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Doctored BBC Reports Did Not Convince Brits Either

The recent BBC2 Newsnight story about a Romanian living in a tent in Hyde Park, central London, carried little credibility for the British people too. When the evening drops over Hyde Park, thousands of people pass...

Romanians at Cambridge

They thought it was eccentric to apply for Cambridge and, now, one can see them walking naturally on the streets of the British village to the research labs. Forty Romanian young men that really ran up against science...

Political fight not over when polls were closed

ION CRISTOIU - June 21 2004 Not even now, at the end of the second round of voting, is one to know for sure which political party won the local elections. The Social Democrat Party says it won, pointing out the...

The Social Democrat Party Works Hard To Its Own Dismantling

ION CRISTOIU - June 28 2004 The political parties making the Alliance - the Democrat Party (DP) and the National Liberal Party (NLP) - did away with their state of euphoria following the results in the local...

The Internet Writers

ANDREI PLESU - July 1 2004 He who reads the electronic mail of the newspapers that allow everyone to read it discovers an original universe that would have been hard to imagine two decades ago. At the end of...

Boorish Thinking

DORIN TUDORAN - July 2 2004 After each election closes, commentaries are either very interesting or very boring. Some of them simply put you to sleep; some comments surprise you with their forward thinking,...

The Mihailesti Mark on the Local Elections Results

ION CRISTOIU - July 5 2004 The tragedy at Mihailesti (TR. NOTE: 18 people died in a road accident following the explosion of a truck loaded with fertilizers ignited by leaked fuel from the truck fuel-tank and th...

Money Made With Brain Power

BUSINESS - jULY 7 2004 The Internet is a good place to start your business if you have entrepreneurial spirit and are skilled in web-design. ADRIAN MIHAI Three young men started a business at the beginning of...

The Parties Fight for the Immigrants’ Votes

POLITICS August 12 2004 Though they left the country, the Romanians from abroad still have the right to vote, which makes them attractive for the parties. In this electoral season, the politicians want to regain...

"Iliescu’s Comeback is Absolutely Normal"

POLITICS August 27th 2004 Today’s extraordinary Congress of the [ruling] Social Democrat Party (SDP) will have as main line of business nominating PM Adrian Nastase its candidate for the...

Shock Documentary about Romania

OBSERVER 6th 2004 They live on the streets and in the subway of Bucharest. Abandoned, orphans or simply fugitives from home, they got to the end of their sufferance and despair. This is who the Franco-German...

"Now, Do You See the Beacon, Ambassador?"

OBSERVER - September 16th 2004 Fifteen anglers in Chilia Veche have tried on Tuesday afternoon to move one of the Ukrainian beacons anchored in the Romanian bank. Under the surveillance of a Ukrainian military...

On the Other Side of the Romanian Border

SPECIAL - September 18th 2004 The Ukrainians don’t just give up. On Thursday night, they came with military ships near Chilia Veche and tried to anchor some extra beacons in the Romanian shore of...

Nine Weeks Ahead of the Elections, Nastase Leads in the Polls

POLITICS - September 29th 2004 The political alliance of the Social Democrat Party and the Romanian Humanist Party on the one hand and the one of the National Liberal Party and the Democrat Party on the other hand...

Unbearably Easy

By EMIL HUREZEANU Monday evening. Seven o’clock. News bulletins begin on all television channels with the report on the dead girl, as if we would be all cast in a seemingly endless English movie,...

To Buy a Car on Lease or With a Loan?

ECONOMICS - October 21st 2004 When buying a car most Romanians would take credit or use the leasing option, a study performed by Gallup Romania found. Almost half of the respondents would go for a long term...

Traian Basescu Is the New Romanian President

NEWS FLASH / FINAL RESULTS - December 14th 2004 Basescu is the winner of the second round of the presidential elections, obtaining 51.23% of the votes (with 5,125,794 of the votes respectively), while Adrian N...

The Media Is the Media Enemy

December 17th 2004 I was certain that no one could harm Romania worse than its politicians could. I was wrong. This year the media people outdid the politicians in that regard. The much loathed politicians have...

Chaos at Evenimentul

OBSERVER - December 28th 2004 Evenimentul Zilei is the scene of a major conflict after the Ringier trust, the paper’s owner, decided to dismiss the editor-in-chief Dan Turturica. Most of the members of...

The Political Fight for the Prefectures Flares Up

POLITICS - January 5th 2004 The nomination of the new Prefects seems to be a tough issue for the Government. Arad follows Covasna. It is the second district where the Prefect function is being disputed by the...
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