Die schönsten Gegenden in Rumänien

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9. The Cheile Nerei-Beusnita National Park

To many, the most spectacular canyon in Romania is found here. It is also the longest, at around 20 km, offering visitors a blend of wild scenery and tranquility. The Ochiul Beiului lake is also worth a stop: the water here is so clear you can see the fish swimming. More here.

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Rumänien und der Diebstahl der EU Funds, ein Balkan Syndarom

Lehrmeister waren immer Österreicher, Deutsche, US Politiker

Diebstahl der EU Funds, als Kultur Projekt im Balkan, wo immer korrupte EU Leute das auch ermöglichen.

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Romania Probes Deputy PM Over Corruption Claims

Romanian anti-graft prosecutors informed Deputy Prime Minister Sevil Shhaideh on Friday that she is a suspect in a corruption file.

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Romanian Deputy Prime Minister Sevil Shhaideh. Photo: Octav Ganea, AP.

Romania’s National Anti-Corruption Directorate, DNA, summoned Deputy Prime Minister Sevil Shhaideh for a hearing on Friday to inform her that she is a suspect in a graft case.

Shhaideh, who also heads the Ministry of Regional Development, told journalists she is not at liberty to disclose more information because the investigation is underway.

“I know my rights and I will discuss all the documents with my lawyer,” she added.

The Deputy Prime Minister in January 2017 was the governing Social Democratic Party’s first choice to lead the government, but her nomination was rejected by President Klaus Iohannis.

Anti-graft prosecutors have summoned other Social Democrat figures for investigations in the past two weeks, including two former prime ministers, Sorin Grindeanu and Victor Ponta, last week.

They said they were called in as witnesses and also refused to disclose any details about the cases.

A few days before the hearings, anti-graft prosecutors announced that they had opened an investigation into possible fraud over European Union funds committed by a road infrastructure constructor whose management is close to the Social Democrat leader, Liviu Dragnea. The prosecutors also raided the company’s headquarters.

Dragnea has denied any ties to the company.

Rumänien erhält eine muslimische Ministerpräsidentin

Rumänien erhält eine muslimische Ministerpräsidentin 

Die Regierungskoalition PSD-ALDE in Rumänien schlug die ehemalige Ministerin für „Regionale Entwicklung“ Sevil Shhaideh als Ministerpräsidentin vor. Bei der von Staatspräsident Klaus Jahannis geleiteten Abstimmung, präsentierte die sozialistisch-liberale Regierungskoalition Sevil Shhaideh als ihre Kandidatin für die Position der Regierungschefin, dies teilte Liviu Dragnea, der Präsident der PSD, mit und fügte hinzu, dass Frau Shhaideh auch […] Weiterlesen

Der Ehemann, arbeitet als Berater in Syiren für Assad, was wohl den NATO und Bestechungs Banditen in Deutschland nicht so erfreut.

Social-Democrats‘ Prime Minister proposal stirs controversies in Romania

The Social Democratic Party – PSD’s proposal for Prime Minister may raise some concern among Romania’s international partners. The potential PM’s husband is apparently a supporter of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a leader whose authority has been challenged by the U.S. and other Western countries, according to Romanian investigative journalism team RISE Project. Assad, who’s country has been torn apart by civil war …

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Rumänische Wahlkampf Leiterin verhaftet: Ana Maria Patru, welche hohe Bestechungs Summen erhielt

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Update: Corruption charges against the Permanent Electoral Authority, the institution’s head Ana Maria Patru remanded

National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) Ploiesti prosecutors have conducted searches on Tuesday at the residence of the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP) President Ana Maria Patru and at the institution, in a file investigating crimes of influence peddling and money laundering, judicial sources have said.

Ana Maria Patru was taken from her place in Voluntari to hearings at DNA Ploiesti and later in the evening she was placed under remand by the DNA.

Judicial sources said the searches are related to elections of the last election cycles, targeting mainly the elections in 2009. In 2009, Traian Basescu won a second term as president of Romania.

“In the morning of November 15, 2016, following authorization by the competent court, searches have been conducted in four locations in Bucharest and Ilfov and Valcea counties, in which a location is a public institution, the rest are residences of individuals,” DNA informs.

