeli authorities' archeological digging close the...
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Journalists Braia and Ivanciuc collaborated with ex Securitate
The CNSAS (National Council for Research on the Communist Secret Service Archive) decided yesterday that journalists Doru Braia (employed by National TV Channel) and Cornel Ivanciuc (formerly working for Academia Catavencu) had collaborated with the ex Securitate (Communist Secret Service in Romania). The CNSAS also reached verdict that journalist Bogdan Chireac (working for Gandul daily) had been no such collaborator...
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