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1.What the newspapers say: November 23, 2006 Romanian energy security and privatization deals in the security sector keep the front page of most Romanian newspapers today. So do new tensions within the governing Liberal Party, hidden between an apparent, rare political agreement between the prime minister and the President. The cremation of late dictator Nicolae Ceausescu’s daughter also draws considerabile attention, along with the usual reports related to the EU accession.
2.Queen of Cuban music performs in Bucharest The queen of Cuban music, Omara Portuondo, performs at the Sala Palatului hall in downtown Bucharest on Thursday, after her first performance here a year and a half ago. The gig is part of the Omara Portuondo String Orchestra Project tour and includes some of the most famous Cuban musicians and a Romanian orchestra.
3.BCR privatization report declassified The final report on the privatization of Romania’s largest bank, the Romanian Commercial Bank-BCR, was declassified on Wednesday at the request of PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu. But the document does not contain any new information on the deal that had Austrian Erste Bank buy a majority stake in BCR, as it proved to be just a history of the privatization process.
4.Slovakia quake shakes NW Romania A surface earthquake of 5.5 degrees on Richter scale occurred in Slovakia near the border with Ukraine this morning. The quake was felt stongly in north-west Romania, from the counties of Satu Mare and Maramures down into the Apuseni Mountains.
5.Prosecutors expand inquiry into Petrom privatization Romanian prosecutors issued notifications on Wednesday night banning foreign citizens involved in shady deals related to the privatization of Romanian companies from leaving the country. The case revolves around a senior official of the Economy Ministry, Dorinel Mucea, who allegedly had a key role in negotiating a series of abusive points in the contract by which Austrian company OMV bought Romanian oil major Petrom.
6.Iraq convict in video-conference hearing attempt with Romanian judges Judges of the Bucharest Appeals Court tried on Thursday to use a video conference to hear a man sentenced to death in Iraq over his role in the kidnapping of three Romanian journalists last year. Still, the full procedure was postponed for December 14 as the questions sent from Romania reached convict Mohammad Munaf too late and he did not have enough time to prepare his answers.
7.Romanian PM feeling well after surgery Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu was feeling well on Thursday after a surgical intervention at his left knee in a French hospital this morning, Government spokeswoman Oana Marinescu announced. She said the intervention has lasted for two hours and that shortly afterwards Tariceanu was fully aware, in excellent condition, active and in contact with events back home.
8.EP Committee approves Romania report The Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament approved the latest report on Romania compiled by EP rapporteur for the country Pierre Moscovici with 51 votes in favour and one against on Thursday. The MEPs adopted several amendments on such issues as the situation of minorities, international adoptions and violence against women.
9.ENEL to join OMV in declassification of Romania privatization accord The management of the Enel power company has announced it was ready to declassify a contract with the Romanian state over the privatization of electricity facilities in the country. The company thus joins OMV in collaborating with Romanian authorities as they have launched a major campaign to clear things up about the privatization of Romanian energy companies, after a series of controversies related to the sale of Petrom to OMV.
10.First Romanian MEPs announced Romanian senators and deputies approved on Thursday a list of 35 Romanian politicians who will represent the country in the European Parliament once it joins the EU on January 1, 2007. They will have a double term - as members of the EP and of the Romanian Parliament - for five months starting January.
11.Plan de atentat terorist anihilat in Germania Procuratura Federala Germana din Karlsruhe ancheteaza „un grup de persoane cunoscute si altele neidentificate pana in prezent, suspectate de apartenenta la o grupare terorista”, constituit din sase persoane care au planuit, din iulie si pana acum, introducerea de substante explozive la bordul unui avion israelian. Presa relateaza ca tinta atentatulului era aeroportul din Frankfurt.
12.Neintelegeri pe tema indemnizatiei primilor europarlamentari Dupa ce primii europarlamentari au primit permisiunea de a-si pastra mandatele din legislativul romanesc pana la organizarea alegerilor pentru PE, a fost initiat si un proiect de lege prin care se modifica Statutul parlamentarilor, in sensul eliminarii temporare a incompatibilitatii dintre cele doua functii. Juristii din cele doua camere ale legislativului nu se inteleg insa asupra banilor pe care ii vor incasa cei 35 de alesi.
13.Universitatea Cluj, infringere umilitoare la Brno Baschetbalistii ardeleni au predat pozitia de lider in grupa, dupa ce au pierdut cu 96-64 in Cehia (Fiba Euro Challenge Cup).
14.Premierul Tariceanu se simte bine dupa operatie Premierul Calin Popescu Tariceanu operat, joi, la genunchi, intr-un spital din Franta, este intr-o stare foarte buna, a anuntat purtatorul de cuvant al Guvernului, Oana Marinescu. Interventia a fost facuta cu aparatura foarte performanta si a durat doua ore si jumatate.
15.Maestrul Bucifal Mircea Florin ne propune un clip mai vechi inregistrat de Vlad Craioveanu si Dobrica de la Suie Paparude. Clipul a inceput sa "fie scos la suprafata" dupa ce Vlad Craioveanu a fost decorat de Mitropolia Moldovei pentru ca "l-a reprezentat" pe Stefan cel Mare in cadrul campaniei "Cei mai mari romani".
16.Leul creste. De ce? Leul face legea pe piata valutara autohtona. Cistigul promis de moneda nationala bate la scor presiunile traditionale de depreciere a leului fata de euro in sezonul de toamna-iarna. Dealerii din piata pun evolutia leului pe seama nerezidentilor, care au revenit pe pietele emergente si care au un comportament regional.
17."Tradati in dragoste", o emisiune facuta cu actori de ocazie Imaginile socante de la „Tradati in dragoste” atrag in fiecare luni seara audiente-record pentru Prima TV. In unele cazuri, in acest sezon, audienta a sarit de un milion de telespectatori in mediul urban. Imaginile par veritabile, insa de cele mai multe ori sunt reconstituiri jucate de actori de ocazie.
18.Valeriu Stoica: Tariceanu nu mai are legitimitatea sa actioneze ca prim-ministru "A vorbi despre un nou partid este ultima varianta. Noi urmarim recuperarea PNL si unificarea fortelor de dreapta. Indiferent de felul in care se va face acest lucru, obiectivele noastre raman neschimbate", declara Valeriu Stoica intr-un interviu acordat ziarului Gandul.
19.Expropierea din zona Basarab data pe mana unui SRL de apartament Consiliul General al Municipiului Bucuresti a decis ca formalitatile necesare exproprierilor in zona Titulescu-Grozavesti, in vederea construirii Pasajul Basarab sa fie derulate de o societate cu raspundere limitata (SRL), cu sediul intr-un apartament de bloc si capitalul social de 200 lei.
20.Cum sa te stabilesti in Uniunea Europeana Ministerul Administratiei si Internelor a dat publicitatii un ghid pentru romanii care vor sa calatoreasca in Uniunea Europeana sa locuiasca pentru o perioada de trei luni sau sa se stabileasca permanent in tarile membre comunitatii europene.
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