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1.What the newspapers say: July 6, 2006 Taxation was the word of the day on Wednesday with a key vote in Parliament and clashes between the two top tax officials, Romanian newspapers report on Thursday. The way Romanians see their leaders and their country is analyzed in a public opinion barometer that claims many headlines, while today’s dailies also speak of yoga guru Gregorian Bivolaru and the exodus of an “entire city” to work in Spain.
2.High incomes in first half of 2006 at Authority for State Assets Recovery The Authority for State Assets Recovery - AVAS reported incomes of 244.6 million Romanian lei from assets recovery activities in the first semester of 2006. 171.48 million of the total result from forced execution activities.
3.Finance minister Vladescu: Fiscal Code pleases business people Romanian Finance minister Sebastian Vladescu defended the changes he supported for the Fiscal Code in an interview for HotNews.ro, saying that the legislation is functional and adaptable to European demands while generally pleasing business people.
4.Logan sales rocket on many markets The total value of sales of Dacia cars rose 28.5% to 103.604 units in the first quarter of 2006 despite a 4.1% lower performance on the Romanian market, the Renault group, the owner of the Romanian brand Dacia, announced on Thursday.
5.President Basescu to visit US in late July Romanian President Traian Basescu will pay an official visit to the United States on July 26-28, at the invitation of his American counterpart George W. Bush. The visit is part of the “intensified political dialogue” between the two countries, according to a Romanian Presidency press release.
6.Profit of Romanian Lottery invested in residences, cinema and books The Romanian Lottery will contribute to the financing of new residences for youth, gym halls and the Sport Arenas. At least 60% of the Lottery’s profit is to be invested in the residential projects, according to a press release by the Romanian Government.
7.Conservative leader misled communist political militia, lawyer said The leader of the Conservative Party, junior member of the government, hold a press conference on Thursday in order to present his file put together by the former communist militia, the Securitate, and to prove that he had not been an informer. The file contained documents signed by PC leader Dan Voiculescu signed under the code name Felix.
8.Gallup poll: Over 60% of Romanians want troops pull back from Iraq About 62% of the population consider that Romania should pull back its troops from Iraq, as the country had little to gain out of the military’s presence there, according to a Gallup poll released on Thursday.23% of the interviewees want the pullback take place immediately, 23% until the end of the year, and 16% by the end of 2007. Only 27% agree with the Romanian troops operating in Iraq.
9.Placebo to perform in Romania The three member - British rock band Placebo will perform in Bucharest on August 13 at the Arenele Romane, part of the tour promotion of their latest album “The Meds”, according to the band's official site. The band opening the concert is still to be announced.
10.Liberals sanction members for different position on troops pullback The Ethical Commission of the Liberal Party reunited on Thursday to debate the initiative of withdrawing the Romanian troops from Iraq, sanctioning the Liberal members that had a different position than the rest of the party regarding this topic. The Commission gave two public warnings for the Foreign Affairs minister Razvan Ungureanu and the Finances minister Sebastian Vladescu for voting against the troops’ withdrawal within the Supreme Defence Council.
11.About 400 MEPs ask Romanian Govt to resume international adoptions Over 380 members of the European Parliament signed a petition which requests the Romanian Government to resume the international adoptions. The document was initiated by three Liberal MEPs Jean-Marie Cavada, Jacques Duquesne and Claire Gibaut and addresses the moratorium imposed in June 2001 that interrupted 1000 adoptions of Romanian orphans by European families.
12.Medicii de familie, sanctionati pentru tratamente nejustificate
Pacientii fantoma
In urma controalelor efectuate la cabinete, mai multi medici prahoveni au fost sanctionati de Casa de Asigurari de Sanatate pentru ca acestia chiuleau de la serviciu sau tratau pacienti morti de citiva ani. Altii isi justificau munca dind pacientilor, dupa prima vizita, medicamente "soc", folosite de regula doar in cazuri foarte grave.
13.Ruperea "mariajului" Grandemar - Primaria Poieni Soc pentru alesii locali din Poieni si pentru societatea Grandemar. Magistratii Curtii de Apel Cluj au decis anularea a doua articole dintr-o hotarare de Consiliu Local (CL), din martie 2005, prin care s-a renuntat la reorganizarea unei licitatii pentru concesionarea carierei de piatra Morlaca si s-a optat pentru atribuire directa societatii Grandemar.
14.Autostrada a marit de patru ori preturile terenurilor Proiectul autostrada Transilvania a facut ca preturile terenurilor din apropierea viitoarei artere Brasov - Cluj - Bors sa creasca de patru ori, a anuntat subprefectul Clujului, Calin Platon. El a subliniat ca, in afara sumelor prevazute pentru autostrada, proiectele rutiere de anvergura de pe teritoriul judetului vor beneficia de 43,7 milioane de euro.
15.Cine l-a "lucrat" pe Tise? Prefectul Alin Tise nu va pleca la New York, la sesiunea extraordinara a Organizatiei Natiunilor Unite, desi vizita era atestata de un comunicat de presa care avea atat antetul Prefecturii Cluj, cat si celelalte date de identificare folosite de catre Biroul de presa al institutiei.
16.Martor-cheie in posibila rapire a doi copii Andreea Irimia, o femeie plecata la munca in Italia, a fost ieri interogata la Parchet de un procuror si un politist din regiunea Bari in legatura cu disparitia a doi copii italieni, apartinand familiei la care fusese angajata.
17.Timisoara a devenit un imens santier finantat de UE Autoritatile timisene au anuntat ca sunt pregatite sa absoarba fondurile de milioane de euro, alocate de Uniunea Europeana dupa momentul integrarii Romaniei, acestea urmand sa fie orientate mai ales spre lucrari de infrastructura, reabilitarea cladirilor publice sau dezvoltarea unor zone industriale si turistice, in perspectiva extinderii municipiului.
18.Democratii din Medias au lasat PNL fara sediu Organizatia municipala a PNL din Medias (judetul Sibiu) a ramas, practic, fara sediu de partid in orasul de pe Tarnava Mare. In ultima sedinta a Consiliului Local, un proiect de atribuire a unui spatiu cu aceasta destinatie a fost amanat, din cauza abtinerii de la vot a unuia dintre alesii PD.
19.Jocul contestatiilor impotriva proiectului de la Rosia Montana Asociatia "Alburnus Maior" si Centrul de Resurse Juridice au depus o plangere prealabila la Consiliul Judetean Alba impotriva certificatului de urbanism emis de institutie in favoarea companiei "Rosia Montana Gold Corporation" (RMGC) pentru terenurile si imobilele aflate in cateva localitati din Apuseni.
20.Varianta defrisarilor, inlocuita cu cea a suprasaturarii solului Suprasaturarea solului cu apa este principala cauza a viiturilor produse in urma cu doua saptamani pe Valea Tiblesului (judetul Bistrita-Nasaud) si nu defrisarile. Aceste date reiese dintr-un raport preliminar al Inspectoratului de Regim Silvic si de Vanatoare Cluj (ITRSV).
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