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What the newspapers say : September 19, 2007

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Miercuri, 19 septembrie 2007, 0:00


The news about the criminal file about to be opened against two ministers covers most of the front pages of newspapers on Wednesday. But other parallel stories seem to get some boost, with a mysterious head of the Opposition becoming once again confident in the success of his motion to bring down the Government.

The ordinances aiming at restructuring the government were rejected on Wednesday by the Senate, with 62 votes against and only 12 in favor, all 12 from the governing Liberals, Evenimentul Zilei reads.

In the Opposition, Social Democrats seem to near an understanding with the Democrats, former allies of the Liberals, now withdrawn from the Government. Head of the Social Democrat Party Mircea Geoana was expecting a call to meet other politicians for negotiations re-opening.
According to Gandul, the Democrat executive president, Adriean Videanu and the secretary general, Vasile Blaga, were supposed to meet Mircea Geoana last night, in order to discuss the possibility to support the Social Democrat motion to bring down the government.

Some good news come from the business area. Only one week after Ford took over the Automobile Craiova car producer, the UK ambassador in Bucharest, Robin Barnett, visited the city of Craiova along with a group of potential investors, who promised to return soon.
Local officials are confident that the Ford investment will act like a magnet for further investments in the area, Evenimenul Zilei reads.




















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