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1.What the newspapers say: December 19, 2006 President Traian Basescu condemned communism in the name of the Romanian state with a speech in Parliament on Tuesday - and that was just enough to spark unprecedented chaos among legislators, as newspapers report today. The December 1989 anti-communist revolution is also remembered on many of today’s front pages, along with various reports about the accession of Romania in the EU on January 1, 2007.
2.Heavy rain falls, floods expected in spring 2007 The National Institute of Hydrology and Water Management-INHGA in Bucharest has announced that Romania will face high flood risks in spring 2007 as the dry season of late 2006 comes to an end and makes way for snow falls in the coming period.
3.Bad weather hits Bucharest The Romanian capital faced serious traffic problems on Tuesday as bad weather took over the the already overcrowded city in a period when everybody is preparing for Christmas. According to meteorologists, while it is expected to rain today, decreasing temperatures will soon bring non the first snow of the year.
4.EU Commissioner warns Romania on justice reform European Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn has warned Romania in a BBC interview that the EU would continue to monitor the country’s performance in the reform of Justice, one of the issues where Bucharest risks the activation of a safeguard clause linked to the establishment of a National Agency for Integrity - ANI.
5.Parliament adopts 2007 budget The Romanian Parliament adopted the state budget for 2007 on Tuesday. The budget law was passed with 187 votes in favor and 139 against. MPs also passed the state insurance budget for 2007 with 191 votes against 140 and one abstention.
6.New CEFTA accord signed in Bucharest The prime ministers of Albania, Bosnia-Hertegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia signed a new Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) in Bucharest on Tuesday. The deal replaces the current network of 32 bilateral and free trade accords between SE Europe countries and will contribute to the creation of a free trade area in the region.
7.16 deputies, 8 senators resign from National Liberal Party 24 parliamentarians who have joined the dissident “Liberal Platform” movement this autumn have announced their resignation from the National Liberal Party-PNL, one of the two major political groups forming the governing coalition. They first planned to resign last week, but opted to postpone the move until the state budget is adopted. The Parliament passed the bill earlier today.
8.Iasi sub-prefect found dead Florin Ungureanu, the sub-prefect of Eastern Romanian city of Iasi, was found dead, gun by his side in an annex to his home on Tuesday. Local police told HotNews.ro that it was not yet known if he committed suicide or it was a murder, or accident. Ungureanu, 44, father of one, had just remarried. He had just taken over part of the responsibilities of Iasi prefect Radu Prisacaru after he became the subject of an anti-corruption investigation.
9.Bucharest City Hall may deliver huge parcels to business partner The Luxten company, providing public lighting services for Bucharest, may receive three parcels of land for free in key residential areas of the Romanian Capital in a deal that city officials find hard to explain. The Bucharest General Council is due to debate a proposal in this regard that has already been signed by Mayor Adriean Videanu.
10.Rusine comunistilor din Parlament! Politicienii clujeni acuza comportamentul PRM la prezentarea Raportului Tismaneanu si apreciaza discursul lui Basescu. Presedintele a afirmat, ieri, in fata Parlamentului, ca, in calitate de sef al statului, condamna explicit si categoric sistemul comunist. Pe durata discursului, parlamentarii PRM au fluierat si huiduit, creand o atmosfera rusinoasa.
11.In Cluj se construieste mult, oriunde si oricum Perioadei de stagnare de pe vremea fostului primar Gheorghe Funar i-a urmat o adevarata explozie in constructia de locuinte. Dezvoltatorii imobiliari au inceput, in 2006, sa treaca de la construirea cate unui bloc de locuinte la proiecte de anvergura: ansambluri cu zeci de locuinte si investitii de milioane de euro.
12.Telefoane mobile conectate la piata neagra Nevoia de a intra in posesia unui telefon mobil ultimul racnet, la pret de nimic daca se poate, a creat, la Cluj, adevarate retele, formate atat din traficanti de telefoane mobile aduse din Occident, cat si din societati autorizate.
13."Ma voi intoarce la Cluj" In interviul acordat ZIUA de Cluj, Daniel Morar analizeaza schimbarile prin care trece institutia pe care o conduce, structural, cat si din punctul de vedere al perceptiei. El sustine ca nu e de acord cu contopirea DNA cu Directia de Investigare a Infractiunilor de Criminalitate Organizata si Terorism si ca finalul carierei
14.Un sfert din sibieni au probleme cu potenta Conform celor mai recente statistici, tulburarile de dinamica sexuala afecteaza unul din patru, dintre barbatii trecuti de varsta de 35 de ani. La varstele de peste 50 de ani, aceasta patologie afecteaza aproape 50 la suta din populatia de sex masculin
15.Artificii de 320.000 de euro Spectacolul de artificii si lumini ce va inaugura programul cultural din 2007 va costa nu mai putin de 1.120.000 RON, adica aproximativ 320.000 de euro.
16.ULBS premiata de Minister Universitatea “Lucian Blaga” din Sibiu se numara printre cele 11 Universitati din toata tara premiate la sfarsitul saptamanii trecute de catre Ministerul Educatiei si Cercetarii pentru activitatile si performantele lor in anul 2006.
17.Moneda cu Sibiul... dar nu la Sibiu Banca Nationala a Romaniei a pus in circulatie, pe 11 decembrie, o moneda din argint cu valoarea nominala de 5 lei, cu ocazia nominalizarii Sibiului ca si capitala Culturala Europeana. Chiar daca este dedicata Sibiului, tocmai sibienii sunt cei care nu pot sa o cumpere pentru ca BNR a pus-o in vanzare doar la Iasi, Cluj, Timisoara si Bucuresti.
18.Soferii de TIR retinuti in Ungaria au fost eliberati Soferii de tir romani retinuti in Ungaria, in urma scandalului izbucnit in vama Artand, intre ei si granicerii maghiari, au fost eliberati duminica. Potrivit mamei unuia dintre soferii retinuti, Livia Rus, politia din Ungaria ii cerceteaza pe romani pentru ultraj.
19.Regioanala CFR Timisoara nu se da dusa din "Palatul Apelor" Una dintre cele mai impozante cladiri din Timisoara, supranumita "Palatul Apelor", continua sa fie un autentic "mar al discordiei" intre Directia Apelor Banat si Regionala CFR Timisoara.
20."Teparii" s-au intors! La numai doua luni dupa ce au fost sigilate, in urma a numeroase sesizari din partea clujenilor inselati, cele doua case de schimb valutar administrate de SC Saralex Grup SRL au fost redeschise saptamina trecuta.
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