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What the newspapers say: January 28, 2010

de A.C.
Joi, 28 ianuarie 2010, 8:14 English | Top News

Chiefs of institutions can lay off their personnel and cut salaries, a government's decision reads. Elsewhere in the news, President Basescu announced several new projects with the Republic of Moldova, during his visit to Moldova.  Last but not least, discrimination in Italy pushed a 13 year old Romanian girl to attempt to kill herself, for smelling like a Romanian.

A government's decision rules that chiefs of institutions are free to lay off personnel and cut salaries, as fit, Cotidianul reads. The emergency ordinance reads that  all institutions need to renegotiate salary rights and reorganize the number of available jobs to fit in the approved personnel scheme.

The ordinance that imposes the implementation rules of the unique salary scheme foresees that salary rights will be established by the chief of the institution. The normative act imposes institutions to give up collective work contracts and merit salaries, starting 2010.

Elsewhere in the news, Romania reunites with Moldova on rail, President Basescu announced during his first visit to Chisinau, Evenimentul Zilei reads. Basescu declared that he will not sign a treaty to redesign the borders of the two countries because Romania already acknowledged Moldova's borders.

Accompanies by half of the Boc government, Basescu came with concrete projects in Moldova, necessary to improve relations with Romania. Basescu suggested also the importance to change Moldovan railways with some that will allow connections with Romania.

Gandul reads about the story of a 13 year old Romanian girl who attempt to kill herself, as her colleagues accused her of smelling like a Romanian. Her parents told newspapers that their little girl has many friends and knows Italian at perfection.

Her mother confessed that her child complained about the attitude of her colleagues and professors alike but she said she thought it is normal, as kids always fight. The family lives in Italy for five years now.

Her father says that even some of her professors mistreat her. The little girl's case is not a singular one, either.

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