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1.What the newspapers say: December 7, 2006 The political crisis in Romania worries officials in Brussels, while the scandal on strategic privatizations makes the Wall Street Journal say that Romania and the foreign investors are at a new Cold War. Meanwhile, the Economy Minister blames others for the entire scandal: “It’s a political move”, Seres cries. The cherry on top comes from Russia, which seems to have woken up early and conducts rough negotiations with Europeans.
2.Beautiful farewell: Steaua vs. Olympique Lyon, 1:1 Steaua Bucharest said goodbye to the Champions League yesterday with an unexpected equal result against one of the best European teams, Olympique Lyon. Nicolae Dica scored his fourth goal in the CL.It is the second time Steaua surprises its opponents. After disaster games in Romania against Real Madrid and Lyon, Steaua had an excellent game against the Spanish champions (0:1) and will now be remembered as causing serious problems for the French.
3.SMEs Minister resigns Eugen Ovidiu Chirovici resigned on Thursday from his position as president of the Small and Medium Enterprises (which provides an equal ministerial seat), accusing the Government of failing to offer the necessary support for the absorption of European funds. Four days ago, Chirovici also resigned form the Conservative Party, so that he could maintain his position in the Government.
4.Governing alliance quarrels on Privatization Office After fighting all day yesterday on who should run the Economy Ministry, with a vacant seat after Seres’ resignation, the Democrats decided to let Liberals assume the portfolio.Still, the arguing continued on the Privatization Office, subordinated by a Govt. Ordinance to the State Assets Agency (AVAS), instead of the Economy Ministry, as it was until now.
5.“Liberal Platform” becomes political party Theodor Stolojan announced that the dissident Liberals, along with members recently expelled from the party former a new political party: Liberal-Democrats. Sources say the group already gathered 20,000 signatures out of the necessary 25,000.In a press conference on Thursday, Stolojan said his new party enjoys the support of 8 Liberal county branches, including their presidents, 29 parliamentarians and 11,500 Liberal Party members.
6.ID card enough for Cyprus and Czech Republic too Romanian citizens will be able to visit Cyprus and the Czech Republic using only their ID cards, instead of passports, Interior Minister Vasile Blaga announced on Thursday. Two weeks ago, both countries said they would still maintain some travel restrictions for Romanians. For the moment, Sweden is the only EU country that hasn’t cancelled all low restrictions for Romanians for January 1st, 2007.
7.Romania, second most corrupt in Europe Bribe demanded or accepted by police officers and other public servants represents a major problem in all developing countries, but also exists in EU countries like Greece or the Czech Republic, a report on corruption, issued on Thursday by Transparency International (TI), shows.
8.Former Justice Minister - Political Police collaborator CNSAS, the body studying the archives of Ceausescu’s political police, Securitate, decided on Thursday that the former social-democrat senator and Justice Minister, Rodica Stanoiu, wrote and signed information notes for the political police.Stanoiu declared for the NewsIn press agency that she expected such a verdict, since it’s all just a political decision.
9.Basescu: “Find a solution before 14:00” President Traian Basescu summoned Liberals and Democrats, demanding the urgent nomination of an Economy Minister. During the ceremony in which the new Agriculture Minister sworn in, the president gave ministers an ultimatum.“My dears, solve this problem before 14:00h. Find a solution. You can not keep on doing this publicly”, said Basescu.
10.Dutch Aegon interested in Romanian pensions market Aegon NV, the second largest insurance company in Holland, want to expand its operations in private pensions in Romania, Italy, Germany and Ukraine, while continuing its development in Holland and the USA, Bloomberg informs.
11.Emotii pentru Stirbet Deputatul PNL de Sibiu, Cornel Stirbet ar putea pierde, astazi, conducerea filialei judetene a liberalilor. La intrunirea Delegatiei Permanente lunare a PNL, in Capitala, subiectul „Stirbet" va fi dezbatut aproape sigur, iar concluzia nu poate fi alta decit „debarcarea".
12.Porcii ajung la cutit Incep sacrificarile porcilor. Cel care cumpara animalul din tirg trebuie sa stie ca vinzatorul este obligat sa aiba un certificat de sanatate al acestuia, emis de medicul veterinar din zona de provenienta. Dupa sacrificarea animalului, examenul trichinoscopic este obligatoriu.
13.Soferii aduna puncte Sute de soferi au platit amenzi usturatoare, iar alte citeva zeci au ramas fara permise, pentru ca au ignorat prevederile noului cod rutier. Rata de promovabilitate la proba teoretica pentru obtinerea permisului a scazut.
14."Dream Village" = un arab ascuns intre evrei Sirianul "Ahmad Al Deiri detine terenul pe care urmeaza a fi construit cartierul "Dream Village". Investitorii evrei ascund faptul ca sirianul este partener la aceasta afacere. Cunoscut ca "boss"-ul de la "Siraj", Ahmad Al Deiri este asociat intr-o firma vasluiana cu fiica fostului Director al Directiei Regionale Vamale, Eugen Butur.
15.Garcea se dezlantuie in "Gazeta Politiei" Politia imparte cetatenii in doua categorii:Civili prosti si politisti destepti
16.Hotii de Internet Cu ajutorul unui program, aproape oricine poate fura accesul la Internet al unui abonat la retea. Clientii se trezesc, astfel, furati cu nerusinare. Distribuitorii de Internet spun ca singura protectie a abonatilor sint anumite programe, care, insa, ii costa bani platiti din buzunarul lor.
17.Rascoala in Feleac! "Hotii, hotii! Jos mafia, jos mafia!“, a rasunat ieri dimineata pe drumul european E60 in comuna clujeana Feleac. In jur de o suta de oameni din localitate, ajunsi la capatul rabdarilor, au blocat drumul, nemultumiti de ritmul lent, mai degraba inexistent, in care se realizeaza retrocedarile de teren.
18.Tigari din cannabis si hasis, descoperite in trenul rapid "Dacia" Politistii de frontiera aradeni au depistat in trenul rapid "Dacia", care circula pe relatia Viena - Bucuresti, aproape 30 de grame de cannabis si hasis. Drogurile au fost depistate in toaleta unui vagon si intr-un compartiment, iar din cercetari rezulta ca acestea apartineau unui tanar din judetul Neamt, Ioan T. (23 ani).
19.Concediere colectiva la cerere, amanata la "CupruMin" Abrud Preconizata privatizare a societatii "CupruMin" SA Abrud (judetul Alba), care administreaza exploatarea miniera de la Rosia Poieni, ridica mari semne de intrebare cu privire la soarta celor 758 de angajati. Subprefectul Clement Negrut a declarat ca a reusit sa evite aparitia unei situatii critice cu privire la functionarea la parametrii optimi a unitatii.
20.Italienii au pus mana pe robinetul de gaz din Nasaud Recenta criza a gazului din Nasaud a avut si un efect final benefic asupra consumatorilor. Distributia si furnizarea gazelor naturale in orasul bistritean a fost preluata de la societatea "Garant Service" SRL de catre firma italiana "CPL Concordia", sponsor oficial al clubului AC Milan.
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