Arhiva pentru data 24.10.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: October 24, 2006 Romania is ready to push a palm-reading Liberal as its future representative in the European Commission. Germany is about to welcome Romania and Bulgaria in the EU, but some call for specific clauses to be applied in the process. Romania’s diplomacy goes Asia this week, while one newspaper marks the 50th anniversary of the anti-Soviet movement in Hungary with a front page story. And while revelations on shady, large scale deals continue, one Romanian woman managed to buy herself a trainstation. All in newspapers today.
2.Justice minister approves national security laws Romanian Justice minister Monica Macovei approved a package of laws on national security on Monday evening but announced they would not be approved by the Government as soon as its Wednesday regular session because they need the approval of the Supreme Defense Council-CSAT first.
3.Bulgarian media has more freedom than Romania's Romania falls 58th worldwide in terms of press freedom, according to a study the Reporters without Borders organization published on on Tuesday. Romania is in line with Poland, Hong Kong and Fiji Islands, while its southern neighbor, Bulgaria, has upped to 35th place in line with France, Australia and Mali.
4.UK, Ireland impose restrictions on Romanian, Bulgarian workers London’s Home Secretary John Reid announced on Tuesday a series of restrictions regarding the access of Romanian and Bulgarian citizens to the British labour market once the two countries join the European Union on January 1, 2007. He said that only unskilled workers will have limited access to work in Britain’s food industry and agriculture temporarily.
5.Three "dead" as military helicopter crashes in south Romania A military helicopter crashed in the reservoir of the Golesti Dam in the Arges county, south Romania on Tuesday. The Puma helicopter, with three people on board, belonged to the Defense Ministry. It crashed at 1.10 p.m. local time during a military mission. The crew were believed to have died as rescue operations were halted at night fall.
6.Antibiotice Iasi buyer to be announced by end of year The final announcement on the privatization of the Iasi-based drug maker Antibiotice will be made in early November and the last two tender participants are expected to submit their financial offers before the end of December 2006, the Authority for State Assets Recovery-AVAS announced on Tuesday.
7.Bucharest real estate market dominated by big spenders A vast majority of developers on the Bucharest real estate market have opted to focus on developing small real estate bases of up to 100 units aiming at high income buyers for the past several years. According to a new study by A1 Real Estate, a consultancy firm, none of the projects completed in the city so far aimed at the medium class.
8.BCR first Romanian bank to implement the Security and Labour Health Management System The Romanian Commercial Bank-BCR is the first Romanian bank to implement the Security and Labour Health Management System, which sets requirements that allow an organization to keep its risks under control and continuously improve its performance.
9.Conservative Party renews disputes within governing coalition The Conservative Party, a junior member of the governing coalition in Bucharest, sparked new disputes with its political partners on Tuesday as it announced it joined the opposition Social Democrats-PSD and the far-right Greater Romania Party-PRM in tabling a parliamentary motion against another junior member of the governing alliance, the Hungarian Democrats-UDMR. A coalition session discussing the issue concluded without results later today.
10.PM Tariceanu: British decision on Romania, Bulgaria workers "a bad investment" Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu said on Tuesday that the UK decision to set restrictions on Romanian unqualified workers willing to enter the British labour market was “poor” and a “bad investment” on medium and long term. He said the decision fueled fears and skepticism related to the European Union, fears that Britons had towards the EU in general and that encouraged distrust in European values.
11."Gunoaiele" SADE Ramasitele lasate de compania franceza Sade incurca viata clujenilor. In plin centru, santierele neterminate lasate in paragina au devenit in cursul ultimului an gropi de gunoi deranjante pentru trecatori si loc de reuniune pentru boschetari.
12.AMR: 0 minute! Incepind de ieri, armata obligatorie in Romania este o simpla amintire. Cronometrul afisat pe site-ul Ministerului Apararii Nationale s-a oprit ieri la ora 13. Deja la Biroul de Recrutari Cluj s-au inscris peste 140 de persoane pentru a lucra de anul viitor in structurile Armatei, dintre care 15% sint femei!
13.Casa la puscarie Doua familii de sinistrati din comuna Telega isi vor petrece iarna in cladirile administrative ale fostei inchisori Doftana. Si asta pentru ca Guvernul si-a adus aminte de alunecarile de teren de la Telega abia saptamina trecuta, cind a trimis in teritoriu materialele de constructie, si acestea insuficiente.
14.Prefectul Cosmin Covaciu, "omul invizibil" din PNL Alba Cu presedintele suspendat din functia de ministru, PNL Alba nu se afla in cea mai favorabila situatie politica din ultimii ani.
15.Salonul "Foarfeca de aur" la Gala Wella Tinerii specialisti de la salonul de coafura “Foarfeca de Aur” din Cluj-Napoca se pregatesc intens pentru Gala Wella. Evenimentul se va desfasura la sfarsitul lunii noiembrie, la Bucuresti, si va aduce in competitie hair-stylisti din toata tara.
16.Primaria Bistrita se lupta cu maidanezii Razboiul declansat de Primaria Bistrita impotriva cainilor maidanezi din oras nu a inregistrat rezultate. Si asta, deoarece patrupedele continua sa traiasca nestingherite pe strazi, dupa ce, in urma cu o saptamana, autoritatile sanitar-veterinare au impus carantina antirabica in urma depistarii unui caz de caine infestat cu acest virus.
17.MEC isi urmareste investitiile Fondurile trimise de catre Ministerul Educatiei si Cercetarii inspectoratelor scolare din tara pentru refacerea infrastructurii din scoli nu au fost cheltuite de unele judete din tara, astfel incat banii ar putea fi reportati la buget.
18.Oradea ramane in santier pana la primavara Printre santierele care vor ramane deschise, directorul Directiei Tehnice din cadrul Primariei Oradea, Dumitru Fildan, a enumerat N. Sova, Simion Stefan, Agricultorilor si Beiusului. Ca urmare, reprezentantii municipalitatii sustin ca nu vor aproba deschiderea unor noi santiere pana la finalizarea proiectelor aflate in lucru.
19.Turism transfrontalier pe bicicleta - o gaselnita a oficialitatilor din Timis Consiliul Judetean Timis doreste implementarea unui proiect pentru realizarea unei piste de cicloturism in zona de cooperare transfrontaliera cu Ungaria si Serbia, in speranta ca va contribui, printre altele, la dezvoltarea micului trafic si a schimburilor economice pe bicicleta.
20.Cresterea in sondaje a lui Emil Boc, un trend Cel mai recent sondaj de opinie realizat de Insomar il plaseaza pe Emil Boc, presedintele PD, pe locul cinci in ceea ce priveste increderea pe care i-o acorda electoratul. Acesta se afla pe locul cinci, alaturi de Mircea Geoana, presedintele PSD, cu 34 de procente.
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