The government is preparing to buy stake in energy companies. The list would be the Hidroelectrica shareholding owned by FP The Energy Participation Management Company (SAPE), subordinated to the Ministry of
The government is preparing to buy stake in energy companies. The list would be the Hidroelectrica shareholding owned by FP
The Energy Participation Management Company (SAPE), subordinated to the Ministry of Energy, plans to acquire stake in energy companies. One option could be the redemption of the shareholding of Fondul Proprietatea in Hidroelectrica.
The offshore law strikes the spot in Parliament. New negotiations would take place
Today, the specialists from both parties meet to discuss what changes to bring to the law governing the Black Sea gas extraction. This is the case after the companies in the field reported that they will not continue the investments if the law will remain in the shape desired by Liviu Dragnea, Realitatea TV announced.
CURS poll: Who’s the highest-rated presidential candidate?
According to a CURS opinion poll conducted during September 20-October 1, president Klaus Iohannis is favorite to win a second presidential term at the elections in 2019. 40% of the respondents would vote for Iohannis. ALDE leader Calin Popescu Tariceanu, currently Senate Speaker, would get 29% of the votes, while PSD chairman Liviu Dragnea 13%. Former PM Dacian Ciolos is credited with 10 per cent of the voting intentions, Kelemen Hunor with 2 per cent. 5 pc of the votes would go for another candidate.
Source: Romania Journal
The first Congress of Pro Romania, on Sunday, at Romexpo
Pro Romania, it will meet on Sunday at the first National Congress to be held at Romexpo, preceded by more debates with civil society, social partners and academia, informs a press release from AGERPRES. According to the cited source, the Congress will be preceded on Saturday by a series of debates that Pro Romania organizes together with civil society, social partners and academia on the following areas: European funds, public administration, social inclusion, civil society, foreign policy, education, energy, transport, justice, agriculture, the environment, economy, bureaucracy, health and digitization.