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1.What the newspapers say: October 4, 2006 Romanian newspapers on Wednesday are worried about intensified gang violence involving Romanians in Italy, which sparked rude comments in the country’s media yesterday. They also note the difficulties of some business empires built from scratch in the nineties’ Romania and tackle an unsuspected possible presidential pick for the Romanian commissioner in Brussels as the tense relationship between the presidency and the government gets more troublesome.
2.Portugal encourages immigration, Ireland wants limits Portuguese officials and Irish experts delivered differing opinions on what the two countries should do with immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria, once these Eastern European states join the EU next year. While Portugal pushes for a balanced approach and suggests the EU to adopt a single policy on immigration, social researchers in Ireland say a pause is needed in the wave of migrants from new member states.
3.Romanian worker "kidnapped" in Nigeria Nigerian officials have announced that five workers, including one Romanian, were kidnapped from an oil rig in the south of the country on Tuesday night, BBC reports. Three workers are British and another is Indonesian.
4.Future Romanian EU commissioner to represent current governing alliance Romanian President Traian Basescu said on Wednesday that no party from outside the governing coalition could hope to have a nominee for the seat Romania is due to receive in the European Commission, after the country joins the EU next year.
5.Parliament approves new intelligence chiefs President Traian Basescu’s nominees for the top jobs in Romania’s main intelligence services received Parliament approval on Wednesday. George Maior, who is due to head the Romanian Intelligence Service-SRI, received 285 votes in favour and 123 against, while Claudiu Saftoiu received 294 votes in favour and 114 against.
6.Italian newspaper publishes Romanian reaction to "abusive" article Italian newspaper Il Tempo published on Wednesday an open letter sent by the Romanian Ambassador to Rome in reaction to an article published on Tuesday, which indiscriminately calls Romanians “a gang of criminals” involved in prostitution, acts of violence and trafficking.
7.Romanian airline Tarom to cut prices Romanian airline company Tarom will cut its prices by half starting next week, it was announced today. Transport minister Radu Berceanu explained for HotNews.ro that the move was necessary because Tarom services are outdated and the company may fail to keep up with the competition after the country joins the EU in January next year.
8.France ratifies Romania, Bulgaria accession treaty The French Senate unanimously approved the accession Treaty of Romania and Bulgaria to the European Union on Tuesday, October 3. France thus becomes the 22nd EU member state to ratify the document, leaving Germany, Belgium and Denmark as the last countries to do so.
9.Study: Romania's IT services market reached 200 mln USD in 2005 The Romanian IT services market reached a total value of 199,7 million USD dollars last year, up 19% compared to 2004, according to a new study quoted by Siveco Romania. The study shows the Romanian market is still dominated by basic services such as hardware support and installation and integration.
10.Primaria Barlad face concurenta romilor la groapa de gunoi Groapa de gunoi a orasului vasluian Barlad va fi una dintre cele mai bine pazite „institutii” din oras. Angajatii Politiei comunitare vor fi trimisi sa pazeasca gunoaiele de romii care cauta materiale refolosibile printre reziduuri.
11.Carabulea, Vuza si Renault vor sa ia Tractorul Brasov pe bucati Compania Tractorul Brasov va fi vanduta pe bucati, a confirmat conducerea AVAS. Numai ca nu vor fi trei module, asa cum era planificat initial, ci cinci.
12.De 15 ori mai inceti decat tara Consiliul Judetean Sibiu reabiliteaza drumurile judetene de 15 ori mai incet decat media restului consiliilor judetene din Romania.
13.Prinsi la droguri Politistii sibieni au prins, marti, in timpul unei razii, doi studenti care aveau asupra lor peste sapte kilograme de cannabis.
14.Sibiu - Bucuresti in 90 de minute Daca Planul de amenajare a teritoriului national (PATN) va fi pus in aplicare drumul sibienilor pana la Bucuresti va putea fi parcurs in aproximati v 90 de minute.
15.„Combinat” de uniforma Un sibian de 25 de ani a incercat luni seara sa sara de la etajul 3 al blocului in care locuieste mama lui, dupa o cearta cu aceasta.
16.Case asigurate pe banii Statului Sibienii cu o situatie sociala dificila vor beneficia de subventionarea partiala sau totala a primei pentru asigurarea obligatorie a locuintelor. Valoarea primei anuale se va situa intre 10 euro si 20 de euro, in functie de materialele utilizate si de tipul structurii unitatii locative.
17.Dan Grunca, campion national Sibianul a terminat al doilea etapa de la Pitesti, la clasa 1.600 cmc, si nu mai poate fi ajuns in clasamentul general inaintea ultimei runde, programate la Sibiui
18.Hartuire sexuala la Judecatoria Viseu Un judecator din Viseu a actionat-o in judecata pe una din grefierele Judecatoriei din Viseu, dupa ce aceasta a refuzat sa accepte propunerile sale de a avea o relatie amoroasa.
19.Abuzurile SRL-ului Viseu, sucursala Leordina Institutiile publice locale din zona Viseu sunt conduse de persoane dispuse la orice fel de compromisuri pentru atingerea propriilor scopuri. Primariile emit acte false, dupa care refuza punerea in posesie a adevaratilor proprietari, judecatorii iau de bune falsurile si dau sentinte aiurea, iar procurorii constata falsurile, insa nu le considera infractiuni
20.Maior scindeaza PSD Numirea unui membru al grupului de la Cluj la sefia SRI ar putea insemna inceputul sfarsitului pentru social-democratia de tip Iliescu - Oprescu - Vanghelie
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