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What the newspapers say: August 17, 2007

Vineri, 17 august 2007, 0:00

Not much happens on the political stage during the summer, but this week seems to be an exception. After the main Opposition party, Social Democrats (PSD) threatened to submit a censure motion before September 10, governing Liberals claim that the fall of the cabinet would cause delays in the pensions' growth.

The head of the Social Democrats, Mircea Geoana, announced firmly on Thursday his intention to become prime minister. In his opinion, since PSD holds one third of the Parliamentarian seats, he would be the natural choice after the PSD censure motion causes the fall of the Liberal cabinet. Evenimentul Zilei reads.

Geoana also argues that early elections are not a choice, since further discussions must be held on the uninominal vote system. But Geoana's plans are not well seen by the Democrat president, Traian Basescu. A presidential counselor, Cristian Preda, declared for BBC that Geoana's chances to lead the Government are minimum, same Evenimentul Zilei informs.

On the other hand, Liberals try to explain that the fall of the Government would delay the pensions' growth, Gandul reads, since the budget law for 2008 would be approved much later.

Bad news for the rest of Romanians: all main products - bread, meat, vegetables, fruits (fresh or preserved) - will see prices growing some 40% in October the latest, because of the drought, Gandul informs.

And even more expensive is the terrain in Bucharest. Industrial platforms which covered, at some point, one fifth of the Capital's surface, are now sold for demolition and as construction terrain, with prices starting at 700 euros and growing to 2,000 euros per square meter, Romania Libera informs on the new real estate opportunities.

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