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What the newspapers say: February 28, 2008

de A.C.
Joi, 28 februarie 2008, 9:17 English | Press Review

The judicial system in Romania faces serious financial troubles, one newspaper reads on Thursday. Also in the news today, the opposition Social Democrats leaders living illegally in protocol houses provided by authorities when they were in power are finally forced to move out. Last but not least, former football coach Anghel Iordanescu enters the political stage with an astonishing fortune.

Romania's judicial system is deadlocked in many parts of the country due to a serious financial crisis in the sector, Gandul reads. As the troubles deepen, courts do not have the necessary money to post subpoenas in order to fulfill legal procedures required.

Thus, judges are forced to postpone trials and citizens are called in for nothing. Those who present themselves in the courts encounter the same problem: a lack of procedure caused by the court's impossibility to post subpoenas.

The newspaper reads that Justice Ministry officials refused to give any information on this issue. Not even the current Interim Justice Minister Teodor Melescanu could be found for explanations.

More in the news, Social Democrats (PSD) leaders are forced to move out from the protocol houses they currently occupy, the same Gandul reads. The government adopted yesterday a decision in this regard, that is affecting important opposition leaders.

The leader of the main opposition party, Mircea Geoana of the PSD, is affected by the Government's decision. However, he declared that he held a rent contract which stipulated that he was compelled to move when he finds a new place to stay.

There are several other high profile PSD officials in the same situation as Geoana. PSD Senator Serban Mihailescu, facing a similar situation, declares that he would even sue the government.

Last but not least, Evenimentul Zilei reads about former Romanian football coach, Anghel Iordanescu who recently became a Social Democrat (PSD) Senator for Ilfov county. The newspaper reads about his astonishing fortune, amounting to some 55 million euro.

Iordanescu reveals his smart investments made over the years which brought him an immense wealth. If the uninominal voting system will be finally adopted, it is wealthy people like Iordanescu who will afford to invest in a political campaign, the newspaper claims.

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