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Veal soup with short pasta

Veal soup with short pasta

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Wash the vegetables, clean them and cut them into cubes.

We cut the meat and cut it into small pieces.

Heat the oil in a pot and add the onion and vegetables, fry them a little, add the meat and veal bones and fry them together with the vegetables, stirring.

Add hot water and cover with a lid, cook for about 40 minutes on low heat.

If the meat is cooked, add the pasta, diced pickled donut, tomato paste and let the soup boil for another 15 minutes.

At the end we add salt and pepper.

Wash the parsley and tarragon and cut them into small pieces and then sprinkle them over the soup.

Serve hot with sour cream.

Good appetite !!!

Veal sparrow with pasta

Veal sparrow with pasta from: veal sparrow, pasta, eggs, sheep's milk, oil, butter, salt and pepper.


  • 500 g veal sparrow
  • 600 g short pasta
  • 4 eggs
  • 150 g of sheep's milk
  • 50 ml oil
  • 50 g butter
  • salt
  • pepper

Method of preparation:

Peel a squash, grate it and wash it well. Finely chop the meat, sprinkle with salt and pepper and fry in butter over medium heat until well penetrated and browned on all sides. Boil the pasta in salted water, drain the water in which they boiled and mix with the meat.

Separately, mix in a bowl the eggs with the cheese given on the large grater, salt and pepper to taste. Put the pasta and meat in a large tray and pour the egg and cheese mixture over them. Put the tray in the hot oven and bake on low heat until the dish is browned on top.

Mexican-style belly soup

Tripe soup
It is a traditional dish in Mexico, as spicy as possible, common especially at New Year's table.

Preparation time: 20 minutes

Cooking time: 3 hours, 30 minutes

Necessary ingredients

- 2 cloves of garlic, chopped

- 1/2 teaspoon coriander seeds

- 1/4 teaspoon dried oregano

- 1/4 teaspoon hot red pepper, crushed

- 1/4 teaspoon black pepper

- a few slices of lime

Method of preparation

Cut the beef belly into 3 cm pieces, then boil it with the veal chop and onion, garlic, salt, pepper, coriander, oregano and red pepper. Boil in a covered pot over low heat for three hours, until the belly begins to be more gelatinous.

Remove the veal steak and let it cool, then clean the meat from the bones and cut it into slices. Put it back in the pot, cover and let the soup boil for another 20 minutes.

At the end, decorate with lemon slices and serve with red hot peppers.

Either you choose recipe of tripe soup with Romanian tradition, whether you opt for the more spicy, Mexican-inspired version, modify the list of ingredients to your liking, to get the best dish.

Press Review - June 11. & # 8221Reform by multiplication. How the Government multiplies the positions in the state under the pretext of the reforms in PNRR & # 8221

Good morning on a Friday, June 11! ANM has made a map of the areas to be affected by atmospheric instability starting from Thursday, June 10, at 12.00, until Sunday, June 13, at 23.00. In the mentioned interval, there will be periods in which the atmospheric instability will be manifested by showers that will also have torrential character, electric discharges, short-term intensifications of the wind, storms and, in isolation, hail. These phenomena will be reported on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays (June 10, 11 and 12), especially in the afternoon and evening, in the hilly and mountainous areas, as well as in the south and center of the territory. From Saturday night to Sunday (June 12/13), the area of ​​significant rainfall will gradually expand from the northwest and will cover all regions. In short time intervals or by accumulation, the quantities of water will exceed 15 & # 823020 l / sqm and, on restricted areas, 25 & # 823050 l / sqm. In the Bucharest the weather will be generally unstable, especially in the afternoon and evening, when there will be temporary heavy clouds, showers and lightning.. The maximum temperature will be 24… 25 gr, and the minimum will be around 15 gr.

