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Thursday, February 9, 2012

No Schengen Space for Romania, Why? Pila

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Why Romania Will Not get Into the Schengen Space: de ce nu va intra Romania in Spatiul Schengen: Corputia, Mita,nepotismul, Pila si Cumetrismul

Posted on 2012/02/09 by olgalazin

Chiar asa a decazut nivelul invatamintului Romanesc? Un poodle ministru al invatamintului? e drept?

Anii in care mi-am luat eu Masteratul la UBB in Cluj, eram mandrii cu totii de profesorii nostri, de Decan, si academia era in floare. iar acum, Basescu numeste o nulitate absoluta ca si Ministru al Invatamintului

Dragii mei, protestati, nu lasati ca aceasta sa se intimple! Lumea intreaga , in special Uniunea Europeana este cu ochii pe voi!

Sa analizam acest caz de coruptie in dominou: Calin Baba, cate carti a publicat acest lector? Aici in USA un lector trebuie sa aiba publicatii serioase (carti, articole, in reviste de specialitate, dar mai ales carti). Nici una! Proprii lui elevi l-au categorisit in RATEMYPROFESSOR ca fiind de fapt un sub-mediocru, citez. Este cu mult dedesubtul clasamentului unei ierarhii academice din Vest: daca era poate un profesor, titular, da, cu merite deosebite, poliglot, cunoscut pe baza de merit, atunci am zice da, merita. Dar nu un simplu lector, obscur, fara publicatii, nici macar suficienta experienta in predare, care este sub radar pentru nepotism, pupin-curism, si coruptie. Nu! O nulitate.
Pupa-n-curist



Pup-in-Curistul Baba

Acest “numit” lector universitar (reader aici in USA) este pe nicaieri, ca Vida Gheza, cum se zice la noi in Maramures! Base a mai adaugat un porc la troaca; sug totii tzitza FMI (Fondului Monetar International), de aceea le mai trebuie inca 5 miliarde de Euro, ca sa-si subsidieze risipirile de bani pe calatorii, etc. Dar Americanii vor fi prosti daca vor mai da imprumuturi Romaniei, la astfel de lipitori sadea; niste nulitati cu limba de lemn.

Evantaiul de coruptii, tipuri si subtipuri le cunoasteti: uite aici postez un articol publicat de Financial Times, un ziar serios, despre cauzele din care Romania nu va fi primita in zona Schengen, pentru cel putin 10 ani:

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/2ca19dca-526c-11e1-a155-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz1lrwmNTfF

February 8, 2012 10:10 pm

Bulgaria and Romania warned on graft

By Stanley Pignal in Brussels

Bulgaria and Romania must take further action to combat corruption and reform their judiciary, a European Commission report released on Wednesday said, making it unlikely that either country will accede to the passport-free Schengen area in the immediate future.

The European Union’s executive arm acknowledged progress made by both governments in meeting EU standards since its last audit in July. But Bulgaria in particular was criticised for doing too little to ensure the rule of law, protect EU funds and combat organised crime.

The so-called Co-operation and Verification Mechanism was agreed as part of the countries’ accession to the EU in 2007. They track Sofia’s and Bucharest’s follow-up on commitments made to the EU in the years preceding accession.

The reports are closely watched, because they have become a proxy of their readiness to join the Schengen zone.

The Netherlands has so far vetoed the duo’s accession to the border-free area, saying that it wants to see two consecutive positive reports from the Commission before dropping its opposition.

Ben Knapen, its Europe minister, said: “Progress is visible in both countries, especially in Romania. It is a step forward, but more needs to be done.”

But the Commission’s report falls well short of the unambiguous all-clear that would help to reverse The Hague’s tough stance, which the coalition government of Mark Rutte has upheld to placate its parliamentary allies on the far right.

Some 26 of 27 EU member states and the Commission now publicly support Bulgaria’s and Romania’s accession, leaving Mr Rutte having to fend off increasingly irate allies of the spurned duo at European summits.

“From our point of view, both countries meet the criteria to be Schengen members,” said a representative of the Commission, which has positively assessed Romania’s and Bulgaria’s border policing.

Officials in both Bucharest and Sofia said they welcomed the report’s acknowledgment of recent progress, and vowed to study its findings.

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February 8, 2012 10:10 pm

Bulgaria and Romania warned on graft

By Stanley Pignal in Brussels

Bulgaria and Romania must take further action to combat corruption and reform their judiciary, a European Commission report released on Wednesday said, making it unlikely that either country will accede to the passport-free Schengen area in the immediate future.

The European Union’s executive arm acknowledged progress made by both governments in meeting EU standards since its last audit in July. But Bulgaria in particular was criticised for doing too little to ensure the rule of law, protect EU funds and combat organised crime.

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The so-called Co-operation and Verification Mechanism was agreed as part of the countries’ accession to the EU in 2007. They track Sofia’s and Bucharest’s follow-up on commitments made to the EU in the years preceding accession.

The reports are closely watched, because they have become a proxy of their readiness to join the Schengen zone.

The Netherlands has so far vetoed the duo’s accession to the border-free area, saying that it wants to see two consecutive positive reports from the Commission before dropping its opposition.

Ben Knapen, its Europe minister, said: “Progress is visible in both countries, especially in Romania. It is a step forward, but more needs to be done.”

But the Commission’s report falls well short of the unambiguous all-clear that would help to reverse The Hague’s tough stance, which the coalition government of Mark Rutte has upheld to placate its parliamentary allies on the far right.

Some 26 of 27 EU member states and the Commission now publicly support Bulgaria’s and Romania’s accession, leaving Mr Rutte having to fend off increasingly irate allies of the spurned duo at European summits.

“From our point of view, both countries meet the criteria to be Schengen members,” said a representative of the Commission, which has positively assessed Romania’s and Bulgaria’s border policing.

Officials in both Bucharest and Sofia said they welcomed the report’s acknowledgment of recent progress, and vowed to study its findings.




http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/2ca19dca-526c-11e1-a155-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1lrn7q9lu

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