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1.What the newspapers say: May 19, 2006 Romanian newspapers on Friday focus on the latest events in the bird flu crisis that has spread across the country with about a dozen human suspects – all tested negative in preliminary investigations. A chronology of President Basescu’s fight with hernia leads to surprising revelations. One newspapers reports on the death of two infants at the hand of their foster mothers. And the coming of the “Da Vinci Code” movie to Bucharest screens is hailed with considerable skepticism among Romanian critics.
2.Former Justice minister wins pension case The Bucharest Appeals Court decided in favor of former Justice minister Rodica Stanoiu, of the opposition Social Democratic Party, on Friday in a case filed by the Justice Ministry over her pension as a magistrate.
3.Influential politician's company in illegal GM soy crop business One of the main environmental institutions in Romania has found a company controlled by influential politician Dan Voiculescu planted GM soy on fields close to a biodiversity area in Southern Romania, in breach with existing national legislation, it was announced today. Voiculescu’s Grivco company received a 35,000 RON fine and was urged to destroy the crop before the end of May.
4.EU experts, Romanian authorities discuss agriculture 'red flags' A reunion of the 1st Romania-EU Association Sub-committee on Agriculture hosted talks on Thursday on measures Romania should take to guarantee the next evaluation of the European Commission on the country's preparation to join the Union in 2007 would be a positive one, according to the Romanian EU Integration Ministry.
5.Romania to receive 30 bln euro from EU, to contribute 8 bln to common budget Romania will receive non-reimbursable funds of over 30 billion euro from the Brussels once it joins the European Union and will contribute some 8 billion euro to the EU budget, according to a press release of the EU Integration Ministry in Bucharest.
6.Romanian President fights bird flu from hospital room Romanian President Traian Basescu is spending his time in hospital meeting with state and intelligence officials over the ongoing bird flu crisis in the country. He’s been meeting the Agriculture and Interior ministers as well as the head of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) at the Elias Hospital in Bucharest, where he undergoes a post-op recovery program following a surgical intervention for hernia last week.
7.Investigation regarding Romanian deputy PM rules suspension The National Anti-corruption Department (DNA) has concluded the investigation involving Romanian deputy PM George Copos charged with embezzlement that created a 1,1 bln Euros dent to the state’s budget. The results recommend Copos be tried, action that will trigger the suspension of his vice- premier post.
8.Opposition Greater Romania Party not to file motion against Government The leader of the Greater Romania Party (PRM) Corneliu Vadim Tudor announced his party would no longer sign the motion against the Government initiated by the opposition Social Democratic Party, following the social democrats’ refusal to join forces on a longer term basis. Tudor also refused to file a motion that would topple the current Government and bring Theodor Stolojan to the helm of a new government.
9.Rompetrol Downstream predicts 37% turnover growth Rompetrol Downstream, the retail division of the oil Group Rompetrol, anticipates a turnover of 685 million USD, up 37 percent compared to the previous year, a company’s press release shows.
10.Tribunal decision shows levy unjustified for businessman Gigi Becali On Friday, the Bucharest Tribunal rejected the appeal by the National Authority for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) against a court’s decision that ruled the lift of the levy on Romanian businessman Gigi Becali’s possessions. The Tribunal found the levy unjustified and decided ineradicably against the appeal.
11.Draft Fiscal Code concluded The Romanian Finance Ministry concluded the draft Fiscal Code that would be endorsed next week by the Government and will be subjected to debate within the Parliament until July 1. The law is to be implemented starting January 1, 2007.
12.Bird flu virus confirmed in Bucharest Lab tests confirmed on Saturday the presence of the bird flu virus in two areas of the Bucharest Districts 2 and 4. Authorities have ordered a first degree quarantine in the affected areas and the points of entry or exit there are blocked.
13.Former German President considers Romania's EU entry "scandalous" Roman Herzog, the former German president (1994-1999), considers Romania and Bulgaria’s accession to the EU in 2007 “scandalous” and a “farce”, and blames the EU leniency towards the two countries for the negative vote of the French and the Dutch cast against the EU constitution, according to the Sofia News Agency.
14.Batjocoritii Cartierului Unirii De mai mult timp locatarii strazii Iosif Hodos din cartierul Unirii ne-au reclamat o serie de probleme de care se izbesc zilnic, in zona strazii pe care locuiesc, dar si in vecinatate. E adevarat ca pana sa ajunga la noi au incercat solutionarea lor la serviciile abilitate. Dar usile inchise in nas si aroganta celor care ar trebui sa ii ajute le-a provocat..
15.O noua pista de curse la Reghin Ultimul concurs contand pentru Campionatul National de Motocros a avut loc recent la Reghin, pe pista din apropierea Padurii Rotunde. Pentru Humi Racing Team, organizatorul cursei, urmeaza sarcina dificila a omologarii noului teren care se va construi in locul celei utilizate acum
16.Mini-spital sub cosmarul inchiderii E boala saraciei. O boala distructiva, cronica, decompensata fara medicatie. Sunt 19 barbati internati la Sectia de Pneumoftiziologie din satul bihorean Gheghie. O unitate care urmeaza sa fie inchisa, pentru ca nu se justifica mentinerea ei.
17.Proces de 3,7 miliarde lei pentru modernizarea Stadionului "Cetate" din Alba Iulia Efectuarea unor lucrari de modernizare a stadionului "Cetate" din Alba Iulia, in urma cu trei ani, face in prezent obiectul unui conflict financiar intre o firma privata, aflata in faliment, si Primaria municipiului.
18.Vestigii arheologice din secolul al XVIII-lea, sub liniile de tramvai Arheologii Muzeului Banatului au reusit sa opreasca lucrarile de modernizare a liniei de tramvai din centrul istoric al Timisoarei, dupa ce sapaturile au scos la iveala vestigii din sec. XVIII-lea. Descoperirea a starnit o adevarata disputa intre institutiile locale, in conditiile in care lamele buldozerelor au distrus o parte importanta din vechea cetate.
19.Of-urile si framantarile politicii aradene La implinirea a aproape doi ani de la alegerile din 2004, nu se poate spune ca partidele politice care formeaza coalitia de guvernare si liderii lor au batut pasul pe loc in judetul Arad.Capul de afis al ultimelor luni l-a tinut, de departe, filiala PNL, motivul disputelor constituindu-l fotoliul de presedinte.
20.Conservatorii - gata sa rupa protocolul in Bistrita-Nasaud Liderii PC Bistrita-Nasaud vor analiza, vineri, in cadrul Biroului Permanent Judetean al formatiunii politice, oportunitatea renuntarii la protocolul de colaborare la nivelul judetului cu celelalte partide care compun coalitia guvernamentala.
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