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1.What the newspapers say: November 21, 2006 A scandal surrounding a rapid growth of fuel prices on the Romanian market keeps the front pages of most Romanian newspapers today. They’re also arguing about an announcement made by the head of a major media industry organization yesterday that he would resign in a show of discontent about the mercenariness in the Romanian media. And they expect make-or-break decisions in the frictions within the governing Liberal Party.
2.Dissident Liberal meets PM in talks attempt Dissident Liberal Theodor Stolojan announced on Monday evening that he would meet PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu, the president of the National Liberal Party-PNL, for talks aimed at clearing up the conflicting positions of the current PNL leadership and a movement led by Stolojan for the reform of the political group.
3.Romanian Press Club head resigns The head of the Romanian Press Club-CRP, Cristian Tudor Popescu, announced his resignation from this position in an open letter sent to CRP members on Monday afternoon. The Club, formed in 1997 to represent the interests of the media, was no longer able to work in its current formula as it was both an organization of media employers and one of journalists, Popescu has told HotNews.ro.
4.Romanian Euro-observers to keep national seats Romania’s representatives in the European Parliament were allowed by the Strasbourg-based institution to keep their seats in the Romanian Parliament until the first round of European elections are organized in the country, after it joins the EU in January next year.
5.EP prepares scathing report on Romania, Bulgaria The European parliament prepares a scathing report according to which Romania and Bulgaria would weaken the European Union. The report, compiled in response to a Commission report focusing on future waves of EU enlargement, is due to be discussed in the ForeignAffairs Committee of the EP on Thursday.
6.Top Liberals fail to reach agreement A meeting between National Liberal Party-PNL president Calin Popescu Tariceanu and dissident Liberal Theodor Stolojan, who is challenging the current leadership of the group, failed on Tuesday morning as the two parties could not overcome major differences that have split the Liberal movement seriously for months.
7.Ex-dictator Ceausescu's daughter dies Zoe Ceausescu, daughter of late Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, died of lung cancer on Tuesday morning. According to people close to the family, she will be cremated as she herself had asked. Zoe Ceausescu stood away from limelight over the past 16 years, refusing to talk with the media while focusing on recovering the wealth confiscated from her parents Nicolae and Elena, executed in the 1989 revolution.
8.Authorities debate Petrom privatization contract The Romanian Government plans to establish a social assistance fund for domestic natural gas consumers aimed at helping them avoid spiraling prices until late 2008, PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu announced on Tuesday. He made the statement following talks with Wolfgang Ruttenstorfer, head of the Austrian group OMV, which holds a majority stake in Romanian oil company Petrom.
9.Romanian capital market delivers 11 anniversary awards The Bucharest Stock Exchange-BVB celebrated its 11th anniversary with a series of awards to various institutions and people at the Capital Market Gala on Monday evening. The SIF Oltenia fund, the Transylvania Bank and the World Bank each received an award in a ceremony co-hosted by Dan paul, head of the Romanian Brokers Association.
10.President suggest energy system in partnership with OMV Romanian President Traian Basescu said on Tuesday he was considering the establishment of a joint energy system including Romania, Hungary and Austria, considering Romania’s links with OMV, the Austrian company that holds the majority stake in Romanian oil major Petrom. “While OMV were not a strategic partner, they have now become one”, he said at a conference on “Energy in Central and Eastern Europe”.
11.Petrom announces investments of billions in securing crude and natural gas production Romanian oil company Petrom will invest over three billion euro by 2010 including one billion in 2007 alone in securing Romania’s crude and natural gas production, a company press release says. The announcement comes as the Supreme Defense Council is due to discuss the national energy policies in a session on Thursday.
12.Denmark ratifies Romania's EU accession, Germany still waiting Denmark concluded on Tuesday the ratification procedures of the accession Treaty of Romania and Bulgaria to the European Union. It is the last but one EU member state to conclude the procedures, to be followed by Germany who announced it would follow suit on November 24.
13.Liberal Party withdraws political support for Agriculture minister The executive board of the National Liberal Party-PNL, a major member of the governing coalition in Bucharest, decided on Tuesday to withdraw its political support for Agriculture minister Gheorghe Flutur and pushed for his resignation from the Government. The Liberal leadership showed discontent towards recent statements made by PNL member Flutur regarding the way things are done and the lack of reform within the party.
14.Traficul prin Ghencea va fi restrictionat Meciul Steaua Bucuresti-Dinamo Kiev care va fi disputat marti seara, in Liga Campionilor, bulverseaza, din nou, traficul in Capitala. Liniile de transport in comun care circula in zona stadionului Ghencea vor avea trasee modificate.
15.Gazprom asigura livrarile de gaze pana 2020 Trustul rus Gazprom este gata sa garanteze livrarile sale de gaze naturale pana in anul 2020, a anuntat, marti, unul din responsabilii celui mai mare producator de gaze naturale din lume. Acesta a declarat ca temerile pe acest subiect sunt nefondate, relateaza agentia AFP.
16.Danezii ratifica Tratatul de aderare a Romaniei si Bulgariei la UE Parlamentul danez a ratificat marti, 21 noiembrie, Tratatul de aderare a Romaniei si Bulgariei la Uniunea Europeana, cu 97 de voturi pentru, 2 voturi impotriva si 15 abtineri, se arata intr-un comunicat de presa al Ministerului Integrarii Europene.
17.Igor Surkis: "Dinamo Bucuresti ne-a rugat sa batem Steaua!" "Nu mai vrem sa fim ciuca batailor!" - cotidianul Sport (Kiev). Doi jurnalisti ucrainieni, trimisi speciali la Bucuresti, au fost jefuiti luni seara! "Dinamo Bucuresti mi-a cerut sa facem orice pentru a bate Steaua" - Igor Surkis, presedinte Kiev. Pentru a-si asigura locul 3, implicit calificarea in primavara Cupei UEFA, Steaua are nevoie de un egal.
18.Ce se intimpla cind flower-power face politica? Asa de aiuristic suna toata cartea, cind nu este o insiruire plicticoasa de statistici aduse din condei ca sa demonstreze titlul. Iar titlul, asta trebuie sa o recunosc, e foarte reusit, te atrage. Dincolo de coperta, se afla insa cea mai sofisticata colectie de baliverne pe care am citit-o in ultima vreme.
19.Mortii de la groapa nu se mai intorc (de Radu F. Alexandru) Lansarea ”bombei” ca Stolojan se intoarce a avut loc cu putine ore inaintea reuniunii liberalilor din Moldova, la Suceava. Zvonul a fost dublat de o insistenta operatiune om la om, liderii PNL luandu-i personal la telefon pe toti cei despre care aveau temeri ca ar ajuns fi la capatul rabdarii.
20.Vile de lux pe litoral Compania imobiliara CB Richard Ellis a anuntat construirea unui nou complex situat in zona de nord a statiunii Mamaia, pe malul marii, in apropierea campingului Hanul Piratilor, vis-a-vis de viitorul complex "La Scoica", intr-o zona de lux a litoralului Marii Negre.
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