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1.What the newspapers say: October 25, 2006 Romanian newspapers on Wednesday focus on delivering objective views on a British decision to restrict the access of Romanian and Bulgarian workers to the UK market once the two countries join the EU next year. They’re also struck with awe at President Basescu’s visit to India, and at his lack of knowledge about the lost wonders of the world. A new “manual” to work with the National Anti-corruption Department is received with interest, while in Northern Ireland new regulations are noted as they’re “inspired” by Romanians there.
2.Reuters: Justice minister to become Romania's EU commissioner Rumors and anonymous statements on who will represent Romania in the European Commission intensified this week as the country waits for an official announcement in this regard from EC President Jose Manuel Barroso. While sources in the Romanian government have told Hotnews.ro that Liberal MP Varujan Vosganian will receive the job, Reuters quotes sources in Brussels according to which Romania’s Justice minister Monica Macovei will be nominated eventually.
3.Helicopter pilot found dead Rescue teams found on Wednesday morning the dead body of the pilot of the military helicopter that crashed in a dam reservoir in southern Romania yesterday. Pilot Adrian Marinescu, 44, had an experience of 2,400 flight hours on Puma helicopters and has been the commander of the Kabul International Airport for three months.
4.Romania GMOs stay unchecked despite EU warning Romania has no body to supervise the use of genetically modified products in the food industry. Despite EC has mentioned the issue in its latest monitoring report on the country before it joins the EU in January next year, 2006 is the last year when GM crops are allowed and Romania and the country still doesn’t have a EU-level certified laboratory to identify food products containing GMOs.
5.Romania current account deficit reached 5,92 bln euro in January-August 2006 Romania’s current account deficit grew 51% to 5,92 billion euro in the first eight months of 2006, compared to the same period last year, mainly because of a higher trade deficit, the National Bank-BNR has announced. It also said Romania’s medium and long term foreign debt reached 25,8 billion euro.
6.Defence Minister Atanasiu resigns on Army Day Romania’s suspended Defence minister Teodor Atanasiu announced his resignation as the country celebrates the Army Day on Wednesday. He said in a press statement that “the wisest gives in” and that his move was aimed at ending a crisis that has hit the Defence ministry over the past several months.
7.Germany presses for activation of safeguard clauses on Romania, Bulgaria A day after Britain and Ireland announced officially that they would limit the access of Romanian and Bulgarian workers on their market once the two countries join the EU next year, the four most important parties in the German Bundestag “are set” to call for the activation of safeguard clauses on the two East European countries from the very first day of their EU membership, according to German media quoted by EUObserver.com.
8.Senator Vosganian officially nominated for EU commissioner seat Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu announced on Wednesday that he nominated Liberal Senator Varujan Vosganian to take over Romania’s seat in the European Commission once the country joins the European Union. The news came shortly after the Reuters press agency had quoted Brussels sources according to whom Romania’s commissioner would be Justice minister Monica Macovei - a piece of information later proved to be unfounded.
9.Government approves national security laws The Romanian Government approved on Wednesday a legislative package on national security and forwarded it to the Supreme Defense Council for approval, PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu has announced.
10.MPs take investment money to boost education salaries Romanian MPs voted an amendment on Wednesday that boosts teachers’ salaries by 22% instead of the 18% set by the 2007 draft budget. The supplementary funds - some 420 million RON - will be sucked away from the funds reserved for investments. The only official to oppose the move was Finance minister Sebastian Vladescu.
11.Fata in fata Tot mai multe manifestari culturale din Cluj au pe afis ca sponsor sau partener principal compania Gabriel Resources, controversata datorita intentiei de a exploata zacamintul de aur de la Rosia Montana.
12."Echinox" contra UBB Intitulat "Manifest pentru reinnoirea structurala a Facultatii de Litere si reconsiderarea problemelor interne ale Universitatii «Babes-Bolyai» (UBB)“, ultimul numar al revistei „Echinox“ a aruncat in aer mediul universitar clujean, aducind grave acuze modului de functionare a institutiei.
13.O prahoveanca a stat 10 ani in puscarie pentru o crima pe care nu a comis-o 1369 de euro pentru fiecare zi din cei zece ani petrecuti in puscarie pentru o crima pe care nu a comis-o. Atit solicita prahoveanca Viorica Visan drept despagubiri de la statul roman pentru o justitie nedreapta, care a aruncat-o in spatele gratiilor de la Penitenciarul Tirgsor.
14.Un inculpat plecat in America blocheaza procesul "Electrica-Banat" Cand toata lumea a rasuflat usurata ca, dupa ce cercetarea judecatoreasca a inceput in sfarsit in dosarul "Electrica-Banat", ieri, o noua piedica procedurala a stopat din nou derularea procesului. Instanta a constatat lipsa de procedura cu inculpatul Sorin Sparchez, care inca din vara a parasit fara nici o problema teritoriul Romaniei, luand drumul Americi
15.Aproape 150 milioane euro din buzunarele clujenilor pentru firma "Tirena Scavi" Compania "Tirena Scavi" a devenit abonata la contractele platite din bani publici de catre Primaria Cluj-Napoca. Firma italiana a castigat proiecte a caror valoare se apropie de 150 de milioane de euro. Angajatii societatii au inceput ieri lucrul la prima centura de ocolire a municipiului, valoarea lucrarilor fiind de 251 de miliarde lei vechi.
16.Investigatii ale Politiei pentru drumul care duce la investitia "Bosch" Presupusele ilegalitati comise de autoritatile locale in cazul constructiei drumului de acces spre investitia concernului "Bosch" de langa municipiul Blaj au fost cercetate de politistii din Alba. O echipa de investigatori din cadrul IPJ s-a autosesizat dupa ce in presa au aparut mai multe acuzatii ale unor lideri ai organizatiei judetene a PSD.
17.CJ Bistrita-Nasaud a anulat licitatia pentru soseaua Ilva Mica - Lunca Ilvei Consiliul Judetean (CJ) Bistrita-Nasaud a anuntat, marti, ca va repeta licitatia organizata in 19 octombrie pentru repararea a doi kilometri din DJ 172 D, drumul care face legatura intre Ilva Mica si Lunca Ilvei, intrucat niciuna din ofertele prezentate nu se apropie de costul real al lucrarilor, estimat de proiectant.
18."Proscrisii" din PNL Timis ii sprijina pe Stolojan si Stoica Mai multi fosti sau actuali membri ai PNL Timis, cunoscuti sub denumirea de "dizidenti", printre care se regasesc consilierul judetean Dan Bara sau fostul presedinte al organizatiei municipale din Timisoara, Petre Ehegartner, s-au constituit, ieri, intr-un grup de initiativa pentru sprijinirea Platformei Liberale lansate de Theodor Stolojan.
19.Uniunea Europeana - o himera pentru multi locuitori din Bistrita-Nasaud Prefectura Bistrita-Nasaud a organizat, ieri, o sedinta de lucru cu multiplicatorii de informatie europeana din cadrul autoritatilor publice locale si a serviciilor publice deconcentrate din judet. Pe ordinea de zi a figurat prezentarea campaniei de informare "Fermier in Europa".
20.Ambulanta improvizata, implicata intr-un accident mortal la Hunedoara O ambulanta a firmei "Trans Med" a fost implicata, marti dimineata, intr-un accident rutier soldat cu victime omenesti. Doua femei si-au pierdut viata dupa ce o autoutilitara care circula in regim de salvare a acrosat, din spate, un TIR.
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