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Lords of the rings
The political class in Romania will undergo deep changes soon, changes like never before in the country's history. It doesn't necessarily mean we are heading a cleaner and more just world. It is simply that the hierarchy will change and stay so for a long time. And the key to this is decentralization. Power will move from Bucharest to the local leaders to be elected this year. They will become the lords of the rings, for each of them will decide on the destination of...
Referendum farce in Burma
The enormous suffering of the Burmese people caused by the recent cyclone,
which has caused tens of thousands of deaths, deserves the sympathy of the entire world. But more than sympathy is needed, because the Burmese military junta's incompetence and brutal oppression are further aggravating the tragic consequences of this natural disaster.
In the midst of the cyclone's devastation, Burma's ruling generals went ahead and held a referendum on a new constitution....
Romanian tourism can't survive due to cobs
The flaws in infrastructure and agriculture are the main obstacles in the way of Romanian tourism's evolution. Sorin Ionescu, a managing partner of the Fivestar Hospitality Consulting and Management, said it during yesterday's Hospitality Forum. He argued: "We must make a choice between mass tourism and small scale tourism. But because infrastructure and agriculture, Romania is standing no chance to approach mass tourism in the next 5-6 days and...
Daring plans and nonsense plans
Traffic, public transportation and parks are the top three issues in the projects of the main candidates running in the Bucharest general mayor election: independent Sorin Oprescu, Democrat-Liberal Vasile Blaga, Liberal Ludovic Orban and Social-Democrat Cristian Diaconescu. Even if their opinions on how to make traffic in Bucharest normal differ slightly, all these candidates are taking it for priority. They have got interesting projects that make a difference,...
POLITICS - In Brief
Less than 50% of Bucharest inhabitants will go voting
The latest INSOMAR poll has it that only 46% of the Bucharest inhabitants will go voting in the local elections due next Sunday.
As for the odds of candidates running in the Bucharest general mayor elections, independent Sorin Oprescu is top of the list (32%), followed by Democrat-Liberal Vasile Blaga (29%), Liberal Ludovic Orban (13%), Social-Democrat Cristian Diaconescu (105) and Cozmin Gusa, a leader of the National...
LATEST - In Brief
US advises Moldovan Republic and Romania to sign treaty
According to David Kramer, a deputy of the US state secretary assistant for democracy and human rights, the Moldovan Republic and Romania should prove political will and sign a border treaty, the Russian press agency Novai Reghion reports.
The agency claims David Kramer told the Moldova 1 Channel, subordinate to the pro-Russia Communist officials in Chishinau, that the two states' officials had told the US that they...
LATEST - In Brief
Real estate market to collapse
According to the US Cushman & Wakefield, one of the world's most important real estate consulting company, the real estate market in Romania will collapse this year. The company released a report yesterday, proving the real estate has now reached a deadlock in Romania.
In the first term of 2008 the number of transactions was 68% smaller, meaning 119 million Euro, as compared to the same period in the previous year. The figures are very similar...
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