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What the newspapers say: March 13, 2008

de A.C.     HotNews.ro
Joi, 13 martie 2008, 8:59 English | Press Review

All newspapers read on their electronic editions on Thursday about the final victory of Romania's proclaimed Pavarotti, Costel Busuioc in a Spanish television contest. More in the news, local Romanian protection and information services purchase equipments under the excuse of an emergency situation created by the imminent NATO Summit. Last but not least, Bucharest District 6 mayor Marian Vanghelie appeals to the votes of highly controversial yoga people.

Gandul reads about Romania's proclaimed Pavarotti, Costel Busuioc who has won all stages of the Spanish show Hijos de Babel and which managed to win the final edition of the show last night. The newspaper reads about Costel's neighbors back in Romania who have gathered in the local cultural institution to watch his performance.

The newspaper reads about his supporters back in Romania who watched with interest as Costel won the final stage of the show. Moreover, his wife and children could not miss the show and watched with emotion  and hope every phase of the contest.

Evenimentul Zilei reads that Costel's success has assured him a contract with record company Sony BMG which is expected to change his life course significantly.

Elsewhere in the news, Gandul reads that Romania's secret service and protection services have purchased several technical equipments without public tender under the excuse of being pressured by the urgency of the imminent approach of the NATO Summit due to be hosted by Bucharest this spring.

However, the newspaper reads that authorities know about the Summit for two years now, and thus this acquisition without a tender is not justified. According to the announcements made online, the main motivation is the NATO Summit in Bucharest on April 2-4 and the need to protect the heads of state present there.

Thus, Romania's Intelligence Service, the Telecom Authority and the Protection and Security Service have purchased technical equipments from an obscure company. When prompted company representatives argue that they cannot make public the terms of the contract nor give details about the technical equipments bought.

Last but not least, Cotidianul publishes a letter sent by Bucharest District 6 Social Democratic (PDS) Marian Vanghelie to the highly criticized and controversial yoga movement MISA. The newspaper reads that the letter attempts to gain the votes of the group which attracts thousands of members.

When prompted about the letter, Vanghelie said that there are many Social Democrats (PSD) members of MISA and the letter is meant to reassure the 'mutual respect' and 'devotion' of the PSD towards MISA. 

At their turn, MISA members declared they would prefer that the Social Democrats admitted their attack against their leader, Bivolaru who left Romania years ago in an attempt to escape the public disapproval against various obscure MISA practices. Bivolaru was accused of having sexual relations with a  minor, a MISA member.
























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