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1.What the newspapers say: April 17, 2006 Rising Danube flooded tens of hectares of land and produced major damages in 12 counties in Southern Romania, newspapers report unanimously, some of them pointing to a possible failure by local authority to have prevented the flooding of several townships. The way ministers understand to place cronies and family members in key positions at state enterprises is also tackled. And one newspaper reports how a woman who underwent a surgical intervention managed to leave one hour without blood.
2.Swollen Danube wreaks havoc in Romania Swollen Danube waters continued to wreak havoc in Southern Romania over the weekend as they placed 12 counties under high alert, flooded over 500 households and forced the evacuation of some 600 people. The Danube water level is rising still from the point of entry on Romanian territory down to the city of Calarasi and authorities expect them to further rise by 25-35 centimeters on Monday.
3.Meyer Named to Romanian Court of Arbitration Mark A. Meyer, Esq., has been named to the panel of the Romanian Court of International Commercial Arbitration in Bucharest. Established in 1953 by the Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania, the Court settles international and domestic commercial disputes. Mr Meyer is also a member of the Panel of International Arbitrators of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution SM (ICDR), the international division of the American Arbitration Association.
4.Danube river still on rampage The swollen Danube continued to produce major damage in South Romania on Monday as the most serious situation was reported in Calarasi, where the barge connecting the Romanian city of Chiciu to the Bulgarian Silistra was seriously damaged. A hotel complex in the area, Podul 4, and some 40 cars were also covered by waters after a dam on the Danube channel of Borcea collapsed.
5.Romania’s security strategy endorsed The Supreme Defense Council approved on Monday the six laws that made up the national strategy, for which the Romanian president Traian Basescu took full responsibility. Four of the six laws are to be uploaded on the Presidency website, while two are still kept classified.
6.President Basescu attacks PM Tariceanu again Romanian President Traian Basescu renewed his attacks on PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu on Sunday saying in a TV talk-show that he lost his trust in the head of the government because their objectives are no longer common and team they used to form was breaking.
7.More and more tourists miss flights because of Bucharest road traffic The infernal road traffic between the Romanian capital Bucharest and its international airport Henri Coanda has been producing major problems for tourists and travellers as many are missing their flights, according to representatives of tourism agency.
8.British consultant for Proprietatea Fund The British company Cordea Savills won the bid for strategic consultancy to manage the Proprietatea Fund. The decision was taken on Monday, one week later than previously established, due to extra explanations requested by the bidders. The Fund was established in 2005 in order to provide restitution to the victims of the abusive confiscations of their homes and properties by the Communist authorities after 1945.
9.Democrats change minds regarding VAT cut The Democratic Party members changed their minds regarding the VAT cut they previously endorsed in the Senate last week, based on the revelation that the tax reduction from 19 to 9 percent would lessen the revenues to the state’s budget. The Democratic leaders said that a change would be operated on the current draft law in order to benefit both the population and the producers.
10.Rompetrol Group announces new management board Rompetrol Group announced the management transfer from a two- levels- headship to a management board of four members to meet every month. The meetings of the management board are to be attended by the TRG manager Dinu Patriciu, former chairman of the company. Patriciu said that this management structure was part of the company’s reformation.
11.Se reia ancheta in cazul Mitrea - Aviatia Militara Sectia penala a instantei supreme a dispus, luni, sa trimita la Parchet dosarul in care Societatea Comerciala Aviatia Utilitara, a facut plangere impotriva fostului ministru al Transporturilor Miron Mitrea, intr-un caz privind un schimb de terenuri. Aceasta decizie poate fi atacata cu recurs.
12.Atentionare meteo: de miercuri, ploi in toata tara Toate Prefecturile din intreaga tara au primit din partea Ministerului Mediului, o noua atentionare meteorologica. Astfel, incepand de miercuri, 19 aprilie si pana joi, 20 aprilie, va ploua in toata tara, incepand din sud-vest.
13.Procesul lui Saddam, din nou amanat Procesul in care este judecat Saddam Hussein, impreuna cu alti 7 lideri ai fostului regim irakian a fost amanat pentru 19 aprilie. Aceasta decizie a fost luata luni de judecatori pe motiv ca expertii insarcinati cu autentificarea semnaturilor acuzatilor, mai au nevoie de timp.
14.Cumetrii si coterii de ministri in firme de stat Criteriile dupa care ministrii isi numesc reprezentantii in fruntea companiilor de stat sint rareori cunoscute si deseori surprinzatoare. Ministrul Economiei a pus-o pe vedeta tv Mona Nicolici in Consiliul de Administratie la Santierul Naval Mangalia si i-a dat sarcina sa vegheze achizitiile coreenilor majoritari. Si-a numit consiliera vicepresedinte la aceeasi firma, iar pe viitorul socru l-a desemnat drept cenzor.
15.Asigurarea fortata, taxata dublu 20 de euro/an pentru a asigura o casa de 20.000 de euro reprezinta pina la dublul a ce se plateste in prezent pentru aceeasi locuinta. Aceasta pentru ca, in mod normal, la o locuinta cu valoarea de 20.000 de euro prima este de 10-18 euro. In plus, o polita facultativa cuprinde mai multe riscuri asigurate.
16.Politicienii, "niste frustrati, pusi doar pe cotcodaceala publica" „Niste frustrati, pusi doar pe cotcodaceala publica permanenta si care nu inteleg ca treaba lor e sa dea Romaniei legile necesare integrarii, ca sa nu mai trebuiasca sa guvernam prin ordonante de urgenta!" – asta sunt parlamentarii nostri, in ochii ministresei Anca Boagiu.
17.C.T. Popescu – jurnalistul cel mai credibil din Romania Un sondaj realizat de Grupul de Studii Sociale 2000, in perioada 6-13 aprilie 2006, pe un esantion de 1091 subiecti, arata ca 29,2% dintre romani considera ca „jurnalistul – analistul in care pot avea cea mai mare incredere" este Cristian Tudor Popescu.
18.Directorii Loteriei vor sa puna mana pe "masina de bani" Liliana Ghervasuc, presedintele Consiliului de Administratie si director general al Loteriei Nationale, a dezvaluit numele unuia din cei care au incercat sa impuna ideea externalizarii retelei de vanzari a companiei.
19.Ipoteca inversa, sprijin la batranete Pentru varstnicii carora nu le ajunge pensia, in Occident sau America de Nord exista posibilitatea unui venit suplimentar din ratele pe care o banca le plateste pentru casa sa. Este vorba de asa numita "ipoteca inversa".
20.Dunarea face ravagii in sudul tarii In 12 judete, Dunarea a provocat pagube insemnate, fiind inundate zeci de mii de hectare, scrie Adevarul. Mai multe localitati puteau fi salvate din calea inundatiilor daca ministrii Mediului si Administratiei luau in seama propunerile prefectilor, scrie Cotidianul. Pana acum nu s-a inregistrat nicio victima, dar sute de persoane au fost evacuate deja, de buna voie sau fortat, scrie EVZ. Astazi este ziua cea mare, cand se asteapta ca viitura sa ajunga la maximul ei, scrie Jurnalul National.
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