What the newspapers say (September 22, 2008)
According to the paper, the doctrines of various parties have the smallest importance for Romanian voters, most of whom (59%) do not see themselves as other rightist or leftist and 71% of whom see no relevance in the political doctrine of the future government, as "what is important is that they do their job".
Meanwhile, Cotidianul reports that a possible closure of the Baneasa Airport just north of Bucharest would be of much help for a key real estate investor, Puiu Popoviciu, from whom PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu has rented land for his own Citroen showroom in Baneasa.
Elsewhere in the news, Gandul quotes a British paper that says business people in the UK would regret the possible departure of Romanian skilled workers from Britain, as Romanian authorities plan measures to have them return home. That comes two years after the British tabloid media pursued a major campaign against Romanian migrants.