The deeds in question were committed during 2008 -2015.

AEP President’s husband has tried to flee with relevant documents for the DNA investigators, being stopped by policemen, sources quoted by Agerpres say. The documents are reportedly relevant for the investigation regarding the money circuit.

President Iohannis: The DNA investigation on AEP head – an unpleasant surprise. If prosecuted, she must be replaced

President Klaus Iohannis has said on Tuesday that the DNA investigation regarding the AEP head Ana Maria Patru is a very unpleasant surprise, adding that if prosecution is commenced she should be replaced from office.

“I don’t believe they (the elections results – our note) will be questioned and I don’t believe the way the institution functions will be fundamentally affected. It is a serious institution, it works for years in the elections issues and I am convinced it will do its job further on. The DNA investigation against the institution is a very, very unpleasant surprise,” the head of state said at Cotroceni Palace.

“It all depends on what the DNA will inform. For the time being I’ve learned the first checks have been conduced today. If prosecution is started, then certainly that person should be replaced,” Iohannis said, adding that he knows no details on the case.

Regarding the participation of PEA President, Mrs. Ana Maria Patru in the A-WEB election observation mission, to assess the implementation of new voting and ballot counting thechnologies, held in Kyrgystan

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Mrs. Ana Maria Pcitru, the President of the Permanent Electoral Authority of Romania is leading, the A-WEB observation and evaluation mission regarding the implementation of new voting and ballot counting technologies during parliamentary elections in Kyrgyz Republic, event held on 4th of October 2015.

The mission is held between 1st – 6th October 2015, inside the „Election Visitor Program”, initiated by A-WEB and focuses on knowledge and experience exchange in electoral field between A-WEB member states.

Ensuring free and democratic elections is part of the National Strategy for Sustainable Development of the Kyrgyz Republic and it represents the ground bases of the Kyrgyz Government’s decision to use these thechnologies in the electoral process.

For enrolling voters using biometric thechnology and for developing the electronic vote counting system, the Central Election Commision of the Republic of Kyrgystan signed a Memorandum of Understanding with A-WEB, benefiting thus, from technical assistance from the Association.
Regarding these elections, one of the main A-WEB objectives is to evaluate if the introduction of the voters enrolling system, using biometric technology and the implementation of the electronic ballot counting system are likely to increase eficiency, transparency and accountability in elections.

„This project will prove how IT solutions, correctly evaluated and implemented may encrease confidence in electoral processes and consolidate democracy” said Mrs. Ana Maria Patru at the official opening of the A-WEB mission in Kyrgystan.
Romania is a member of A-WEB since 2013 and will take over the Presidency of the Association in 2017 through the PEA President, Mrs. Ana Maria Patru.

Ea e MILIONARA care a TURNAT-O pe Ana Maria Pătru la DNA

Autor: Cristi Teodorescu
Irina Socol, patroana firmei Siveco, este cea care a denunțat-o la DNA pe Ana Maria Pătru, președintele Autorității Electorale Permanente. Socol a fost deja condamnată într-un dosar și are mai multe pe rol şi ar fi încercat astfel să-şi negocieze pedepse cu suspendare.

Irina Socol s-a întâlnit duminică cu Ana Maria Pătru având tehnică de interceptare asupra sa. Discuţia ar fi avut loc într-o cafenea timp de 2 ore, timp în care Socol i-a amintit lui Pătru despre discuţiile din trecut privind contractele. Se pare că această discuţie ar fi devenit o probă pentru DNA, anunță flux24.roPătru a fost reţinută marţi seară de DNA. Procurorii DNA Ploieşti au dispus efectuarea urmăririi penale faţă de preşedintele Autorităţii Electorale Permanente (AEP), Ana Maria Pătru, la data faptei vicepreşedinte al instituţiei – funcţie cu rang de secretar de stat, pentru trei infracţiuni de trafic de influenţă şi două infracţiuni de spălare a banilor.

Potrivit unui comunicat de presă transmis, marţi seară, de DNA, în perioada aprilie-iunie 2008, suspecta Ana Maria Pătru, în calitate de vicepreşedinte al AEP, a pretins, iar în anul 2009 a şi primit de la reprezentanţii unei societăţi comerciale, suma de 210.000 euro, reprezentând contravaloarea unui anumit imobil situat în municipiul Bucureşti.

