Arhiva pentru data 27.06.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: June 27, 2006 Most Romanian newspapers today focus on the impact of a series of major events in the world economy over the national business environment. The reform of the nationally dominant Orthodox Church raises a series of issues in today’s dailies, which also report the first victim of extreme heat in the city of Iasi.
2.Terror suspect arrested in Western Romania A Romanian was retained by intelligence workers near the town of Buzias in Western Romania under suspicion that he was preparing a terrorist act on Monday night. The Appeal Court Timisoara issued an arrest warrant on his name for 29 days. According to prosecutors quoted in the Romanian media today, the man, originating from the city of Lugoj in the region of Timis, was arrested as he was going to Timisoara, where he planned to blow up a car in the crowded city center with a mobile-operated remote control.
3.Heat wave strikes Romania hard Weather services have announced two days of extreme heat across most of Romania today and tomorrow as temperatures will be 8 degrees Celsius above the average for the period. Maximum shadow temperatures this week may reach 35-36 degrees and will exceed 80 degrees at night.
4.French Assembly debates Romania EU accession treaty The National Assembly, the lower chamber of the French Parliament, debates on Tuesday the accession treaty of Romania and Bulgaria to the EU. Romanian EU Integration minister Anca Boagiu attends the debate, which takes place in the last lap of the current parliamentary session in France.
5.Official: Savings House grows steadily The Romanian Savings House (CEC) has been growing steadily after a period of going backwards fast, CEC president Eugen Radulescu said at a conference on Tuesday. According to Radulescu, while CEC was seventh among Romanian banks with a 4.4% share of total banking assets in the country by December 31, 2005, It has now grown to the fifth place and it is eyeing a top 3 position.
6.Low-cost air company offers free tickets on expansion to ROU Wizz Air, the biggest low cost airlines company in Central and Eastern Europ, is to expand activity to Romania by launching eight new flight routes from three airports starting January 2007. On this occasion, the company offers 10 000 tickets at 0 lei on all routes, a first on the Romanian market.
7.29 bird flu hotbeds left in Romania The authority fighting the avian flue announced that 29 bird flu hotbeds are still to be extinguished in the counties of Brasov, Bacau, Buzau, Prahova, Arges, Ilfov, Ialomita, Giurgiu and Harghita, following the closing down of 14 hotbeds in the counties of Neamt, Mures, Alba, Iasi and Prahova.
8.Senate's Judicial Commission endorses BCR privatization The Judicial Commission of Romanian Senate endorsed the privatization law of Romanian Commercial Bank (BCR) on Tuesday afternoon, after it had previously postponed the vote in the morning for next week. The vote unfolded in the absence of the opposition members, on grounds of time saving as the law is sill to be discussed in the plenary by the joint houses of the Parliament, according to the chairman of the JC Peter Ekstein Kovacs.
9.National Bank tightens loans policy The Board of the National Bank of Romania (BNR) reunited on Tuesday and decided to raise the monetary policy rate to 8.75 percent/year from 8.5 percent in order to reduce inflation by tightening the banking loan monetary policy.
10.Banks competition to increase on SMEs sector The banks competition will intensify on the small and medium enterprises sector in the light of the approaching accession to the EU, according to the president of the Romanian Banks Association Radu Ghetea. The statement comes within the conference "Banking on Romania" organized in Bucharest by the British daily Financial Times and The Banker magazine.
11.House of Deputies approves Cinema law The Government will be able to privatize the cinema theatres and the land and other buildings that belong to them, following the endorsement of the draft law by the House of Deputies on Tuesday. The opposition Greater Romania and Social Democratic parties contested the privatization method of the cinemas, but the Liberal deputy Raluca Turcan stated for Hotnews.ro that the privatization process will be carried out via the Authority for State Assets Recovery.
12.Petre Roman si larga majoritate: 5 pensionari “In acest moment, o larga majoritate a romanilor recunosc polul de stanga si o buna parte din ei il aproba”, sustinea la microfonul reporterilor Petre Roman, iar numarul numarul pensionarilor din sala - 5 persoane - demonstrau clar cat de larga este acea majoritate a romanilor din Deva, la care facea referire.
13.Adio, Sever Muresan! Consiliul Judetean Hunedoara “a rupt” contractul cu firma coordonata de controversatul om de afaceri Sever Muresan, despre care generalul Ion Pitulescu a spus ca l-a cunoscut doar cand a trebuit sa-l aresteze. Temerile au fost intemeiate. Directorul Sever Muresan nu si-a onorat promisiunile.
14.Viitura din Aiud a distrus o biblioteca etalon Vineri, 23 iunie a.c., o rupere de nori a provocat o viitura ce a avut efecte de-a dreptul catastrofale la Aiud
15.Injuraturi de primar: "Taratura!" "Taratura" sau "intrigant de ultima speta" sunt cuvintele folosite de primarul Cisnadiei, Johann Krech, pentru a se adresa in sedinta Consiliul Local unui cetatean al Sibiului. Unii dintre consilierii locali au urlat si ei - „esti un papagal”.
16.Prefectul "mascota" Prefectul Corneliu Popescu pare a avea mai degraba un rol decorativ la conducerea judetului. Aproape de fiecare data cind localitatile prahovene au nevoie de sprijinul sau, reprezentantul guvernului se ascunde in birou. In schimb, el este mereu prezent la aniversari si festivaluri unde protocolul este asigurat de organizatori.
17.Descoperiti in calea apelor Avertizarile meteorologilor privind producerea de inundatii provoaca ingrijorare printre specialistii Inspectoratului pentru Situatii de Urgenta Prahova, care se confrunta cu multe lipsuri in ceea ce priveste dotarea tehnica.
18.Scandal la Mina Sarmasag Directorul general al Minei Sarmasag, Teodor Ardelean, demis de ministrul Codrut Seres. Viorel Stanca ameninta ca va da in judecata ministerul condus de Codrut Seres. Salariatii unitatii au oprit ieri dimineata lucrul protestand pentru decizia de disponibilizare a inca 70 de angajati, ceea ce va insemna ca firma va ramane cu putin peste 30 de salariati.
19.Petru Dan si Liviu Moica fredoneaza refrenul neputintei Parchetul de pe langa Curtea de Apel Targu Mures ocupa ultimul loc intre parchetele de acelasi rang din tara, dupa numarul de dosare solutionate l In primul trimestru, procurorii din cadrul Parchetului CA au solutionat 135 de dosare l Liviu Moica, un procuror ajuns in pragul pensionarii, se razboieste cu jurnalistii de la ZIARUL in loc sa solutioneze...
20.Energomur a binecuvantat repartitoarele Dupa ce si-au impodobit apartamentul cu tot felul de ceasuri si repartitoare, peste 2.500 de familii targumuresene acuza societatile prestatoare de astfel de servicii ca le-au tras… tepe * Lasate de capul lor, firmele care se ocupa cu montatul repartitoarelor isi pemit sa insereze in contract clauze abuzive
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