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1.What the newspapers say: July 5, 2006 The son of Communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, Valentin, claims compensations for the use of his father’s image in a mobile telephony ad, while a recent case of collaboration with Ceausescu’s political police is reopened. President Basescu may receive yet another invitation to the White House after his push not to withdraw Romanian troops from the White House, when the government still faces trouble because of PM’s request to bring the troops back. All in Romanian newspapers today.
2.Deputies approve Fiscal Code changes despite threats The draft legislation for changes to the Fiscal Code was approved on Wednesday after a junior political group of the governing coalition reviewed its threat to vote against the law. It was voted with 92 votes in favor and 82 against as the Hungarian Democrats - UDMR dropped their decision to dismiss the vote today because the governing alliance did not suppor another law, on the status of national minorities.
3.Ovidiu Tender stays in arrest Romanian businessman Ovidiu Tender will stay behind bars despite the Bucharest Tribunal admitted on Wednesdtay a request to annul the preventive arrest warrant on his name on Wednesday. The court’s decision is not final and will be appealed against by prosecutors who placed Tender under organized crime charges.
4.ECB warning: excessive crediting may lead to bankruptcies Massive demand for credits in foreign currency by natural persons and companies may have a negative effect on economies in countries due to join the European Union, a European Central Bank report shows. The countries facing risks in this regard include Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Turkey, as the report warns such a credit boom usually leads to a series of bankruptcies.
5.Romanian president chaired Govt meeting The Romanian president Traian Basescu took part to the Government’s meeting on Wednesday, just several days after the argument against some Liberal ministers regarding the withdrawal of the Romanian troops from Iraq. The head of state put forward for analysis the urgent problems and a series of drawbacks that the Romanian authorities must tackle in the perspective of the accession to EU.
6.Holland ratifies Romania, Bulgaria’s EU accession treaty Holland concluded the ratification process of Romania and Bulgaria’s EU Accession Treaty, which started on February 7 when the Lower Chamber of the Dutch Parliament endorsed the accord. The ratification came into effect on Wednesday, after the Queen signed the accord on Tuesday, according to the Sofia press agency Novinite.com.
7.Romanians not very keen on coffee A Romanian consumes less than 2 kilos of coffee per year, ranking among the last in Europe, while in countries like Finland, Germany, and Austria the average coffee consume per citizen is of about 11.94 kilos, 7.4 kilos and 7.6 kilos, respectively, higher than the European average consume of 5 kilos/person.
8.Central Bank forced to intervene on real estate sector The National Bank of Romania is compelled to intervene on the real estate market because of the instability of this sector, Adrian Vasilescu, councilor of the BNR governor, said in a workshop organized by the magazine “Banii nostri”.
9.Romanians trust press, but not journalists' professionalism The mass-media ranks 3 in the Romanians’ confidence top, after the Church and the Army, but there is a lot of reticence regarding the professionalism of the journalists, the Open Society Foundation’s opinion barometer reveals.
10.Bolnavii irecuperabili de la Galda de Jos - "insanatositi" printr-o decizie a consilierilor judeteni *Printr-un artificiu birocratic banii ingrijitorilor umplu buzunarele sefilor de la Directia Generala de Asistenta Sociala
11."La Parlamentul European nu s-a inflamat nimeni la auzul propunerii de retragere a trupelor romanesti din Irak" In randul oficialilor europeni de la Strasbourg, propunerea liberala de retragere a trupelor romanesti din Irak nu a fost tratata in termeni apocaliptici si gravi, ca cei ai unor oficiali romani, ne-a declarat deputatul PNL de Alba, Tiberiu Barbuletiu, euro-observator la Parlamentul European.
12.Meditatorii ii protejeaza pe cei meditati, cred liceenii din Zalau Aproape 60 la suta din elevii chestionati intr-un sondaj de opinie realizat recent in liceele din Zalau considera ca meditatiile particulare nu sunt necesare pentru majoritatea elevilor pentru ca scoala ar trebui sa asigure nivelul normal de cunostinte si ca ele nu ar trebui folosite de profesori ca un mijloc prin care sa isi rotunjeasca veniturile.
13.O noua mineriada in Valea Jiului ? Sindicatele miniere afiliate Centralei Nationale Miniere (CNM) conduse de Marin Condescu, liderul minerilor din Oltenia, au anuntat declansarea unei ample manifestari de protest in Valea Jiului. Potrivit liderilor minerilor, protestul va consta intr-un mars prin centrul municipiului Petrosani, la care se estimeaza ca vor lua parte circa 5000 de mineri.
14.Dascalii ameninta CJ Mures cu executarea silita Conducerea Sindicatului din Invatamant "Spiru Haret" Mures suspecteaza administratia judeteana ca blocheaza banii dascalilor care au castigat procesele cu Ministerul Educatiei pentru o serie de diferente salariale aferente anilor 2001-2005.
15.Consiliul Local Deva a pus ochii pe Termocentrala Mintia Pe ordinea de zi a Consiliului Local Deva se afla un proiect de hotarare prin care alesii trebuie sa aprobe preluarea de catre municipalitate a firmei "Electrocentrale Deva" SA, mai precis a Termocentralei Mintia.
16.Revolta romaneasca pe o plantatie de capsuni din Germania Aproape 60 de romani aflati la cules de capsuni in Germania au decis sa se intoarca acasa din cauza conditiilor infernale de munca: pana la 14 ore de stat in camp in orice conditii (ploaie sau soare), hrana insuficienta si de proasta calitate, precum si plata in functie de un barem stabilit de germani, pe care numai cativa il puteau atinge.
17.Mame cu ghiozdan in Caras-Severin Numarul copiilor care aduc pe lume copii a crescut alarmant in ultimii ani in Romania. Conform ultimelor date ale Institutului National de Statistica, la nivel national, in anul 2005 s-au nascut peste 20.000 de bebelusi, ai caror mame erau minore. Acestea fie au ramas insarcinate accidental, fie sunt deja maritate neoficial.
18.Inchiderea magazinelor duty-free saraceste bugetele primariilor Marea majoritate a magazinelor de tip duty-free din punctele de trecere a granitei din judetul Arad si-au epuizat stocurile de marfa dupa ce Guvernul a adoptat o Ordonanta de Urgenta care reglementeaza functionarea acestui gen de comert.
19.Fosta conducere a CFR Marfa a fost "garata" in instanta Opt persoane, intre care trei functionari cu atributii de conducere si control din cadrul Societatii Nationale Feroviare (SNF) de Transport Marfa Timisoara, au fost trimise in judecata pentru fapte de coruptie, dupa ce procurorii DNA au finalizat ancheta, demarata inca de acum doi ani, in acest dosar complex, care insumeaza nu mai putin de 97 de volume.
20.Executare silita in contul salariilor la Loteria Romana O fosta angajata a Loteriei Romane din Targu-Mures nu reuseste sa-si recupereze drepturile salariale, in valoare de aproape 100 de milioane lei vechi, desi a castigat doua procese cu institutia, dupa ce fosta conducere a incercat sa o scoata din sistem nelegal. Consiliata de CNSLR "Fratia", Rosaura Mesesi a decis sa ceara executarea silita a Loteriei.
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