Anchetatorii spun că, în schimbul primirii acestui bun, Pătru a promis că va susţine derularea în bune condiţii a unui contract încheiat de acea societate cu AEP, precum şi că va susţine firma să obţină şi să deruleze contracte viitoare, fapt care s-a şi realizat.

GE Betrugs- Windpark Geschäfte in Rumänien: heute 900 Millionen € Verlust

GE lieferte Wind Turbinen und schon macht man im billigen Rumänien angeblich hohe Millionen Verluste

Größter Windpark Europas in Rumänien am Netz

Foto: ap/Kellermeister

Europas größter Windpark am Stromnetz: In Rumänien drehen sich 240 Rotoren mit je 2,5 Megawatt-Leistung bei Dobrogea im Landkreis Constanta. Sie produzieren laut 600 Megawatt Strom. Die Leistung reicht, um rund eine Million Haushalte des Landes mit sauberer Energie zu versorgen.

Betreiber des Parks ist die rumänische Firma CEZ Romania. Die Windräder baute General Electric (GE), die in Osteuropa damit ihre eintausendste Anlage im Megawatt-Bereich errichtete.

Welterfolg der 2,5 MW-Windmühlen fortgesetzt

„Bevor wir mit unserem Projekt begonnen haben, lag die installierte Leistung an Windenergie bei lediglich 14 Megawatt“, zitiert den Projektleiter der Baufirma, die die Komponenten der Windräder im rumänischen Park auf der ganzen Welt fertigen ließ. „Die Gondeln, beispielsweise, stammen aus dem GE-Werk in Salzbergen, während die Rotorblätter und Türme aus Deutschland, Brasilien, der Tschechischen Republik, Dänemark, Polen und China geliefert wurden“, schreibt

Wind energy investors in Romania record EUR 900 mln losses in two years

Investors in the wind energy sector in Romania recorded losses of RON 4 billion (EUR 900 million) in 2014 and 2015 due to the changes in the legal system, according to a study concluded by EY at the request of the Romanian Wind Energy Association (RWEA). The association represents the interests of the companies in this sector.

The report was made based on the financial reports the companies submitted to the Trade Registry’s Office (ONRC). The net losses of the companies active in the wind energy sector were RON 1.9 billion (EUR 427 million) last year and reached a cumulated value of RON 4 billion in 2014 and 2015.

The companies active in this sector have carried out investments totaling EUR 5 billion, according to RWEA. Thus, they have lost almost a fifth of their investments in just two years.

The factors which led to significant losses for the most important players in the industry were the depreciation of assets and the loan reimbursement. Investors need 30 years to reimburse the loans accessed to build wind energy parks. However, the life cycle of such a plant is 20 years, according to the EY study.

The industry now gets an “improperly calibrated” state help that leads the industry to bankruptcy, shows the same study.

The wind energy sector saw a boom between 2010 and 2013, when the state provided a generous support scheme. The scheme was later reduced as the industrial consumers, which had to pay for the support scheme together with the household consumers, were unhappy with the high costs and put pressure on the state to reduce their burden.

Romania has wind energy projects with a total installed capacity of over 3TW, most of which were created between 2010 and 2012. The biggest wind parks are located in Dobrogea, eastern Romania. In 2015, Romania’s wind energy production reached 7.04 TWh, representing 13.3% of Romania’s final electricity consumption, according to RWEA.

Large wind energy investors in Romania post EUR 450 mln losses

Korrumpiert durch US und EU Lobbyisten, hat Rumänien die Nase voll von den EU, IMF, Weltbank Verbrechern

Romania has zero EU fund absorption from the 2014-2020 allocation


Romania hasn’t managed to draw any EU funds from the 2014-2020 financial allocation and the absorption rate estimated for the big programs for this year is zero, according to a memorandum discussed by the Government on Wednesday. The European Commission has allotted Romania over EUR 30 billion to spend in the 2014-2020 period.

