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1.What the newspapers say: November 22, 2006 A deal looms between the Bucharest government and Austrian company OMV do deal with still higher natural gas prices on the Romanian market. Reconciliation efforts within the governing Liberal Party fail miserably and may lead to further strife. The death of late dictator Ceausescu’s daughter makes waves as the story of her life is brought to life. And the troubles related religious symbols in European schools might repeat in Romania. All in the newspapers today.
2.Steaua moves on to UEFA Cup with draw vs. Kiev Steaua Bucharest qualified for the UEFA Cup spring with a 1-1 against Dinamo Kiev in Bucharest on Tuesday evening, which placed it third in Group E of the Champions League. Steaua lost all chances to move on in the League as the group is dominated by Olympique Marseille and Real Madrid.
3.Military plane crashes in Western Romania A military plane crashed in the vicinity of the Beliu town, Arad county, in Western Romania at noon on Wednesday. It was not immediately known whether the pilot of the MIG 21 Lancer plane is still alive, but authorities confirmed his death late today. Arad prefect Gavril Popescu told the Realitatea TV news station that the spot where the plane crashed is isolated and the local population was asked to evacuate the area.
4.PM demands Agriculture minister's resignation Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu asked Agriculture minister in a Government session on Wednesday to submit his resignation as the executive leadership of the Liberal Party-PNL, to which both belong, had decided to withdraw the political support for minister Gheorghe Flutur over internal differences of the party. Tariceanu stated later that he would send President Traian Basescu a request to revoke Flutur from the government.
5.PM Tariceanu calls for declassification of report on BCR privatization Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu said at the end of a Government session on Wednesday that he has called for the declassification of a final report on the privatization of the Romanian Commercial Bank-BCR. The appeal comes hours before a Supreme Defense Council gathering in Bucharest today would discuss the privatizations occurred in the Romanian energy sector as well as a contract by which a majority stake in Romanian oil company Petrom was acquired by Austrian company OMV.
6.Yet another Romanian kidnapped, later released in Nigeria Seven people including one Romanian citizen have been kidnapped in Nigeria, Reuters reported on Wednesday. All were later released by the kidnappers, according to reports later today. They were workers on a ship belonging to Italian oil company Saipem, part of the ENI group.
7.Neighs accompany grotesque vote against law on Romania's MEPs Senators of the opposition Social Democratic Party-PSD and the far-right Greater Romania Party-PRM have voted against a law on electing Romania’s future representatives in the European Parliament, which fell in the upper chamber as many MPs of the governing coalition opted to stay away from the vote. The debates were marked by the neighs of Hungarian Democrats-UDMR senators, who felt offended that a representative of the PRM called the Hungarian language a “language of horses”.
8.Prosecutors hear Petrom contract negotiator The Economy Industry official who negotiated the contract of Petrom privatization, which resulted in the sale of Romania’s biggest oil company to OMV, faced General Prosecutor’s Office charges on Wednesday as a major investigation was launched among officials involved in privatization processes. Ministry official Dorinel Mucea is charged with crimes against national security.
9.The Guardian: Russia to stop EU animal product imports because of Romania, Bulgaria Russia is seriously thinking of halting its imports of animal products from any of the EU member states starting 2007 and blames it on future members Romania and Bulgaria that Moscow says do not respect food health standards, The Guardian announced, quoting a warning the European Commission has delivered to its 25 members on Wednesday.
10.Supreme Defense Council calls for declassification of energy privatization contracts The Supreme Defense Council of Romania-CSAT has urged holders of privatization contracts in the energy sector to declassify them as soon as possible, President Traian Basescu announced as the Council concluded his works on Wednesday evening. Basescu said the controversial privatization contract by which Romanian oil major Petrom was sold to Austrian company OMV would also be made public as “there are privatization contracts affected by errors”.
11.President agrees with revocation of Agriculture minister Romanian President Traian Basescu said on Wednesday evening that he would sign a decree revoking Agriculture minister Gheorghe Flutur from the Government. Despite speculation that he would not do so, Basescu thus answered a call by PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu to have Flutur dismissed from the Government.
12.Bancile lanseaza oferte atractive pentru sarbatori Ofertele bancilor la sfarsit de an, dar mai ales in pragul sarbatorilor, se diversifica si capata consistenta pentru clienti. De la reduceri de dobanzi, pachete integrale oferite de banci, pana la excursii si tombole, toate isi au loc in portofoliul bancilor.
13.Razboiul icoanelor in scoli Prin decizia din 21 noiembrie, Consiliul National pentru Combaterea Discriminarii (CNCD) s-a pronuntat in privinta unui nou conflict in Romania, intre asociatiile civice care nu doresc ca icoanele sa fie prezente in spatiul public.
14.Alimentele corespunzatoare vor purta etichete ovale Chiar si pe piata interna, produsele vor trebui sa poarte o eticheta speciala care sa informeze cumparatorul despre provenienta marfii - o eticheta rotunda, in timp ce produsele conforme standardelor europene vor purta o eticheta ovala.
15.Divergente intre sindicatele de invatamant Sindicatele din invatamant au sistat negocierile cu reprezentantii Guvernului, nemultumiti ca reprezentantii puterii au refuzat sa aloce sase procente din PIB pentru educatie, in 2007.
16.Seres se teme de sedinta CSAT Ministrul Economiei si Comertului, Codrut Seres, se teme ca, in cadrul sedintei CSAT de astazi, ar putea fi gasit tap ispasitor pentru situatia din sistemul energetic si pentru scandalurile si acuzatiile legate de vanzarile de energie. Marti dupa-amiaza, la Conferinta Internationala pe tema energiei, presedintele Traian Basescu l-a intrebat, razand, pe Seres: "Ce, ma, ti-e frica ca facem CSAT pentru tine?". Ministrul Economiei nu a avut replica.
17.Steaua Bucuresti - Dinamo Kiev 1-1 Egal cu parfum de victorie: Steaua si-a protejat matematic locul 3, dupa un meci in care Dinamo Kiev a avut un gol anulat si un altul nevalidat. "Stiu ca suporterii sunt suparati, pentru ca ei au vazut mai bine fazele in care nu ni s-au dat cele doua goluri" - A. Demianenko, antrenor Dinamo Kiev. "Arbitrii ne-au favorizat putin" - G. Becali. "Dica ramine un fotbalist decisiv, chiar daca are si momente mai putin consistente in joc"C. Olaroiu, antrenor Steaua.
18.Romfilatelia - "capusa" bugetului Postei Romane SC Romfilatelia SA a fost infiintata in 2004 si a primit de la CN Posta Romana SA (CNPR) dreptul exclusiv de a tipari si vinde catre Posta instrumentele de plata pentru contravaloarea serviciilor postale. CNPR comanda la Romfilatelia efectele necesare, iar Romfilatelia comanda tiparirea lor la sucursala CNPR, dupa care le revinde la preturi mult mai mari decat cele platite pentru productie... tot la CNPR.
19.Primaria Capitalei va cumpara Casa Bucur cu 4,5 milioane euro Primaria Capitalei si-a manifestat dreptul de preemptiune asupra Casei Bucur, scoasa la vanzare de curand de fostul proprietar, Ioana Mott. Primarul Adriean Videanu spune ca primaria isi va manifesta acest drept dat de lege asupra tuturor cladirilor-monument istoric izolate, cu teren individual.
20.Adevarul despre ce fac romanii in Anglia Nu mai suntem in topul cersetorilor, dar intr-adevar le furam englezilor banii din bancomate. Am cazut din topul hotilor. 350 de infractori romani au fost trimisi acasa din 2004 pana acum.
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