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National Integrity Council presidency candidates validated The National Integrity Council (CNI) validated on Friday all 10 candidates who run for the presidency of the National Integrity Agency, after the session on Thursday was closed for lack of quorum. The Integrity Agency (ANI) will be the institution enabled to check on the dignitaries' wealth.
Economy Minister: Romania will benefit from European funds of at least 2.5 billion euro Economy and Finance Minister Varujan Vosganian declared on Friday that he expects Romania to absorb in 2008 some 3.5 - 3 billion euro worth of European funds, after benefiting from only 1.5 billions in 2007, NewsIn informs. "From the point of view of institutions, the thing are prepared. We introduced in the 2008 budget draft an absorption rate between 2.5 and 3 billion euro", said Vosganian.
Central Bank against Govt. salary policy Central Bank Governor Mugur Isarescu drew the attention towards the fact that the monetary policy of the institution he leads must be helped and supported by the wage and fiscal policies of the Romanian Government. "It is impossible to have a long term inflation rate under 10% when the salaries grow with rates well above 10%”, said Isarescu in an interview for the Market News International (MNI) news agency.
Romania qualifies to Euro 2008 football championship In the last game, played against Albania, Romania’s national football team took advantage on the fact that Albanians chose an opened game and paid their dues towards supporters after a poor game against Bulgaria. With a final score showing an incredible 6:1. Dica (x2), Tamas, Daniel Niculae (x2) and Marica offered a game with no reply.
Romanian President Basescu challenges constitutionality of Government's uninominal voting system Romanian President Traian Basescu challenged the uninominal voting system proposed by a Government-supported bill at the Constitutional Court on Wednesday. According to Romanian law, Basescu was expected to have his say on the bill put forward by the government by November 26, a day after a referendum on the introduction of uninominal voting in Romania, in a different formula proposed by Basescu. But it is highly unlikely the Court will have an answer to Basescu's challenge by then.
US Ambassador to Romania says new Transilvania highway is strategic advancement for the US The highway project linking the center of Romania with its Western borders might put to NATO and US military use. American Ambassador to Romania Nicholas Taubman said during a visit to the city of Cluj that besides any economic advantages a highway may presume, it is also a strategic point for the armed forces.
Bad weather warning for half of Romania Meteorologists have issued an orange code flood warning for three counties in South Romania while other 20 are under yellow code warning for bad weather. By Sunday night, dozens of houses were isolated and electricity networks affected in 45 villages. While floods threaten the southern part of Romania, the North of the country faces heavy snow.
Ceausescu's secret police tried to kill ex-head Pacepa with 10,000 dollars The Romanian secret services - the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) and the Romanian Foreign Service (SIE) - are blocking the access to the names of former secret police officers who coordinated with terrorist Carlos the Jackal several killings in the 80's, says Richard Cummings, former security head of Radio Free Europe.
The Economist: “A dissertation on Romanian pork: Sometimes it is better not to apply the full rigour of European rules” In a wide article dedicated to the way Romanian people will spend their Christmas, The Economist writes about the two major concerns: it costs a lot and the way Romanian sacrifice their pigs is not accepted by the European regulations. Of course, the main source of discontent refers to the European rules. Speaking of money, the European Commission threatens to freeze a 180 million Euro financing in case Romania doesn’t abide the term to instate the anti-fraud control authorities.
Romania - 13th worst polluter in Europe. US lead globally Romania ranks 13th among the top pollution producers in Europe, with 34.5 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year. Red alerts were recorded for Germany (356 million tons), the United Kingdom (212 million tons) and Poland (166 million tons). On a global level, Romania ranks 33rd.
Head of British Petroleum Romania suspect of involvement in Carlos the Jackal's terrorist bombing Five Romanian diplomats who worked in Bonn during the Communist regime were recently accused by the Institute for Researching Communist Crimes in Romania (IICCR) of involvement in the placing of explosive devices in packages sent to Romanian anti-Communist dissidents. One of the five diplomats listed in the criminal complaint tabled at the Military Court of Justice is Dan Mihoc, currently general manager of the company representing British Petroleum in Romania.

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