The pandemic has "disappeared", vaccination is on its wayThe number of new cases of COVID-19 is declining daily (140 announced on Wednesday), and vaccination has entered the same trend. This calls into question the ability to stop a possible four wave of the pandemic, which is expected in the fall, health experts say. A fourth wave will, in all probability, be dominated by the Indian strain of coronavirus, which is 40% more infectious than the British one. On June 8, Romania vaccinated 49,467 people against COVID, of which only 19,248 with the first dose, and two days before the figure was 15,249. The downward curve is maintained despite the government's campaign, which does not appear to have a mobilizing effect. The failure of vaccination is even better compared to the situation in the European Union, where Romania is in second place in the queue, only Bulgaria being behind it, according to the site The percentage of people vaccinated with both doses is 21%, show European data & # 8230. Although it is not possible to speak of a "post-pandemic era", as President Klaus Iohannis declared, it is certain that the number of new cases has dropped drastically, as has the number of patients admitted to intensive care units. What are the causes of this obvious slowdown in the pandemic? Doctor and researcher Octavian Jurma claims that it is a combination of two factors: immunity (from herd and vaccination) and the small number of tests. "This outflow was mainly due to the infection of about 30-40% of the population with the virus, which together with vaccinations, which are also in about 20% of the population, makes us have an immunization somewhere around 50-60%, which which explains the decrease”. The immunity of the population should be 80% in the case of the Indian variant However, the danger is far from gone, as can be seen from the situation in the UK, which reached 2,000 cases a day, with the Indian version (called Delta) spreading faster than expected. Recently, the UK's national statistics agency said that new data show 75% increase in infections in England in the last week of May, which calls into question the planned relaxations for June. This variant, called "Delta" by the World Health Organization (WHO), says Professor Razvan Cherecheș, infects twice as many people as the classic strain, which is why the percentage of the immunized population should increase from 70% to 80% to be able to return to a normal life, but especially to prevent a possible wave four. Integral:

The Indian variant of coronavirus alarms doctors: gangrene, hearing loss, micro-thrombi, stomach pain & # 8211 among the new symptomsThe delta variant of the coronavirus that fueled India's second devastating wave is the most infectious to date. Doctors now want to know if the new symptoms in Indian patients mean it is even worse, Bloomberg reports. Hearing problems, severe stomach pain and blood clots leading to gangrene, symptoms that were not usually seen among Covid patients, have been linked to doctors in India by the variant that appeared in this country. Preliminary evidence in England and Scotland, where the Indian variant has become dominant, shows that this leads to a higher risk of hospitalization. Sub-strain B.1.617.2 (called the delta by the WHO), one of the 3 lines of variant B.1.617 that appeared in India, has spread to over 60 countries in the last 6 months and has led to the implementation of new travel restrictions. in some countries. An increase in the number of infections fueled by the variant has forced British authorities to reconsider their reopening plans this month, with the London press writing that further relaxation of the restrictions could be postponed by two weeks. Authorities in Singapore have found that 95% of local cases of Covid are related to concerns. The higher transmission rate and the lower effectiveness of vaccines against them made their understanding all the more critical. "Last year we thought we had learned about our enemy but it has changed," says Ghafur. "The virus has become so, so unpredictable," he explains. Abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, diarrhea, hearing problems and joint pain are among the new symptoms that patients diagnosed with Covid have, according to several doctors who treat patients in different regions of India. There is very little evidence that South African and Brazilian variants of coronavirus (called beta and gamma by the WHO) cause unusual clinical symptoms, according to a study published by researchers at the University of New South Wales last month. Some patients develop micro-thrombi, or small blood clots, so severe that they cause affected tissue death and gangrene, says Dr. Ganesh Manudhane, a cardiologist in Mumbai who has treated eight patients for thromboembolic complications in the past two months. Two required amputation of toes or a leg. Integral:

The magistrates' associations harshly criticize the Constitutional Court for ignoring the CJEU decision: & # 8220The CCR decision is a series of sophisms meant to blow up the European rule of law & # 8221& # 8230. & # 8221 While the European Commission criticizes Romania for its reforms in the fields of justice and anti-corruption, the Romanian Constitutional Court has decided not to respect European law and has ordered the same to Romanian judges. On 8 June 2021, the European Commission published the Report under the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism. The Commission drew Romania's attention to the fact that, thanks to the Decision of the EU Court of Justice of May 18, 2021, Romania has a clear direction of reforms: it must respect EU law and implement the MCV recommendations to achieve the agreed objectives on accession. . Or, three weeks ago, the CJEU decided that the establishment of the SIIJ and the procedures for appointing prosecutors who must exercise their functions within it fall within the scope of Decision 2006/928 and that this decision is binding on the Romanian state, reverting to the competent authorities to analyze if the establishment of SIIJ was justified. Based on this decision, a national court has already ruled that the SIIJ is outlawed. Surprisingly, the Constitutional Court also decided yesterday not to respect European law. She pointed out that a court does not have the power to analyze the conformity of a national provision found to be already constitutional by a decision of the Constitutional Court, with the provisions of European law. It also decided that the M.C.V. reports, drawn up on the basis of Decision 2006/928, by their content and effects, do not constitute norms of European law that the court should apply with priority, removing the national norm. ICDE draws attention to the fact that CCR erroneously invoked art. 148 of the Constitution and misquoted from the decision of the CJEU. It is not the first time when such a thing takes place at the level of the administrative contentious court & # 8211 we mention the decision no. 392/2017 when the RCC established the obligation for the Parliament to impose a minimum value threshold in the case of the crime of abuse of office, wrongly bringing as an argument the Report on the relationship between political responsibility and criminal liability of members of the Government, adopted at the 94th -plenary session (Venice, March 8-9, 2013). The statement belonging to the RCC that EU law has no priority over the Romanian Constitution is the most serious. Thus, in settled case-law since 1970, the Luxembourg Court has held that European Union law takes precedence over rules of national law, even if they are of a constitutional nature (Judgment of 17 December 1970, Internationale Handelsgesellschaft, 11/70 , Rec., P. 1125, point 3). Similarly, it has been held that the national court, which has exercised the possibility conferred on it by Article 267 TFEU, is required to follow, as regards the resolution of the dispute in the main proceedings, the interpretation of the provisions of the Court and, where appropriate. the higher court if, in view of the above interpretation, it considers that they do not comply with Union law, the principles set out are binding on the referring court when it comes to the legal position expressed in the present main dispute by the constitutional court of the Member State. in question (Case C-416/10 Krizan and Others [2013] ECR I-0000, paragraphs 69 and 70). Therefore, yesterday's CCR decision is a series of sophistry meant to blow up the European law order. It creates legal uncertainty and forces national courts to disobey a CJEU ruling. The situation is unprecedented, but also without a way out. The violation of our obligations as an EU member state dictated by the RCC must be sanctioned with the resignation of the constitutional judges who adopted this decision & # 8221, it is shown in a communiqué sent by ICDE and signed by judge Cristi Danilet. Integral:

