Arhiva pentru data 20.12.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: December 20, 2006 The presentation of a report condemning the Romania’s communist regime in Parliament on Monday reverberates today with most newspapers continuing their reports on the events, aimed to coincide with the days of the 1989 anti-Communist revolution. In rest - trouble everywhere: with national legislation, with EU accession, with the stability of the government and even with some Cheeky Girl in love with a British MP.
2.International media on official condemnation of communism in Romania The New York Times and International Herald Tribune share a story on how Romanian President Traian Basescu received a red card from ultranationalists for a statement he made in the Parliament to denounce the communist regime, a move seen as a “belated attempt” to break with the communist past. The news also makes Western newspapers via Reuters and AP, while The Guardian, Le Figaro, BBC and Radio Free Europe talk about the report on the crimes of communism in Romania and how it was received with boos in the Parliament on Monday.
3.Russia to continue meat imports from EU Russia will continue to import animal products from the European Union in 2007 after the country’s Agriculture minister Alexei Gordeyev reached an agreement on the issue at talks with EU Commissioner for Health and Consumer Protection Markos Kyprianou, Itar-Tass reports. But animal product imports from Romania and Bulgaria will remained banned in Russia.
4.Germany for 2 year-restrictions on labor market The German Ministers' Council adopted, as foreseen, a series of restrictions against Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants, imposing labor-related restrictions until 2009, AFP informs, quoting the German Labor Minister.
5.President Basescu: Secret Services aren't NGOs Romanian president Traian Basescu declared on Wednesday that the "Security Laws", as transmitted by the Government, "need substantial changes", indicating that the secret services can't work as non-governmental organizations (NGOs)."When you find the first transparent information service, worldwide, I'd be happy to be informed", said Basescu.
6.EBRD grants 200 million euro to BRD Romanian bank BRD-Groupe Societe Generale and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EBRD signed an agreement for a 200 million euro loan on Wednesday. The money will be used for the development of the private sector, SMEs included.
7.Privatization of Savings House to continue as motion fails The Romanian Senate rejected a simple motion tabled by two opposition parties on the privatization of the Romanian Savings House - CEC, one of the last major banking companies yet to be sold by the Romanian state. The Social Democrats-PSD and the far-right Greater Romania Party-PRM submitted the motion to ask for the suspension of the sale of CEC to either OTP Bank (Hungary) or to the National Bank of Greece.
8.Sofia sanctioned for irregularities in flight traffic Bulgaria risks the activation of a EU safeguard clause related to the civilian airline traffic because of multiple safety standard problems. The European Commission confirmed on Wednesday that it would apply restrictions to Sofia in this area, meaning that the European air space would be closed for flights belonging to the main Bulgarian airline, according to the AFP agency.
9.Two consortiums clash for rehabilitation of Bucharest national stadium The main stadium in Romania, which became decrepit over the past decade, will be demolished and rebuilt. Only two consortiums of the 20 firms that bough the task papers for the project have submitted offers to start works at the Lia Manoliu National Stadium in Bucharest. The winner of the tender be announced in spring next year.
10.Romtelecom fura populatia! Reprezentantii Oficiului Pentru Protectia Consumatorului Cluj au inceput sa adune de la populatie facturi telefonice cu probleme sustinand ca operatorul de telefonie fixa incarca facturile si taxeaza numere care ar trebui sa fie gratuite.
11.Patronii din Campia Turzii se plang de personal, taxe si controale Circa 20 de patroni din unitatile de alimentatie publica din Campia Turzii au fost prezenti la o intalnire cu reprezentantii APC Campia Turzii si cei ai OPC Cluj. Acestia si-au spus oful: angajatii le pleaca in strainatate, taxele ii sufoca, iar controalele nu ii lasa sa „traiasca”.
12.Revolutionarii turdeni s-au scindat: Doua dezveliri ale aceluiasi monument anti-comunist! Revolutionarii turdeni s-au impartit in doua tabere care se acuza reciproc de tot felul de falsuri si de colaborare cu fosta Securitate. Din acest motiv, dezvelirea monumentului revolutionarilor, care va avea loc in 22 decembrie, se va face de doua ori. O data la ora 10 si inca o data la ora 11!
13.Gulagul clujean ZIUA de Cluj ii prezinta pe clujenii calai si pe victime, asa cum apar ei in Raportul de condamnare a comunismului
14.De.Be.Co. se intoarce Consiliul Judetean recunoaste ca a primit o noua oferta de la societatea italiana De.Be.Co. pentru refacerea stadionului. De.Be.Co. se arata interesata, din nou, de Ion Moina. Societatea este prima care a propus Consiliului Judetean (CJ) sa reconstruiasca stadionul.
15.Brandurile Clujului se pregatesc de integrare Companiile clujene cu branduri recunoscute au trecut, in ultimele luni, prin procese de restructurare, relocari, investitii in retehnologizare sau in imagine, pentru a deveni competitive pe o piata ce aduce, pe langa beneficiul liberei circulatii, si amenintari din partea concurentei.
16.U.E., „un fel de dragoste intre popoarele lumii” Uniunea Europeana, sau pentru unii „Uliulea Ieuropeana”, e un fel de... dragoste intre popoare sau de... Uniune Sovietica. De la 1 ianuarie 2007, mortii nu vor mai putea fi ingropati, taranilor li se va da un milion de lei vechi ca sa nu mai predea lapte la centrele de colectare, iar „grajdiurile” vor fi daramate.
17.Dreapta lui Becali are un deget clujean Clujeanul Pompiliu Manea, proaspat ales in functia de vicepresedinte al partidului prezidat de Gigi Becali, a facut cunoscute, ieri, planurile de viitor ale partidului si intentia de a construi o „dreapta romaneasca ce sa aduca numai beneficii tarii“.
18.Excluderea lectorilor ramine in ceata Ministerul Educatiei si Cercetarii (MEdC) si-a elaborat ieri concluziile comisiei care a verificat marti, 12 decembrie, sesizarile facute referitor la episodul montarii placutelor bilingve in Universitatea „Babes-Bolyai“ atit din partea celor implicati, cit si a unor institutii din afara tarii.
19.Ultimul guitat inainte de aderarea la UE Cu 12 zile inainte de aderarea la Uniunea Europeana, forja pe gaz inlocuind balotul de paie este singura diferenta dintre felul in care porcul se taia acum citeva sute de ani si felul in care acest lucru se face in Romania lui 2006.
20.1 miliard de euro pentru CJ Mures Executivul Consiliului Judetean Mures a intocmit bilantul activitatii pe anul acesta, declarand 2006 "un an bun". "Dupa un an de acomodare, proiectele au inceput sa se materializeze destul de serios. Au fost finalizate programele de dezvoltare ale judetului pentru perioada 2007-2013.
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