Arhiva pentru data 08.09.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: September 8, 2006 The tragic, the dramatic and the thrilling all found their way in today’s newspapers. The death of 12 people in a car crash yesterday, the confession of a reputed cleric on his relationship with the Communist secret police, the boldness of a woman of Romanian descent eyeing the Israeli presidency and the threat of highway robbers are all keeping the headlines today.
2.Romanian President "teaches" reform to opposition youth The reform of the Romanian public administration and the necessary changes to the country’s constitution were some of the lessons given by President Traian Basescu in an unprecedented speech to the Social Democratic Youth, the youth branch of the main opposition party in Romania, PSD. Basescu made an unexpected appearance at the summer school of the SDY on Friday to argue in favour of reforms for the whole Romanian population, beyond the usual clashes of political parties.
3.Romanian GDP up 7.8% in Q1 this year Services and construction works boosted the Romanian GDP to 136908.7 million lei in the first quarter of 2006, up 7.8% compared to the same period last year, according to data provided by the National Statistics Institute - INS.
4.Businessman Dinu Patriciu indicted officially Romanian High Court prosecutors placed businessman Dinu Patriciu, the head of the Rompetrol group, and 12 other persons under seven charges on Friday. They’re case, related to a series of deals in Lybia and the manipulation of the Bucharest capital market, is due to be judged by the Bucharest Tribunal.
5.Romania ranked 95 in world economic freedom index Romania was ranked 95 regarding the economic freedom in 2004, lagging far behind Bulgaria ranked 68, according to the Economic Freedom of the World (EFW) report released this year by the Canadian research Fraser Institute. The best positions in the Eastern Europe are taken by Estonia ranked 12 and Hungary ranked 20.
6.Emigration will not seem an opportunity following EU accession Romania’s accession to the EU will yield economic growth and better paid jobs, and emigration will no longer seem a first opportunity to take, Nikolaus vand der Pas, the director general of the DG Employment, Social Affairs, and Equal Opportunities of the European Commission, said on Friday during his visit to Romania.
7.Top chief in Romanian Army under criminal investigation The general Eugen Badalan, the top chief of the Romanian Army, was placed under criminal investigation by the National Anticorruption Department (DNA) on Friday. The DNA made the move following the accusations in the press regarding a barter contract between the Army and the tyres producer Tofan group which involved the exchange of out-of-order military vehicles with new envelopes.
8.Romanian - Chinese trades to top $3 bln The Romanian - Chinese trades are expected to top 3 bln US dollars in 2006 in the perspective of the 2.5 bln Euros value of the trades recorded in the previous year, according to the data provided in the Romania- China Business Forum organized on Friday.
9.Hackerii "trag" la institutiile publice Paginile de internet ale diferitelor publicatii si institutii publice par din ce in ce mai atractive pentru hackeri.
10.Ca urmare a unei Hotarari CJ,
Bega si Lafarge au pierdut 35 la suta din vanzari
Locuitorii din comunele Aghires si Garbau, judetul Cluj, sunt nemultumiti de faptul ca traficul greu desfasurat pe drumurile judetene din zona le distruge casele.
11.Statul lasa Protan sa puta In ciuda dovezilor oferite de BZA in cadrul unui amplu material, in legatura cu situatia de la Protan Dej, transformata intr-un focar de infectie, autoritatile publice sunt impasibile. Ministrul Agriculturii, Gheorghe Flutur, este plecat ''pe teren''.
12.Flagelul traficului de copii nu a atins Clujul Mass-media nationala si internationala a semnalat recent cazul unui jurnalist britanic, care a reusit sa intre fara probleme in centre de ingrijire din judetul Sibiu, declarandu-si o alta identitate.
13.Mazilirea securistilor din SRI Reforma in cadrul Serviciului Roman de Informatii a inceput in acest an prin schimbarea succesiva a sefilor de sectii judetene.
14.Ben&Ben a facut oferta pentru preluarea "U" Cluj Directorul general al CFM “U” SA, Alin Banceu, a declarat ca la sedinta AGA, desfasurata miercuri seara, a participat si reprezentantul unui important concern clujean care si-a aratat disponibilitatea de a investi in club si chiar de a achizitiona pachetul majoritar de actiuni.
15."Marean" Vanghelie, invitat la palinca si slanina "Am ingropat securea razboiului in pamantul lor”, ne-a declarat senatorul Vasile Dincu, dupa ce a participat la sedinta Biroului Executiv PSD Bucuresti. Impreuna cu Mircea Geoana si cu Ilie Sarbu a mers la sedinta, fapt ce a prilejuit un schimb de replici in alt registru decat cel obisnuit , data fiind animozitatea din
16.Zamfir Iorgus a devenit sponsor de ocazie al Apelor Romane Si in acest an, Primaria Municipiului Mangalia va cheltui o suma consistenta pentru a strange gunoiul si resturile ramase in urma agentilor economici care si-au desfasurat activitatea pe litoralul sudic. Alaturi de acesti bani, contribuabilii au mai „achitat“, pe timpul verii, si salubrizarea si intretinerea spatiilor verzi.
17.PSD a fost anul trecut cel mai bogat partid din Romania Situatie incredibila la PSD: desi acum cateva luni Mircea Geoana se plangea de faptul ca partidul se afla in pragul falimentului, iar zilele trecute social-democratii s-au trezit cu sechestru pe conturi, pentru o datorie de trei miliarde lei acumulata in campania electorala si neachitata pana in prezent, PSD a fost anul trecut cel mai bogat partid.
18.Cota de atentie difera de la traditie la client
Ghidul nescris al bacsisului in Europa
Orice tara isi are obiceiurile ei, spune o veche vorba populara, iar printre obiceiurile cele mai profitabile se afla si faimosul bacsis. Tocmai pentru ca nu cunoastem pe deplin traditia locurilor pe care le vizitam, putem fi acaparati de dubii si comite multe gafe.
19.Consilierul premierului, Viorel Coifan, avansat prin... restructurare Politicianul timisorean Viorel Coifan (PNL), care este consilier al primului ministru pe probleme de administratie, a fost eliberat din functie ieri, printr-un ordin semnat de Calin Popescu-Tariceanu. Cu toate acestea, se pare ca el va fi avansat, in curand, intr-un post de secretar de stat.
20.Maria Schutz - patroana pe sere penale Patroana serelor oradene "ORSER" SA, Maria Schutz, a intrat in atentia procurorilor Anticoruptie, privind modul in care a fost privatizata si ulterior administrata societatea, acestia declansand o ancheta penala pe numele femeii. Ea a fost citata, ieri, la sediul DNA pentru ca magistratii sa ii aduca la cunostinta invinuirile ce i se aduc.
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