What fascinates me about Valer Dorneanu: the ability to lie serenely, pigsThe first time I caught Valer Dorneanu lying amazingly at the beginning of 2017, in the context of Ordinance 13. In order to humiliate the judge who had challenged Ordinance 13 at the CCR, Valer Dorneanu slipped into the sentence a sentence that she did not respect a certain obligatory procedure (I do not go into technical details), although from the documents of the file at the RCC the exact opposite results: the judge had followed the procedure with measure. And I say that Valer Dorneanu is the author of that lie because he was the judge-rapporteur in that case, that is, the one who manages the kitchen of the case and the drafting of the decision.. I then asked the RCC, officially, why such a strident and easily detectable lie had been slipped into a final and generally binding decision. I was also officially told that it was not information of public interest. That is: the public has no right to know why judges lie in decisions that the same public is obliged to respect. After four years and a few more such definitive and generally binding mystifications, now comes the last, but probably not the last lie that Valer Dorneanu is preparing to plant in a CCR decision. For now, we find it only in a statement issued on Tuesday and which prefigures a kind of declaration of war that the Constitutional Court of Romania submits to the Court of Justice of the European Union. CCR judged on Tuesday, June 8, a complaint of unconstitutionality regarding the Criminal Crimes Investigation Section (SIIJ, Special Section), formulated since 2019 by three associations of magistrates - the same associations that obtained from the CJEU the historic decision of May 18 , which certifies the obligation of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) and which practically requires the abolition of the Special Section. The CCR decision had to be pronounced as early as May 20, but the General Prosecutor's Office requested a postponement of the pronouncement, so that the CCR could also take into account the CJEU decision that had just come two days earlier. The prosecutor's office hoped for a so-called "jurisprudential reversal" - that is, it hoped that the RCC, in the light of the CJEU's decision, would reconsider its attitude towards the existence of the Special Section, which it had confounded through several previous decisions. As expected, the recovery did not come. The RCC said again that there was nothing wrong with the Special Section and rejected the exceptions of unconstitutionality raised by the magistrates' associations. But until the motivation of the decision was published, the CCR judges from the Dorneanu gang, still in the majority, felt the need to settle some accounts with the European justice through the communiqué announcing the verdict. They fired in all possible directions, but one of the bullets caught my attention. The communiqué says, at one point, as follows: the CJEU would have established the binding nature of the MCV, but this means that the obligations fall only on the Romanian authorities competent to cooperate institutionally with the European Commission (paragraph 177 of the decision), so on the political institutions , The Parliament and the Government of Romania ”, and, therefore, these obligations would not be addressed to the courts,“ state bodies that are not authorized to collaborate with a political institution of the European Union ”. Seriously? Well, let's see what paragraph 177 of the CJEU decision, invoked by the JRC, says in order to reach such a conclusion. Here it is, so that we don't have discussions, in full: „177. In order to comply with the reference objectives set out in Decision 2006/928 (which governs MCV-n.m.), Romania must take due account of the requirements and recommendations made in the reports prepared by the Commission under this decision. In particular, that Member State may not adopt or maintain in the fields covered by the reference objectives measures which would jeopardize the result which they envisage. If the Commission expresses in such a report doubts as to the compatibility of a national measure with one of the reference objectives, it is incumbent upon Romania to cooperate in good faith with this institution in order to overcome it, in full compliance with these objectives. and the provisions of the Treaties, the difficulties encountered in achieving those reference objectives ”. Where did the honorable RCC come from, in this paragraph, the conclusion that the obligations of MCV concern only the Government and the Parliament, but not the courts? I do not know and, most likely, we will not find out the full motivation of the decision. And if the CCR gentlemen had also read the previous paragraph (176) of the CJEU decision, they would have found that the European court had explicitly stated the exact opposite of what their lords claimed: "Member States are required to take all necessary measures to ensure the applicability and effectiveness of European Union law, as well as the elimination of unlawful consequences of an infringement of that law, and that such an obligation falls within the competence of each body of the Member State concerned. ' For functionally illiterate and semi-educated cherry heads, we point out that "every body of the Member State" means exactly that: "every body of the Member State" - so including the judiciary, such as the courts. Integral:

Reform by multiplication. How the Government multiplies the state positions under the pretext of the PNRR reforms The National Recovery and Resilience Plan sent by the Government to Brussels on March 31 is a thick document, full of bureaucratic poetry that sometimes hides surprising projects. There is a lot to discuss about the principles on which this PNRR is based, about the fact that the Government has decided to borrow 15 billion euros to invest a large part of them in the private sector. Basically, the citizens of Romania will be obliged to pay, through taxes and duties, the development of private companies that have no obligation to the state. The scheme is simple: the government borrows money and then transfers it to the private sector in the form of grants, grants, state aid. The state practically invests money in those companies, but does not get what any investor would get, ie shares. It is an amazing generosity on our money, because we and our descendants will pay those loans, without even benefiting from investor discounts on products and services delivered by companies for whose development the government wants to borrow today. But it is a long discussion, which should have taken place before the PNRR was drafted and should have been settled in Parliament. & # 8230. Freedom wrote about the establishment ANDIS, the National Agency for Health Infrastructure Development, for which the government wants to allocate, from PNRR, 40 million euros. ANDIS should take care of the construction of the new regional hospitals, and most of the 40 million (39.5 million, to be precise) would go, for the next 3 years, for consultancy (12.5 million) and elaboration of methodological guides (27 million). The payment of the 78 ANDIS employees (25 taken over from the Ministry of Health and 53 new employees) is not included in the PNRR, it will be made from the ministry's budget. Why ANDIS is needed, given that there are already structures in charge of building hospitals, is difficult to understand. Almost hard. Because, in fact, the existing positions are occupied and people are difficult to fire. The solution to provide new well-paid jobs in the state is to set up new structures. Even if they cost. Does not matter. He just doesn't pay any minister out of his own pocket, we all pay out of our own pocket, borrowing. & # 8230. Also in PNRR we find reheated a soup prepared in 2016 by the Cioloș Government, but never served until now. In 2016, the then government wanted to set up a new company in the field of road infrastructure: CNIR (National Company for Road Investment). However, the emergency ordinance issued in 2016 did not become law, under the governments that followed, because no one wanted to double the CNAIR with a new company, not necessarily useful. In March this year, however, pushed from behind by the USR-PLUS wing of the coalition, the 2016 ordinance became law, and CNIR began its existence, and even took a leading place in PNRR, in terms of reforms. In fact, CNIR will operate in parallel with CNAIR for 3-4 years. CNIR will only deal with the realization of large road investments, and CNAIR, with the administration and maintenance of the infrastructure. But the transition of investments from CNAIR to CNIR will take time, in the first 3-4 years of investments dealing with both companies. CNIR means another 400 new jobs, for starters, a separate budget and new management structures. At CNAIR there was no room for heads of heads, so the natural solution is to double the companies responsible for a field, given that the same government that doubles state agencies and companies promises Brussels to make more efficient companies and state institutions. Until the coordination of the construction of the road infrastructure promised by PNRR, CNIR means, in addition to hundreds of employees, new headquarters, new computers, new cars, furniture and everything the state company needs besides the house. The highways in PNRR must be completed by 2026, but the company that will deal with the construction of these highways will be fully operational only by 2024-2025. Perfect coordination, superb reform. CNAIR, the already existing company that deals with road infrastructure (both maintenance and investment), has, unlike CNIR, a major flaw: it can not be privatized. However, CNIR can be privatized. Integral:

Who are the public servants who pretend to ban the accumulation of pension-salary. Loans of tens of thousands of lei can still be collectedThe government has taken the first step in banning the accumulation of pensions with state pay, but the law stipulates that certain professional categories are not affected by the provisions, so people like Valer Dorneanu, Ilie Sârbu and Răzvan Theodorescu remain with their incomes intact. In the category of persons who are allowed to accumulate the pension with the salary are those elected by popular vote, ie the parliamentarians, the president of Romania, the mayors and the heads of county councils. On the other hand, the draft law also mentions those who have the term of office provided by the Constitution, ie the People's Advocate and his deputies, the judges of the Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) and the leadership of the Court of Accounts, to which are added members of the Romanian Academy. where only those in charge of the forum have a salary. At the Court of Accounts, two of the top employees who will not feel the legislative changes are councilors Ilie Sârbu and Ion Călin. Ilie Sârbu, former Minister of Agriculture and former President of the Senate, has a monthly salary of about 25,000 lei, as well as a pension of 4,000 lei. Until the elimination of special pensions for parliamentarians, in February 2021, Sârbu also had an income of this kind which amounted to 8,000 lei per month. Ion Călin, former deputy and prefect of Dolj, will also be able to accumulate the salary of about 25,000 lei with the pension, which has a value of approximately 3,800 lei. The members of the Romanian Academy who have retired also remain intact. Bogdan Simionescu, Răzvan Theodorescu, Victor Spinei, Victor Voicu and Ioan Dumitrache, all members of the Romanian Academy, will receive both the pension and the salary, the only person in the executive forum without this privilege being Ioan-Aurel Pop. Răzvan Theodorescu, according to his last declaration of fortune, had a monthly pension of approximately 7,000 lei, in addition to the allowance for membership of the Academy, of 3,000 lei, and the salary of vice-president of the same forum, of about 10,000 lei per month. A much more consistent pension has another vice-president of the Romanian Academy, the former doctor Victor Voicu, who receives 15,000 lei per month, in addition to the salary of 10,000 lei, according to the latest wealth declaration. The lucky ones from CCR In the current structure of CCR, six of the nine judges also receive a pension in addition to the indemnity. According to the latest wealth declaration, from 2020, the CCR president, Valer Dorneanu, received in 2019 a former magistrate's pension of 454,000 lei, ie 37,800 lei per month, while the monthly salary amounted to 24,500 lei. Dorneanu will be able to keep both incomes, which reach approximately 62,000 lei per month. Judge Marian Enache has a similar case. From the last wealth declaration we find out that in 2019 he received a pension of about 40,000 lei per month (this also included some arrears received by Enache), while the judge's allowance was 24,800 lei. In his turn, Cristian Deliorga entered the category of CCR judges in June 2019, when he also became retired. The income from the judge's pension was 144,700 lei, which means that he received 20,700 lei per month. He also received 24,000 lei per month in his accounts, representing the salary from the Constanţa Court of Appeal, then the CCR judge's allowance. The former head of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, Livia Stanciu, is part of the category of special pensioners who will continue to be entitled to both this income and salary. And both are equally consistent, meaning they exceed the average net monthly salary more than ten times. According to the last wealth declaration, from 2020, the CCR judge had an income of 454,000 lei as a service pension (37,800 lei per month), while the salary for the whole year 2019 was 315,000 lei (ie 26,200 lei per month ). Mona Pivniceru is another judge of the Constitutional Court who benefits from both a salary and a service pension. Mona Pivniceru received 388,900 lei as a pension in 2019, ie 32,400 lei per month, while her salary in the same year amounted to 389,000 lei, which meant 32,400 lei per month. Attila Varga benefited from a service pension of 410,000 lei in 2019, according to her wealth declaration from 2020. Practically, in addition to the monthly allowance of 25,700 lei, as much as she receives as a CCR judge, Attila Varga rounds off her income with another 34,000 lei per month. Integral:

