Arhiva pentru data 28.11.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: November 28, 2006 Romanian newspapers on Tuesday go on with their revelations and investigations into shady energy deals in Romania. They also focus on Romania’s future representatives in Brussels and Washington and, as a NATO summit is due to begin in Riga, one prominent paper publishes an article by President Jacques Chirac on his vision about the Alliance. Another exclusive report: days before his death, Russian spy Litvinenko signed a Romanian’s appeal for an international condemnation of communism.
2.Potential permanent mission for Romanian energy in Brussels Romanian authorities pay increasing attention to European institutions as the EU accession date is coming closer, and the trend is followed by companies. An important part of Romanian energy companies under the authority of the Economy Ministry have recently responded an invitation from EURELECTRIC (The Union of Electricity Industries) to join a visit exchange program at the European institutions in Brussels.
3.Minister Macovei nominated for European of the Year Awards Romanian Justice minister Monica Macovei is one among the 50 nominees for the “European of the Year” category in the European Voice awards. The EV gala will take place in Brussels on Tuesday night. The European Voice magazine is part of The Economist Group.
4.Bulgarian charged with espionage in Romania Romanian prosecutors charged a Bulgarian citizen with espionage officially on Tuesday after hearings at on the privatization of Romanian energy companies at the Supreme Court on Monday. Bulgarian consultant Stamen Stanchev is believed to have created an organized crime ring leaking classified information to preferential entities interested in the privatization of energy companies in Romania.
5.MPs speed up vote on 2007 budget Romanian MPs passed the last articles of the 2007 Budget law on Tuesday after a week and a half of seemingly neverending debates on each line of the draft legislation. Starting this afternoon, parliamentarians will debate how much of the future budget each ministry will receive.
6.Group hearings in strategic privatizations case Six of eight people suspected of illegal activities related to the privatization of Romanian strategic companies faced prosecutors on Tuesday, including several foreign citizens charged with crimes against the national security of the country.
7.MEPs accept Romanian nomination for EC seat European Parliament commissions decided on Tuesday to approve the nomination of Leonard Orban as EU’s future Commissioner for Multilingualism after his preliminary hearing before MEPs on Monday. But EP president Josep Borell suggested to expand Orban’s responsibilities to include minority rights, according to an AFP report. The Romanian Commissioner will receive the final vote of the EP plenary in a December 12 session.
8.EUObserver: Romania hosted secret CIA flights, EP says Romania and ten other countries will be shamed in a final report of the European Parliament commission investigating secret CIA flights in Europe, a report that is due to be published on Wednesday, EUObserver.com reports. Besides Romania, the report will also mention Britain, Germany, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Greece, Cyprus, Italy and Poland.
9.One in two Romanian women practices safe sex 48% of Romanian women do not use any contraceptive method, according to a study published by the a specialized organization on Tuesday. The study, based on answers from over 1,000 Romanian women aged 15-49m shows more than half of respondents said they would not practice safe sex because “they do not need it”, while 23% said they wanted to bear a child.
10.Five companies agree with declassification of privatization contracts Five out of six companies involved in the privatization of Romanian energy companies have informed the Economy Ministry in Bucharest about their agreement to declassify the privatization contracts. The sixth, Gaz de France, is expected to follow suit on Wednesday.
11.Primariile de cartier, praf in ochii alegatorilor Primarul a promis clujenilor ca va incerca sa fie cat mai aproape de ei inaugurand asa numitele “primarii de cartier”. Desi noile sedii ale Primariei clujene au menirea de a-i scuti pe cetateni de drumuri inutile la sediul central al institutiei, exista cazuri in care acestia sunt pusi in situatia de a face deplasari
12.Chiulesti si castigi 28.57% din posturile vacante la Inspectoratul Scolar Judetean Mures vor ramane ocupate de candidati care nu s-au prezentat la concurs, sau sunt la limita pensionarii, prin detasare in interesul invatamantului. Din totalul de 24.5 posturi scoase la concurs, alte 15.5 vor reveni unor candidati care au promovat un concurs la care s-au intrecut cu ei insisi.
13.Traditia moare. Traiasca Europa! Coparseie de minim 12.000.000 de lei, cu grosime minima de trei centimetri, prevazute cu epuratoare, imbracaminte si incaltaminte biodegradabile, priveghi la capele, iata doar cateva "beneficii" de care se vor bucura de la 1 ianuarie 2007, cei ce vor intra cu picioarele inainte, in Uniunea Europeana. Cel putin asa suna Normele Europene...
14.Se fura termopane din scoli Gradinita care functioneaza in incinta Scolii ”Anton Pann” din Ploiesti a ramas fara usile de termopan, acestea fiind furate, recent, chiar de sub nasul paznicului de noapte
15.Bel Rom a vandut cu 83 mil. euro si se muta la Miercurea Belgienii de la Bel Rom au vandut cu 83 milioane de euro parcul de retail de la Sibiu, fondului britanic de investitii North Real Estate, facand un profit de 33 de milioane de euro in 10 luni. Unul din asociatii firmei belgiene isi muta acum „santierul” in Miercurea Sibiului, unde dezvolta un parc industrial de 67.000 de metri patrati.
16.3.000 de lei pentru baruri Noul an pregateste o surpriza proprietarilor de restaurante si baruri. In functie de hotararea Consiliului Local al Municipiului Sibiu, proprietarii vor plati pana la 3.000 RON, taxa pentru eliberarea, sau, dupa caz, vizarea anuala a autorizatiei pentru desfasurarea activitatii de alimentatie publica.
17."Sper sa conving Sibiul ca are un sistem de trolee si tramvaie cu valoare in Europa" Salzburgul spera sa devina in 2012 gazda Olimpiadei de iarna. Unul din atuuri este reteaua de transport, impecabil pusa la punct. Directorul general al societatii care administreaza transportul in comun in orasul austriac, Gunter Mackinger, s-a aflat ieri in Sibiu, pentru a se intalni cu primarul Klaus Johannis.
18.Cadou de Ziua Nationala Tablourile Muzeului National Brukenthal, intoarse dupa 50 de ani la Sibiu, vor putea fi vizitate incepand din data de doi decembrie. Expozitia si accesul la ea va fi conditionat de masurile deosebite de securitate.
19.Japonezii investesc 120 de milioane de euro la Ploiesti Una dintre cele mai mari investitii din Parcul Industrial Ploiesti va fi realizata de o companie japoneza. Calsonic Kansei va investi 120 de milioane de euro pentru producerea de subansamble auto.
20.Complex de agrement de 14,7 milioane de euro la Brasov Consiliul Local Brasov a oferit unei firme un teren de 4,3 hectare de teren pe malul lacului Nova. Pe teren ar urma sa fie construit un complex de agrement in valoare de 14,7 milioane de euro.
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