US Ambassador Hans Klemm voices concern over amendments to the Criminal Codes The US Ambassador to Bucharest, Hans Klemm, has voiced concern on Monday, mentioning other eleven envoys, regarding the amendments
US Ambassador Hans Klemm voices concern over amendments to the Criminal Codes
The US Ambassador to Bucharest, Hans Klemm, has voiced concern on Monday, mentioning other eleven envoys, regarding the amendments to the Criminal Codes, given that these amendments could have had consequences in terms of fight against organized crime and terrorism. Ambassador Klemm said that Parliament is the forum to review the laws of justice, adding that he had been concerned about the above mentioned amendments, being one of the 12 ambassadors who expressed preoccupation in June.
Source: Romania Journal
Dan Catalin Stancu leaves Electrica’s CEO / will be replaced by Georgeta Corina Popescu
The Electrica SA Board of Directors and General Manager, Dan Cătălin Stancu, agreed to terminate the collaboration starting with November 1, 2018, according to a press release issued by Electrica SA. In his place, he was appointed as the interim director, for a period of one year or until the appointment of a new General Manager, Georgeta Corina Popescu. Since June 2018, he has held the position of General Manager of Muntenia Nord Electricity Distribution Company, part of the Electrica Group. This change of office is only a few days after Arielle Malard de Rothschild decided to give up the position of member of the board of directors of Electrica SA.
Opposition calls for resumption of talks on Offshore Law
Several opposition leaders have called for the resumption of talks in parliamentary committees on offshore law. One of them draws the attention that investors could make the decision to withdraw from the Black Sea. „The offshore law is blocked in Parliament for two weeks. This is because parliamentarians and public opinion do not understand the importance of this economic project for Romania over the next 30 years! „, Says USR deputy Cristina Pruna.
Black Sea gas may no longer reach the Romanian power stations or Hungarian gas pipelines, but directly on the arbitration court
Despite the populist calculations made by various politicians, the exploitation of Black Sea gas is in real danger, for the first time, during the talks held Wednesday in Parliament, both sides expressing their positions, which at first sight seem irreconcilable.