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1.What the newspapers say: December 5, 2006 Romanian authorities have intensified efforts to avoid a major political crisis following the withdrawal of a junior member of the governing coalition, newspapers note on Tuesday. The media also discuss a report on ethnic tolerance in Romania and a new wave of stories related to the EU accession next month. Santa Claus is making his first appearances - as a target for Communist rulers in the Moldovan Republic.
2.Democrats and Liberals name new ministers The secretary general of the National Liberal Party-PNL Dan Montreanu was nominated to take over the reigns of the Agriculture Ministry following the dismissal of the previous minister, who entered a political conflict between PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu and a group of dissident Liberals. The Liberals also nominated their spokesman Varujan Vosganian as deputy prime minister, while Mircea Toader was nominated by the Democratic Party-PD to take over the Economy Ministry portfolio.
3.Vatican urges Romanian Govt to stop works at "threatening" building The Vatican has urged the Romanian Government publicly to stop the construction of an 18-storey building near a Catholic cathedral in Bucharest, Catholic.org reports. According to the Vatican statement, the construction works at the office building are threatening the physical stability of the St. Joseph Cathedral, which was built in the late 1800s.
4.Romanian trade deficit up 45% The Romanian trade deficit grew to 11.24 billion euro in the first ten months of 2006, up 45% compared to the same period last year, the National Statistics Institute in Bucharest has announced.
5.Grawe Romania interested in buying general insurance company Insurance company Grawe Romania, a member of the Austrian group Grawe, has announced its intention to buy the majority stake in a general insurance company currently operating on the Romanian market in early 2007, according to Peter Kasyk, Grawe Romania general manager.
6.Political disputes move to constitutional field Romanian President Traian Basescu and PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu met at the Government HQ on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the procedure needed to invest new ministers following the withdrawal of a small political party from the government. The Constitution says the new ministers must go through parliamentary hearings if “the political components of the Government” are changed.
7.Poll: Romanians want strong political leaders With less than a month until the country joins the European Union, a new poll shows Romanians share most trust in charismatic, authoritarian leaders who seem capable of enforcing discipline. Incumbent President Traian Basescu is unrivaled when it comes to the trust of Romanians and is followed in this regard by two other populist leaders - far-rightist Corneliu Vadim Tudor and businessman-politician Gigi Becali, according to a Public Opinion Barometer published by the Open Society Foundation on Tuesday.
8.Euro weakest against RON since August 2005 The Romanian currency RON grew 0.03% against the European single currency on Tuesday reaching a rate of 3.4311 RON/euro, the weakest stand for the euro since August 2005, according to the Newsin news agency. The US dollar did not fare better either with its rate today - 2.5758 RON/USD, unseen since December 2000.
9.Romania leads European consumption growth Romania is the first among European countries when it comes to the growth of consumer goods sales with a 29.7% growth rate in September this year compared to the same month in 2005, an Eurostat study shows. Romania is followed by Latvia with 19.8% and Estonia with 16.9%.
10.Marius Lazurca named Ambassador to Vatican President Traian basescu signed a decree on Tuesday nominating Marius Gabriel Lazurca to take over the seat of Ambassador of Romania to the Holy See, an official press release says.
11.Another major project will turn Bucharest upside down The Bucharest City Hall is preparing a new passageway in one of Romanian Capital’s most crowded areas, the Romana Square. The works are due to last a year and a half and would cost some 64.6 million RON (18.4 million euro), according to a project that will be discussed by the Bucharest General Council in a future session.
12.Parliament approval needed for one government seat The permanent boards of the two chambers of the Romanian Parliament are due to discuss today the nomination of a new Economy minister as the coalition in power is struggling to find a way to keep the government running after the withdrawal of the Conservative Party, which left it without a parliamentary majority.
13.Prosecutors demand criminal investigation on two ministers The General Prosecutor’s Office passed a request to a Presidency commission on Tuesday to give its approval for the initiation of a criminal inquiry on the names of former Economy minister Codrut Seres and Communication minister Zsolt Nagy, an Office spokesman announced today.
14."Partidul Conservator poate face aliante si cu PNL, si cu PSD" Presedintele Consiliului Executiv al PC si, totodata, sef al conservatorilor prahoveni, Florin Anghel, crede ca este prematur sa se discute despre o eventuala colaborare a partidului pe care-l reprezinta cu alte formatiuni politice.
15.Mai bine vazuti "Ochii" Sibiului sint doar celebrele elemente arhitecturale de pe acoperisurile cladirilor. Dar si Sibiul este cunoscut de milioane de ochi, odata cu progresul comunicarii prin Internet. Fotografii si filmulete, mai mult sau mai putin oficiale, au impinzit site-urile de specialitate.
16.Urmarit de ghinion Doi politisti au sarit mai multe garduri, iar unul dintre ei a tras citeva focuri de arma in aer, pentru a prinde un hot urmarit de ghinion. Infractorul incercase sa sparga o masina. Cu numai o zi inainte, a spart o casa, de unde n-a apucat sa fure decit o banala caseta audio.
17.Scuze de la UDMR Cluj UDMR Cluj si-a prezentat ieri scuze publice pentru incidentul de Ziua Nationala, cind filiala a depus o coroana cu panglica de doliu la statuia lui Avram Iancu. Conducerea UDMR Cluj sustine ca greseala a fost savirsita fara vointa filialei.
18.Verdict: teribilism La numai citeva zile de la intrarea in vigoare a noului Cod Rutier, trei tineri cu virste intre 18 si 19 ani au murit pe loc, in timp ce unul dintre ei conducea fara a avea permis. Profesorii pun accidentul pe seama teribilismului virstei. La Turda, doua scoli sint inca sub socul tragicei intimplari.
19.Proiectul pentru dezvoltarea statiunii Parang, atribuit sponsorilor PD Primaria Petrosani, condusa de primar si viceprimar PD, beneficiaza, pentru realizarea unui proiect tehnic pentru statiunea Parang, de serviciile unei societati de consultanta care s-a remarcat tocmai ca sponsor al partidului.
20.Banca Romaneasca isi amenajeaza un sediu fara autorizatie Un control al Inspectoratului Teritorial in Constructii a scos la iveala faptul ca lucrarile de amenajare a sediului Bancii Romanesti de pe strada 9 Mai din Bacau se fac fara autorizatie de constructie.
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