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What the newspapers say: March 14, 2008

de Radu Rizea     HotNews.ro
Vineri, 14 martie 2008, 8:51 English | Top News

Romania will have a new political map, as the uninominal law comes into force. Parties reactivate old local barons, in order to gain the county governor seats. The rest is the same: president Basescu makes it to the US State Department for discrimination, Romania loses all chances to import cheaper natural gas from the Caspian Sea and some businesses seem to develop rapidly, with Mitsubishi and Mercedes as new names on the list of potential investors.

The European Union takes action against the global warming: EU leaders gathered in Brussels and signed an agreement on drastic limitation of CO2 emissions. A 20% decrease of emissions is scheduled to take place before 2020, compared to the level in 1990, Evenimentul Zilei reads.

Also in Evenimentul Zilei, a new institution is described - the county governor. 41 counties will have their president elected in the first round, in the new uninominal system. According to the paper, governing Liberals have little chances to win any of the seats, Democrats, Social Democrats and Hungarian Democrats leading in local personalities.

The US State Department report points at president Basescu, PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu, Foreign Minister Adrian Cioroianu and other political leaders and journalists in Romania, accusing them of ethnic discrimination, Jurnalul National informs.

In other news:

- Mitsubishi and Mercedes are in search for terrain in Romania. Mitsubishi is interested in opening a car parts factory in Campulung Muscel (Arges county), while Mercedes-Benz shows interest in 400 hectares near Sibiu. (Evenimentul Zilei)

- Russia signed an agreement with the Caspian Sea neighboring countries for the natural gas price, thus rendering obsolete the Nabucco project. Nabucco should have provided cheaper natural gas to the Western Europe, without any Russian involvement, Romania being one of the pipeline hosts. (Gandul)

- The Travel Channel show produced by Anthony Bourdain in Romania was subject to bribe and influence. The Romanian state agreed to pay for the accommodation and transport of the cuisine expert, in exchange for not having everything filmed from a gypsy caravan. (Cotidianul)




















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