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1.Media Reacts in Secret Leaks Scandal A Romanian journalist taken into preventive custody for ten days in a case related to military information leaks won the appeal against the General Prosecutor’s Office and was freed Saturday after two days of prison. Another journalist has been placed under investigation in the same case.
2.What the newspapers say: February 20, 2006 Theoretically, Romania is run these days by a political alliance between the Democrats and the Liberals. But true power stands in the hands of an alliance of interests, as recent events have proven, newspapers agree. Again on Monday, their main interest stays in various acts of corruption, while one paper brings and alternative to the idea of "free money".
3.Bird flu puts first Romanian township under quarantine Authorities confirmed the presence of the H5N1 virus in samples taken from the townships of Tuzla and Navodari on Sunday. Checks have been placed on access roads to and fro Tuzla, as the town could not be put under quarantine as it is situated on a national traffic route to Bulgaria. Parts of Navodari, however, are now quarantined as teams of experts seek to slaughter all the local fowl.
4.Parliamentary parties support DNA ordinance The leaders of Romanian parliamentary groups assured President Traian Basescu on Monday of their support for a governmental ordinance establishing a National Anti-Corruption Department. The assurances come more than a week after the Senate rejected the ordinance in a vote that produced extreme criticism about the strength of the governing coalition.
5.Anti-graft search of former PM’s neighbors Anti-corruption prosecutors started searching a building on the Zambaccian St. in Bucharest where former PM Adrian Nastase lives with his wife and son. The head prosecutor of the National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA) Daniel Morar explained that the search aimed three other apartments in the same building as "there was no search mandate approved for Nastase yet".
6.Ex-PM’s wife and current minister face anti-graft hearing The National Anticorruption Department (DNA) provided a rough start of the week with hearings on two "big fish" cases today. Dana Nastase, ex-PM Adrian Nastase’s wife, and current deputy prime minister George Copos were grilled by prosecutors in two different cases first thing in the morning.
7.Israeli fund invests 40 mln. euro in Constanta Mall An Israeli investment fund has started construction works at a mall in the Romanian Black Sea port of Constanta, according to Israeli newspaper Globes. The total value of the Poalim Real Estate investment amounts to over 40 million euro, while the works are due to finish in 2007.
8.Parliament to decide about Ex- PM’s house search The Permanent Bureau of the House of Deputies, which had previously decided to reject the search of the former PM’s house, agreed Monday to leave this decision to the Parliament, following a renewed request from the Justice minister, Monica Macovei.
9.Fiscal policy remain focal point of Romania’s macroeconomic strategy Romania needs to make progress in deflation, reducing the current account deficit, improving business environment, creating new jobs and ensuring the suitable framework for EU funds, writes the annual report of the International Monetary Fund published Monday.
10.PM vs. President in Swiss agreement matter Romanian Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu considers that president Traian Basescu has made some inaccurate statements when referring to a recently annulled Swiss-Romanian agreement that allowed a Swiss company in the energy field to directly contract public works valued at more than 1.2 billion euros.
11.How to win or lose hundred million dollars in Washington Cornel Popa, the Defense lawyer representing Romanian Government against the American company Noble Venture in a three years trial at the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes – ICSID, explained how this institution works in an interview for Hotnews.ro si EurActiv.ro.
12.How to win or lose hundred million dollars in Washington Cornel Popa, the Defense lawyer representing Romanian Government against the American company Noble Venture in a three years trial at the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes – ICSID, explained how this institution works in an interview for Hotnews.ro si EurActiv.ro.
13.Taxa pe prostie In Romania prospera o noua afacere smechereasca: intermedierea de proiecte scolare. Institutiile de invatamant bihorene sunt racolate de o firma clujeana care le promite marea cu sare. Intermediatorii de proiecte vand promisiuni pe bani frumosi.
14.Politist acuzat de trafic de masini Un politist de la Investigarea Fraudelor este acuzat de "tepuirea" unei oradence. Inspectorul principal Ioan Marian si-a lasat pe drumuri fostul partener de trafic cu masini. Actele de camatarie poarta stampila notarilor Florian Pana si Ilie Dragoiu
15.Scoli pazite cu pulanul Primaria Oradea a elaborat un proiect de regulament pentru siguranta in scoli, care va intra in vigoare din vara. Autoritatile locale sunt in alerta de gradul zero in urma turbulentelor din perimetrul scolar din Romania
16.PPCD ar putea avea sase reprezentanti in Parlament Biroul National de Conducere al PPCD, intrunit sambata la Timisoara, a aprobat un protocol de principiu privind comasarea cu Uniunea Crestin-Sociala, formatiune politica ce a intrat in Parlament pe listele PRM.
17.Democratii si conservatorii se lupta pentru "ramasitele" electoratului PUNR Partidul Democrat si Partidul Conservator se lupta in Transilvania nu doar pentru "inghitirea" ultimelor ramasite ale PUNR, ci si pentru atragerea electoratului nationalist-moderat, care nu se regaseste in discursul politic al PRM.
18.Liberalii au cerut excluderea din partid a deputatului Calimente O parte dintre membrii prezenti la sedinta Delegatiei Permanente a PNL Arad au cerut excluderea din partid a deputatului Mihai Calimente, dupa ce acesta a contestat alegerile pentru desemnarea presedintelui organizatiei judetene.
19.Funar critica graba in demararea proiectului de la Rosia Montana Senatorul PRM de Cluj, Gheorghe Funar, a criticat, sambata, la Alba Iulia, o ordonanta de urgenta adoptata de Guvern la sfarsitul anului 2005, care, in opinia lui, ar "grabi" demararea investitiei in exploatarea aurului de la Rosia Montana, din Muntii Apuseni.
20.Zece clujeni de nota 10 Gala premiilor "Clujeni de nota 10", evenimentul mult asteptat, care s-a desfasurat in premiera la Cluj-Napoca, dupa modelul aceleiasi manifestari la nivel national, s-a consumat intr-o atmosfera placuta la sfarsitul saptamanii trecute.
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