Arhiva pentru data 13.10.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: October 13, 2006 Romanian politicians “abuse” their official standings in person and in group. Romania has its own space odyssey and is represented in world culture by Ceausescu, but fails to have its writers nominated for Nobel. The Dutch “regret” accepting Romania into the EU, while the Integration Ministry in Bucharest calls for sponsors for a media campaign in the West, before accession. All in today’s newspaper.
2.President defends decentralization as means for progress Romanian President Traian Basescu defended a fast decentralization of administration, education and health services in a fast manner as a means to bring the state closer to the needs of Romanian citizens as the country is about to join the European Union. He urged the government to move quickly in this regard, as what he as a president could do was only to push for change to happen.
3.Deputies butcher law on new wealth checking body Members of the House Judicial Commission have concluded talks on the National Agency for Integrity-ANI, a body aimed at supervising the wealth and potential abuses or activity incompatibility of Romanian officials. When talks ended, little was left of the new legislation as it was tabled in Parliament, as ANI was turned into a simple official body with little say in what it was supposed to do.
4.Bucharest National Stadium to be rebuilt The “Lia Manoliu” National Stadium in Bucharest, once the pride of Romanian sports that has turned into pretty much a ruin over the past decade, will be demolished and then rebuilt, the General Council of Bucharest has decided. It announced it would invest some 500 million RON in the project and that the construction of another stadium to be used in athletic competitions was planned.
5.Government approves 2007 budget The Romanian government approved the 2007 state budget on Friday - the first budget for Romania as a EU member state. Thus, the budget also includes the obligations the country as as a EU member and is based on forecasts that Romania will report a 6.4% economic growth, a 2.4% average salary growth and a budget deficit of 2.8% of the GDP next year.
6.Ten banks interested to provide consulting services for Romanian Mail privatization The Romanian IT&C Ministry is trying for a second time to chose a consultant for the privatization of the Romanian Mail National Company (CNPR), after a first move in this regard led to only one offer. This time, ten companies submitted letters of interest by the October 12 deadline, it was announced.
7.Reporter: ex-hostage "sentenced to death" in Iraq Mohamad Munaf, a businessman who had been kidnapped with three Romanian journalists in a major terrorism scandal last year, was “sentenced to death” by an Iraqi tribunal, according to the head of a Romanian newspaper.
8.US soldiers beat two Romanians, cannot be investigated Two US soldiers have beaten the owner of a bar and a friend of his in Bistrita, Northern Romania. Both victims needed hospital care, but an official investigation could not be launched against the two attackers.
9.FT: Tight competition for Romania EC seat Financial Times reports that Romanian Justice minister Monica Macovei should be taken into consideration as a potential future representative for Romania in the European Commission once the country joins the EU. According to the newspaper, Macovei is considered for the seat along with her fellow EU Integration minister Anca Boagiu, despite many Romanian officials suggested lately that she’d better stay and take care of the Justice reform back home.
10.Sfarsitul lohn-ului la Botosani: Investitie de 100.000 de euro intr-o fabrica noua de confectii Revolutie in industria textila botosaneana. Un italian a investit peste 100.000 de euro intr-o fabrica de confectii din Botosani care va produce in nume propriu, in afara sistemului lohn. Este pentru prima data in ultimii 16 ani cand la Botosani se demareaza o astfel de productie, pana acum toate marile fabrici s-au dezvoltat in sistem lohn.
11.Specialistii IT ramin la Cluj! In perioada 1996-2001, sute de absolventi clujeni specializati pe domeniul IT cautau orice ocazie de a pleca sa lucreze in strainatate. „Boom“-ul plecarilor a fost atins in 2000, spun cei care lucreaza in domeniu de peste 10 ani si care au vazut cum s-a miscat piata.
12.Liber la infractiuni! Un hot prins in flagrant in timp ce spargea un apartament din Ploiesti a fost eliberat, ieri, din cauza grevei avocatilor. Baroul Prahova a refuzat sa delege un avocat pentru a acorda asistenta juridica infractorului, iar politistii au fost obligati sa deschida usile arestului.
13.Hotline 984 De la aparitia serviciului „Telefonul Primarului 984“ si pina in prezent, clujenii s-au inghesuit care mai de care sa reclame diferite probleme, mai mult sau mai putin existente. De la radiatii din pereti si pina la „doua tinere goale care ma agreseaza fizic si sexual“, cei care raspund la linia fierbinte din Primarie spun ca le-au
14.Traficanti de droguri prinsi in Bihor O retea de traficanti de droguri, formata din tineri oradeni cu varste cuprinse intre 18 si 25 de ani, care actiona pe relatia Spania - Romania, a fost anihilata de politistii din cadrul Brigazii de Combatere a Criminalitatii Organizate (BCCO) Oradea si procurorii Directiei de Investigare a Infractiunilor de Crima Organizata si Terorism.
15.Scandal financiar in jurul Congresului Spiritualitatii Romanesti de la Alba Iulia Organizatorii Congresului Spiritualitatii Romanesti, care se tine, de cativa ani, la Alba Iulia, in preajma Zilei Nationale, au lansat acuzatii dure la adresa Prefecturii, institutie care a incercat sa obtina pe cont propriu finantarea de la Guvern pentru eveniment.
16.Profesor contestat de elevi la un liceu din Caransebes Liceul Teoretic "Traian Doda" din Caransebes este una dintre unitatile scolare cele mai cunoscute din judetul Caras-Severin. Datorita renumelui castigat in timp, elevii opteaza an de an pentru aceasta unitate de invatamant care se mandreste cu rezultate de exceptie obtinute la concursurile organizate la nivel local si national.
17.Adio Saralex Grup! SC Saralex Grup SRL nu mai are activitate pe raza judetului Cluj. Inspectorii Oficiului Judetean pentru Protectia Consumatorului Cluj au reusit sa inchida cele doua case de schimb valutar din Cluj-Napoca care apartin firmei Saralex Grup. Mai multi clujeni au fost “tepuiti” de patronul Alexandru Podgorean cu sume de pana la 1.000 de euro pe tranza
18.PSD nu se aliaza cu PD Recent, presa a vehiculat ideea conform careia presedintele Basescu doreste sa creeze un mega-partid popular, care sa includa PD, PC, o parte din PNL, UDMR si PSD. A fost vehiculat si numele lui Theodor Stolojan sau al ministrului Vasile Blaga, pentru functia de prim-ministru, in perspectiva unei noi configuratii guvernamentale.
19.Autopsia unei morti suspecte Una dintre persoanele care au sesizat o serie de nereguli de care se faceau vinovate autoritatile clujene a fost Cornel Szabo, membru in Asociatia Impotriva Abuzurilor Cluj. Se pare ca acest lucru i-a deranjat pe unii “capi” clujeni, pentru ca Szabo a fost gasit mort la sfarsitul lunii septembrie.
20.Parada de politicieni la "Zilele municipiului Oradea" Depunerile de coroane prilejuite de "Zilele municipiului Oradea" au fost un bun prilej pentru alesii si politicienii bihoreni de a-si mai face putina imagine .
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