Nr. 4050 de miercuri, 3 octombrie 2007
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The great higgling
What seemed to be just a cracker, fueled for years by the developed EU members, has turned into a real bomb about to explode in Rome. Romanians are perceived in Italy as the greatest criminals in Europe. Now they are what the Turks were in the German eye ten years ago... Or, if you please, they are the way we have categorized our gypsies, ever since they settled here together with their canopies, at the beginning of time. But Romanians are the gypsies of united Europe,...
Romanian criminals, mostly of Roma origin, have horrified the EU, which is why Romanian citizens are driven away from EU states.
Italy is threatening to make the law harsher and settle visas for the Romanians who want to travel there. Since 2006 until now in Italy there were arrested 76 Romanians for murder, 475 for rape, 700 for trafficking in humans and prostitution and no less than 20,000 for theft. The mayor of Rome warned Bucharest authorities that, unless they...
Parents' migration is harmful for children
One or both parents of over 170,000 Romanian children aged between 10 and 14 work abroad. There are at least 20,000 Romanian schoolchildren who headed the countries their parents work in in the last two years in order to continue their studies there. The information is part of a research released yesterday by the Soros Foundation. The figures are much larger than the ones provided by the National Authority for the Protection of Children's Rights...
Lobby for bill against government
The President of Romania Traian Basescu came out yesterday to explain Presidency's view on the fate of the Social-Democrats' bill against the government. He announced that, if the Parliament passed the bill, he would talk to the parties and appoint a PM to try to establish a majority on the nucleus made by the PNL (National Liberal Party), the PD (Democrat Party) and the PLD (Liberal Democrat Party).
The officials of both Parliament Chambers are to...
ECONOMICS - In Brief
IMF is optimistic
In 2007 and 2008 Romania's gross domestic product is going to grow with 6%. Albert Jaeger, head of the IMF mission in Romania and Bulgaria, estimated it yesterday. It is to be reminded that in the first term this year the GDP had a growth of only 5,8% and that Romania underwent severe drought last summer.
According to the initial draft on the 2008 budget, as presented by the Romanian economy minister Varujan Vosganian, the budget deficit is to reach 2,7%...
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