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1.What the newspapers say: December 11, 2006 A revolt in penitentiaries across Romania challenges the Sunday internal elections of the Social Democratic Party as the most important news in today’s newspapers. They also write of various Romanian successes internationally, while one paper warns about the troubles Bucharest is facing as a city that grows faster than its capacity to improve.
2.Mircea Geoana re-elected head of Social Democrats Mircea Geoana was re-elected head of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), the main opposition group in Romania, in a party poll organized at the Extraordinary Congress of the party on Sunday. Geoana received 977 votes of 1400 delegates at the event, while the second candidate, Sorin Oprescu, received 385 votes.
3.Revolt spreads in penitentiaries across Romania A series of revolts engulfed several penitentiaries across Romania over the weekend as convicts destroyed their rooms or joined hunger strikes in moves aimed at forcing the parliament to quickly adopt a draft law of collective pardon for non-violent prisoners, initiated by independent deputy Nati Meir. The events forced Justice minister Monica Macovei to intervene and ask prison directors to maintain a permanent dialogue with detainees and not ban them access to daily activities or the media.
4.Luxembourg and Sibiu become official capitals of European culture Luxembourg officially became the European cultural capital for 2007 following a pompous inauguration ceremony on Sunday evening, attended by His Highness Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Luxembourg PM Jean-Claude Juncker and Sibiu Mayor Klaus Johannis. Luxembourg shares the status of 2007 European cultural capital with the Transylvanian city of Sibiu.
5.Igor Smirnov re-elected Transdniester president Igor Smirnov, the man who’s been runing for more than 15 years the breakaway region of Transdniester, east of the Moldovan Republic, won another five-year term at the helm of the territory following a presidential poll on Sunday, the Central Electoral Commission in regional capital Tiraspol announced, quoted by Reuters.
6.Fog affects port, airport activities in Romania Dense fog perturbed usual activities in Romania’s main Black Sea and Danube ports as well as at the Kogalniceanu Airport in SE of the country on Monday morning. According to the national public radio, Romania Actualitati, the ports were operational early today but maneuvers were difficult because of unstable weather conditions, especially the presence of fog.
7.Romanian inmates enter enter fourth day of protests Some 6,500 inmates at 26 Romanian prisons refused food on Monday morning - the fourth day of protests against living conditions and in favour of an amnesty for those with short-term sentences. The protest comes as a parliamentary committee has rejected a draft law that would have provided a pardon for some 10,000 prisoners whose sentences do not exceed fiv years.
8.EU restricts Romania, Bulgaria food exports The European Commission has to apply a one-year period of restrictions over milk and meat product exports from Romania and Bulgaria in order to protect food safety on the EU market, according to Novinite.com. European experts decided that authorized companies in the Romanian and Bulgarian food industry halt exports of animal products that do not comply with European standards starting January 1, 2007, when the two countries join the Union.
9.Romania reports 7.8% GDP growth in Q1-3 this year Romanian GDP reported an 8.3% growth in the third quarter of 2006 with an overall 7.8% boost from the beginning of the year, while the current account deficit grew 7.7%, according to the latest report from the National Statistics Institute.
10.IHT: Spectacular RON evolution in 2006 The Romanian leu - RON was a star among world currencies in 2006 as it reported the strongest pace of growth against the US dollar this year, according to an International Herald Tribune analysis. The newspaper predicts good days will continue for RON as Romania is about to join the European Union, which will improve foreign investments.
11.88 mln euro in credits for Romanian SMEs The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the European Commission and the Romanian Government launched a new funding program for small and medium enterprises in Romania, amounting to 88 million euro. The program, by which small SMEs of up to nine employees may receive credits of about 10,000 euro, was created to improve the access to financial services among entrepreneurs in underdeveloped and rural areas across the country.
12.Primarul Calota, buzunarit in piata Primarul Emil Calota fost buzunarit de hoti.
13.Dator la Ministerul pe care il conduce Ministrul Finantelor publice, Sebastian Vladescu figureaza ca fiind dator vandut chiar la ministerul pe care il conduce! Prin intermediul a doua firme la care este actionar, Vladescu a acumulat datorii la bugetul de stat in valoare de 200.000 RON.
14.Miliarde pe datorie Desi figureaza printre cei mai bogati romani, cu o avere de 95-100 milioane de dolari, galateanul Catalin Chelu a refuzat recent sa achite o serie de mici datorii, pe care le-a avut la stat. Miliardarul a refuzat sa plateasca chirie la Primarie, pentru sediul uneia dintre firmele lui, si a refuzat sa achite pana si infirma suma de 1.100 de dolari, la AVAS.
15.Start pentru Luxemburg Primarul Sibiului a reprezentat Romania la lansarea programului Luxemburg - Capitala Culturala Europeana 2007, la sfirsitul saptaminii trecute, alaturi de Adrian Iorgulescu, ministrul Culturii si Cultelor, si Sergiu Nistor, comisar guvernamental pentru Sibiu 2007.
16.Vamile cu Ucraina si Moldova, noua filiera a contrabandistilor Dupa ce, in luna septembrie a anului trecut, lucratorii birourilor Circulatie, Investigatii Criminale si Ordine Publica din cadrul Politiei Municipiului Mangalia au reusit sa efectueze o captura record de tigari si bauturi alcoolice „de lux“ netimbrate.
17.Fostul director Stavre, asasinat de mafia Univers’All? In dupa amiaza zilei de 9 iunie 2006, Bogdan Stavre, de 30 ani, director adjunct la Univers’All Constanta, se afla acasa si lua pranzul alaturi de parintii sai.
18.New Orleans, cireasa de pe tortul curvelor, pestilor si drogatilor Asa cum relata in urma cu putin timp cotidianul nostru, discoteca „New Orleans” risca sa fie amendata cu un miliard de lei din cauza poluarii fonice pe care o produce, si care a transformat fiecare sfarsit de saptamana intr-un cosmar pentru locuitorii din vecinatate.
19.Sarbatoare la Ambient Compania Ambient l-a adus, simbata, pe Mos Craciun, pentru copiii tuturor angajatilor l Mosul a impartit, cu darnicie, 1.200 de cadouri. Ambient le-a facut o surpriza uriasa celor mai mici dintre sibieni.
20.Merge mai departe Stirbet ramine adeptul liberalismului unitar. Viitorul lider pe regiunea Transilvania al Partidului Liberal Democrat ii indeamna pe actualii alesi locali din partea PNL sa nu intre in partidul sau, ca sa nu-si piarda functiile.
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