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1.What the newspapers say: December 18, 2006 Romania celebrates 17 years since the anti-communist revolution these days and one of the highlights is a ceremony where authorities are expected to condemn communism for the first time officially, as newspapers point out on Monday. What the last 17 years meant for Romania’s preparation to join the European Union is also discussed in the papers. And a bit of humor couldn’t hurt when one of the Romanian twins forming the Cheeky Girls is having an affair with a British MP.
2.Romania damns communism officially today Romanian President Traian Basescu will officially condemn the communist dictatorship before the joint chambers of the Parliament on Monday. The event will be attended by key characters in the fight against communism in Central and Eastern Europe, including Czech ex-President Vaclav Havel, Bulgarian ex-President Jelio Jelev and Lech Walesa, Polish ex-President, leader of the Solidarity movement and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
3.Romania celebrates 17 years since anti-communist revolution Romania marks 17 years since its anti-communist revolution these days with a series of events that started in Timisoara - where hell was unleashed on December 16, 1989 - yesterday and would continue throughout the country. A march was organized in Bucharet in the memory of Revolution heroes as well.
4.Moldovan Republic wheels towards Russia again Relations between Russia and the Moldovan Republic are warming slowly but steadily as tensions are on the rise between the former Soviet state and Romania. The two neighboring countries have been facing new troubles after a reputed Romanian actor said in an interview for a Chisinau-based newspaper that “historically speaking, Moldova was always part of Romania and sooner or later it will return to its motherland”.
5.In the EU "5-star restaurant", Romania "must order as much as it can pay" “Once in the club, one risks despise if it fails to stand up to demands. In this five-star restaurant, one must order as much as he can pay, that is essential”, says Romanian President Traian basescu in an interview for the “euRopeanul”. And he warns that Romania joins the Union at a time when pessimism is the dominant feature among Europeans.
6.Subway train derailed in Bucharest A subway train derailed near the Distor 2 subway station in Bucharest on Monday morning. No victims were reported as all 150 commuters were evacuated safely to the station several hundred meters away from the scene of the accident.
7.Romanian President defies scandal in condemning communist regime "explicitly and categorically" A joint session of the two chambers of the Romanian Parliament in which President Traian Basescu presented a report condemning communism for the first time in CE European history was marred by unprecedented protests among some parliamentarians that prompted security officers to intervine to calm down demonstrators.
8.Sweden and Finland not to apply restrictions to Romanian workers Authorities in Sweden and Finland announced officially on Monday that they would not apply restrictions to Romanian and Bulgarian workers once the two Eastern European countries join the European Union on January 1, 2007, AFP reports.
9.New CEFTA accord to be signed in Bucharest on Tuesday A new free trade accord for South East Europe that results from the updating of the CEFTA accord and the withdrawal of Romania and Bulgaria from the regional network of bilateral accords once the two countries join the EU will be signed in Bucharest on Tuesday.
10.Comunismul la Cluj: victime si calai Traian Basescu prezinta astazi, in Parlament, concluziile raportului. Din comisia prezidentiala au facut parte si patru clujeni: Liviu Tarau, Levente Salat, Ruxandra Cesereanu si Radu Chirita. Cunoscutul disident clujean Iulius Filip se va afla in Parlament. Doina Cornea: Astept de 16 ani sa vina acest moment, nu credeam sa il mai apuc.
11.Masa de Craciun pe datorie Zeci de pensionari prahoveni fac in prag de sarbatori imprumuturi la CAR. Batranii se calca in picioare pentru sume care de multe ori nu depasesc valoarea pensiei din care traiesc.
12.Doua realitati diferite: aurul spaniol si Rosia Montana Proiectul minier de la Rosia Montana a devenit un lait-motiv al ultimilor noua ani, timp in care a suscitat si continua sa suscite emotii, certuri si dezbateri.
13.Satul din Parking Un sat intreg de moldoveni, majoritatea dintre ei constructori, colinda tara-n lung si-n lat, muncind din greu pe santiere. La Cluj au venit peste o suta, iar jumatate dintre ei construiesc in acelasi loc. Moldovenii din Pildesti ne fac, singuri, parkingul din Centru.
14.Spital de la Mos Craciun Ministrul Sanatatii ii roaga pe consilierii locali ai municipiului Targu Mures sa aprobe proiectul Spitalului Regional de Urgenta, printr-o scrisoare tiparita in presa. Desi sustine ca proiectul este vital pentru mureseni si sanatatea lor, ministrul Sanatatii n-a discutat cu consilierii. Mai mult, recunoaste ca nu exista comunicare institutionalizata,...
15.Raportul UDMR ambata 16 decembrie la Palatul Culturii s-a desfasurat sedinta comuna a Consiliului Reprezentantilor Unionali si a Consiliului de Coordonare al UDMR. Cu aceasta ocazie presedintele Uniunii Marko Bela a tinut sa aminteasca contributia maghiarilor din Romania la realizarea Revolutiei din 1989, atunci cand "un preot reformat din Timisoara...
16.Clujul inghite proiecte de sute de milioane de euro Cele mai importante investitii din judet vor fi concretizate in centre comerciale, de productie si de afaceri. Doua mari centre comerciale, mai multe fabrici, Autostrada Transilvania sunt lucrarile semnificative din acest an. Productia si sectorul comercial au atras in judet investitii de sute de milioane de euro.
17.Carlig, regele textilelor Presedintele grupului Jolidon, Gabriel Carlig, detine controlul asupra pietei textilelor din Cluj. Dupa ce a dobandit pachetul majoritar al principalului competitor, Argos, a cumparat, vinerea trecuta, si pachetul de control la LCS Conf, societate care detine marca Falla.
18.Fostii sefi de clinici din Timisoara vor sa isi recastige posturile in instanta. UMF ii sprijina pe managerii demisi din functie Doi sefi de sectii din cei noua carora Ministerul Sanatatii nu le mai da voie sa ocupe functii pentru ca au depasit varsta de 65 de ani au dat in judecata Spitalul Clinic Judetean nr.1 din Timisoara pentru a-si recastiga posturile.
19.Sefii ISJ Bistrita-Nasaud, protejati de ministrul Educatiei Ministrul Educatiei si Cercetarii, Mihail Hardau, a declarat la Bistrita ca apreciaza activitatea echipei de conducere a Inspectoratului Scolar Judetean, condusa de inspectorul general Horatiu Catalano sustinut de PC si de un inspector general-adjunct care a demisionat din PNL, pentru a se inscrie in PLD.
20."Jolidon" a devenit majoritar in fabrica lui Leordean Proprietarul Jolidon, Gabriel Carlig, a anuntat la sfarsitul saptamanii trecute ca a achizitionat actiunile LCS Conf, fabrica de confectii a lui Vasile Leordean. Pretul tranzactiei a fost de 800.000 de euro.
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