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Governing alliance quarrels on Privatization Office

Joi, 7 decembrie 2006, 0:00

After fighting all day yesterday on who should run the Economy Ministry, with a vacant seat after Seres’ resignation, the Democrats decided to let Liberals assume the portfolio.
Still, the arguing continued on the Privatization Office, subordinated by a Govt. Ordinance to the State Assets Agency (AVAS), instead of the Economy Ministry, as it was until now.

Democrats said on Thursday that the move is illegal, because the Ordinance only bears the AVAS signature, not a Justice Ministry approval.

Democrat vice president, Adriean Videanu, also claimed that the “Emergency Ordinance” had no urgent character at all and also shown that an energy crisis might be installed in case the ordinance is approved.

The stake for the entire scandal is quite important, the Privatization Office still holding in its portfolio some major companies in energy, chemistry, mining, gas transport and aeronautics: Hidroelectrica, Nuclearelectrica, Termoelectrica, Petrotrans, Conpet, Romgaz, Transgaz, Romarm, Romaero, IAR Ghimbav, Plafar, Oltchim, Automobile Craiova, Electrica Muntenia & Sud and Transilvania Nord & Sud.

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