Romania’s Government has been asked to send to the European Commission its estimates on the EU funds it expects to draw in 2016 and 2017. So far, Romania hasn’t drawn any funds, according to the official document, quoted by

Romania loses lawsuit against Enel at International Court of Arbitration


Romania has lost the lawsuit against Italian group Enel at the International Court of Arbitration in Paris.

The state has sued the energy company for breaching the privatization contract of Electrica Muntenia Sud, and has asked for damages of over EUR 920 million.

Following the court’s decision, the state now needs to pay the lawsuit costs amounting to USD 1.3 million to Enel, according to the Energy Ministry.

The state previously lost the lawsuits against two other investors that bought subsidiaries of the state-owned company Electrica, namely Czech group CEZ and German group E.ON.

The state sued these companies following a control of the Court of Auditors from 2012-2013 which revealed that the investors hadn’t respected their privatization contracts. However, the Court of Auditors didn’t bring concrete evidence to support their reports.

Romanian companies Electrica and SAPE, which manage the state’s electricity distribution assets have contested the Court of Auditors reports in Romanian court but lost, according to the Energy Ministry.

Italian group Enel holds off sale of Romanian assets

Paris Arbitrage Court admits Romanian state’s EUR 521

Privatisierungs Opfer: das grösste HEC Wasser Kraftwerk: Hidroelectrica in Rumänien ist insolvent

erzwungene, erpresste Privatisierungen und auch die besten Wasserkraftwerke werden in die Insolvenz getrieben, durch ungünstige und unnötige Verträge mit Strom Handelsfirmen. Die Einnahme- und Finanz Quellen gab man aus der Hand, wo man identisch Bankrott ging, wie mit der Tschechischen Firma CEZ in Albanien.
Einer der vielen unendlichen Skandale der inkompetenden Weltbank und EU Berater, rund um Mafiöse Privatisierungen.

Romania’s largest power producer exits insolvency


Romania’s largest state-owned electricity producer Hidroelectrica exited insolvency after four years, the Bucharest Court decided yesterday.

The court postponed twice the decision on Hidroelectrica’s insolvency exit due to legal actions by the company’s former clients.

The producer entered insolvency in June 2012 due to a weakening financial situation caused by the unfavorable contracts with various local and foreign electricity traders. The company sold its electricity way under market prices, and sometimes even at a loss. All these contracts were cancelled when the company entered insolvency.

Hidroelectrica thus started selling electricity on the free market, through transparent procedures, and managed to become one of the most profitable companies in Romania. The company was out of insolvency after one year, in June 2013, but the litigations with former clients brought the company back into insolvency in February 2014.

During the insolvency period, the firm was managed by the judicial administrator Remus Borza. He said yesterday that the court’s decision was not final, but that it was enforceable.

The company’s shareholders now need to elect a Supervisory Board and to prepare the company’s listing on the stock market. The Energy Ministry holds 80% of the company and local investment fund has 20%.

US Provokations Militär Müll in Rumänien: Nato-Raketenabwehr „Zu teuer und wenig effizient“

Das „Aegis“-System der Amerikaner können die Russen mit einfachen Mitteln ausschalten, wie bewiesen ist.
12. Mai 2016
 Nato-Raketenabwehr „Zu teuer und wenig effizient“


In Deveselu in Rumänien steht die Radaranlage der ersten Abwehrbasis für das Nato-Schutzschild.  Foto: dpa

Die Nato-Raketenabwehr ist am Donnerstag mit der Installation des Rumänien-Stützpunkts in eine neue Phase eingetreten – doch Experten sehen sie kritisch. Sie sei zu teuer, ineffizient und die falsche Antwort auf eine vermeintliche Bedrohung.

Die Raketenabwehr der Nato ist umstritten und belastet zusätzlich das angespannte Verhältnis Russlands und der Nato-Staaten. Kritiker des Abwehrsystems wie der Friedensforscher Hans-Joachim Spanger von der Hessischen Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung halten es für zu teuer, ineffizient und für die falsche Antwort auf eine vermeintliche Bedrohung.

