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1.What the newspapers say: November 6, 2006 The sentence that may send ex-Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein to gallows makes waves across Bucharest media on Monday, with comparisons to the death of Romania’s own dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. The papers also debate the Romanian seat in the European Commission once the country joins the EU next year and the role the Romanian working expat community will pay in future elections. Plus, a bit of the past via a new report on the victims of Communist dictatorship in the country.
2.Saddam sentence prompts boosted security in Bucharest Romanian authorities have ordered special security measures around the Iraq Embassy in Bucharest this weekend to cope with a possible demonstration of Iraqi citizens in this country, following an announcement this weekend that ex-Iraqi president Saddam Hussein would be hanged according to a court verdict that he was responsible for the execution of 148 Shiites in the eighties.
3.France to partially open market, Dutch to place restrictions on Romanian workers Two other Western governments announced or suggested measures to tackle the inflow of Romanian and Bulgarian workers once these countries join the EU next year. A top Dutch official announced a proposal for a two-year restrictions period, while France said it would open its market partially for the citizens of Romania and Bulgaria.
4.Cold makes first victim in Romania A man died of cold this weekend as winter took strong hold of most of Romania. Temperatures of 0 degrees Celsius and below have been affecting most of the country for days and the first snow falls affected traffic on many national roads.
5.World's most expensive cars parade in Bucharest Four of the world’s strongest and most expensive cars paraded around the Parliament Palace in Bucharest on Sunday, in what was seen as the most important such event organized in Romania this year. The demonstration, organized by the International Federation of Automobiles - FIA, included short series cars of about 1mln euro each, but also two Dacia Logan cars.
6.Ex-president faces hearing in miners' crusade case Romanian ex-President Ion Iliescu faced General Prosecutor’s Office hearings on Monday over his role in the violent miners’ marches to Bucharest during the nineties. He and several other personalities including a former prime minister, a miners’ leader and an ex-intelligence boss have been charged with undermining the state authority and the national economy, crimes against humanity and distruction in a case opened in June 2005.
7.Romania designated commissioner prepares for EP hearings in Brussels Romania’s designated EU commissioner Leonard Orban starts preparations in Brussels today for incoming hearings in the European Parliament after he received the approval of EC President Jose Manuel Barroso to take the seat of Commissioner for Multilingualism last week.
8.Rompetrol cuts fuel prices Romanian oil company announced on Monday a cut for fuel prices by 7 Romanian bani (1 RON=100 bani) per litre. The announcement comes a week after another major operator, Lukoil, announced price cuts of 5-6 bani/l, due to decreasing oil barrel prices on international market.
9.Transparency International: Romania as corrupt now as in 2005 Romania maintains a shameful place among most corrupt countries worldwide, the latest Transparency International report on global corruption says. Romania falls 84th worldwide in terms of corruption this year, with a minimal progress compared to 2005 and well behind Bulgaria.
10.Belgium may limit access of Romanian and Bulgarian workers Belgium may join a long list of European countries that would limit the access of Romanian and Bulgarian citizens looking for jobs on its market once the two states join the EU in January next year, according to Bulgarian news website Novinite.com. While an official decision in this regard is yet to be taken, the country signals it may apply restrictions for a 2-year period for workers originating in the two countries.
11.Budget commissions pass draft budget for 2007 The budget-finance commissions of the Romanian Parliament passed the draft budget law for 2007 with 16 votes in favor and 11 against on Monday, thus putting a temporary end to serious disputes related to the salaries of teachers.
12.Asigurari de viata online, pe portalul de asigurari Asigur.com Dupa ce v-a obisnuit deja cu servicii online pentru asigurari de tipul: RCA, Carte Verde, Casco, Asigurari medicale de calatorie sau Asigurarile de locuinte pentru persoane fizice, www.Asigur.com ofera clientilor sai posibilitatea de informare si contractare a politelor de asigurari de viata.
13.Mancam alimente cu 90% OMG Organizatia Neguvernamentala Greenpeace a trimis la un laborator austriac doua produse romanesti din soia. Teste au aratat ca alimentele modificate genetic circula liber pe piata romaneasca, fara a fi etichetate.
14.Parlamentul a respins majorarea salariilor din invatamant Comisiile reunite de buget din Parlament au respins, luni, amendamentul de majorare a salariilor profesorilor cu 23 %. Au votat impotriva acestei solicitari ministrul Finantelor, Sebastian Vladescu, dar si cel al Educatiei, Mihail Hardau. Sindicalistii din invatamant au iesit nemultumiti de la aceste dezbateri.
15.A murit liderul oraganizatiei Ku Klux Klan Samuel H. Browers, fostul lider al gruparii Ku Klux Klan, care isi executa pedeapsa pe viata intr-un penitenciar din Mississippi, a murit din cauza unui atac de cord la varsta de 82 ani. Acesta fusese condamnat la inchisoare in urma asasinarii lui Vernon Dahmer Sr, in anul 1966, relateaza ziarul Times.
16.Adrian Enache divorteaza pentru Iuliana Marciuc Adrian s-a decis sa puna capat acestei siropoase povesti care a tinut prima pagina a ziarelor. Va divorta si va ramane cu Iuliana. Povestea lor a inceput de mult. S-au vazut, s-au placut, dar au fost impiedicati de jumatatile pe care le aveau.
17.Conferinta ONU la Nairobi: Pamantul are febra! Pamantul are „febra”, iar supraincalzirea terestra ne va schimba definitiv viata. Specii intregi vor disparea, apele marilor si oceanelor vor creste, ghetarii se vor topi, pestii vor muri, desertificarea va avansa rapid, iar numarul uraganelor se va dubla.
18.Bancile si relatiile cu clientii - accent pe apel gratuit Serviciile de relatii cu clientii (si potentialii clienti) au capatat o importanta tot mai mare in mediul bancar romaneasc in ultimii ani. Chiar daca de multe ori serviciile nu se ridica la asteptarile clientilor, se poate spune ca, in general, clientul are o gama larga de solutii de comunicare cu banca.
19.Profitul Allianz a depasit estimarile analistilor in trimestrul trei, 2006 Grupul german de asigurari Allianz SE, cea mai mare companie de profil din Europa, a anuntat o dublare a profitului net inregistrat in trimestrul al treilea 2006, comparativ cu perioada similara a anului trecut, intentionand sa-si majoreze tinta de profit pentru intregul an, informeaza AP, citata de Rompres si www.SMARTbank.ro.
20.Oferte imobiliare online - cererea si oferta direct pe internet Portalurile imobiliare sunt deja un lucru banal in Romania, nu putini dintre cei ce cauta sa vanda sau sa cumpere o locuinta in mediul urban viziteaza si astfel de site-uri online pentru a vedea in primul rand pretul pietei, dar si pentru a incerca sa gaseasca o oferta potrivita.
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