Spanger und andere Experten halten es für nahezu ausgeschlossen, dass Teheran tatsächlich mit ein paar Raketen europäische Ziele oder US-Stützpunkte in Europa angreifen und damit einen Krieg anzetteln würden, der Iran mehr schaden würde als umgekehrt. Zusätzlich zweifeln sie an der Effizienz. Bereits die Tests zeigen, dass die Nato statistisch lediglich etwa acht von zehn Raketen entdecken und zerstören kann. In einer realen Gefechtssituation ist die Rate nach Ansicht der Experten noch geringer. Dafür ist das Abwehrsystem aber viel zu teuer. Die rund 1,6 Milliarden Dollar allein für die Stützpunkte in Rumänien und Polen sind nur ein Teil der Kosten. Für die Soldaten und den Betrieb der Anlagen fallen jährlich weitere Summen an. Diese Kosten veröffentlicht die Nato jedoch nicht. Es ist also nicht möglich genau zu beziffern, wie teuer die Raketenabwehr in Europa ist.

Laut US-Magazin „Defence One“ hat Washington seit 2002 rund 40 Milliarden Dollar investiert, um die USA und die europäischen Nato-Staaten vor Raketenangriffen zu schützen. Deshalb sagt Spanger: „Die Militärs entdecken eine Sicherheitslücke und Rüstungsfirmen liefern die Waffen. Und all das nur, weil die USA unverwundbar sein wollen.“ Ohnehin glauben Experten nicht, dass Europa oder die USA durch noch mehr Waffen sicherer werden. Sie fordern politische Lösungen und mehr Abrüstungsgespräche etwa mit dem Iran.

Sicherheitspolitiker der USA und der Nato entgegnen allerdings, der Iran sei nicht die einzige Bedrohung im Nahen Osten. Zudem ist es demnach notwendig, eine komplexe Raketenabwehr zu installieren, bevor ein potenzieller Gegner ein Land attackieren könne. Zudem forderten Politiker in den verschiedenen Nato-Staaten ein Abwehrsystem, damit die Menschen sicher leben könnten. Für sie sind die Kosten für diese Prävention nicht zu hoch.

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Deppen Land EU: 30 % aller Fahrzeuge in Rumänien haben keine Versicherung

Unter den Kommunisten gab es sowas nicht, die Privatisierungs Mafia hat zugeschlagen und Nichts funktioniert mehr. Wie in Griechenland, Ukraine, wurde Rumänien von den Profi kriminellen Wirtschafts Verbänden und den Deutschen Regierungs Politikern ruiniert und korrumpiert.
Die EU Spinner der Inkompetenz, produzieren nur Luft Schlösser und Papier und möglichst mit der Banken und Rüstungs Mafia. Warum Nichts funktioniert, die Justiz Missionen wie in Albanien, bis zur Ukraine Luftschlösser der Geldvernichtung sind, im Stile der „Camorra“ kann heute niemand mehr verstehen. Das korrupte Idioten die EU Commission übernommen haben, wurde Jedem klar mit dem Ukraine Verbrechen des Putsches und der Erpressung. Identisch die Hirnlosen Verbrecher Banden mit Griechenland, wo man im Solde der Banken Mafia operiert.

Worrying statistics: Three out of ten cars in Romania don’t have mandatory insurance

by Diana Mesesan

Only about 72% of cars registered in Romania had the mandatory insurance RCA at the end of June 2015, although the European institutions require a minimum of 85%, according to Romania’s Competition Council.

Apparently this means that three out of ten cars run without the RCA insurance. However, the Competition Council representatives said that the percentages were not very clear. About 30% cars don’t have insurance, but it’s not very clear how many of them actually run in the streets, according to local news site

The mandatory car insurance or liability insurance, simply known as RCA, pays for the other driver’s medical, vehicle repair, and other costs when the policyholder is at fault in an accident.

The percentage of insured cars dropped between 2011 and 2015. In 2011, about 74% of the cars had the RCA insurance. By mid-2015, the rate went down to 72%.

Among vehicles such as trucks and vans, the percentage of those insured is even lower, amounting to about 52% at the end of June last year, according to the Competition Council.

However, not all parts agree on these percentages. Sorin Greceanu, head of the Street Victim Protection Fund, said that the number of cars that have the mandatory insurance was between 90% and 95%.

“What the Competition Council wants to show is that the number has been dropping in the last years, but the percentages are not exact,” Greceanu said, according to…..