In Romania, a parliamentary term costs us one million eurosFour years spent in the Romanian Parliament by any of our representatives cost us one million euros. The calculation is easy to do and, in the end, it would not matter so much if, through their activity, the Romanian parliamentarians would return to the state at least the money spent on their maintenance in the capital. But how many of them do that? The budget of the Parliament, divided by the number of parliamentarians, shows that, directly, a representative of the nation receives around 80,000 lei per month. Break down by categories of expenses, the calculation is even simpler. The salary plus the taxes paid for each parliamentarian reach 20,000 lei, to which are added the lump sums, which reach 28,000 lei, as such we are talking about approximately 50,000 lei per month collected directly from income & # 8230 & # 8230 But the expenses do not stop here. Most parliamentarians are from the province and that means they have a long way to go between working in Bucharest and their personal home. Consequently, they are given travel by plane (around four per week) and 1,500 lei for gasoline. At the same time, those in the province, as I said, the majority, also provided housing in Bucharest, to which is added a daily allowance, worth 250 lei per day. That means another 10,000 lei for the parliamentarian from the province, money also paid from Romanian taxes and duties. I asked the deputy Cătălin Teniță despre valoarea diurnei pentru parlamentarii din provincie și am aflat astfel că valoarea diurnei, adică a banilor zilnici pentru mâncare sunt nejustificați, de vreme ce aceștia oricum își iau masa la cele două cantine de la Palatul Parlamentului, unde costurile unui meniu sunt infime. „Diurna pentru cei din provincie este de 250 de lei pe zi. Se consideră, deci, că un parlamentar din provincie mănâncă de 250 de lei pe zi. La cantina Parlamentului, însă, prețul mesei este mult mai mic decât oriunde în București. La cantina Senatului, unde meniul e mai scump, îți poți cumpăra din 20 de lei două feluri de mâncare. Da, e doi sau trei lei ciorba la cantina deputaților. Măcar dacă li se dau diurne în valoare de 250 de lei pe zi, ar trebui ca și masa la cantină să coste mai mult, să se justifice. Iar la cantina Senatului am mâncat și eu de două ori, acolo mănânci cu 20 de lei o ciorbă și felul al doilea, deci tot e mai ieftin decât în oraș. „, povestește parlamentarul USR-Plus…..„Păi la cei 60.000 de lei pe o lună, se mai adaugă și 1500 de lei benzina, adăugăm și avioanele, pentru că unii zboară și cu avionul de patru ori pe lună. Deci cu toate aceste cheltuieli, costul lunar al unui parlamentar e 100.000 lei. Adică 20.000 euro. În 12 luni sunt 250.000 de euro și în patru ani, înseamnă un milion de euro pe parlamentar. „, arată Cătălin Teniță. Integral:

Practicile inselatoare promovate de Electrica Furnizare la incheierea noilor contracte cu clientii. Ce costuri ascunse sunt platite de consumatoriSocietatea Electrica Furnizare a pierdut prima etapa a procesului prin care a solicitat anularea unui proces verbal de constatare a contraventiilor incheiat de Comisariatul Judetean pentru Protectia Consumatorilor Alba in 19 februarie 2021. Furnizorul de energie electrica a primit doua amenzi, una in valoare de 7.000 de lei si cealalta de 5.000 de lei, pentru “practici inselatoare” in ceea ce priveste tarifele si abonamentele. Sumele sunt mici, in conditiile in care se putea merge pana la 100.000 de lei, dar este un semnal in legatura cu practicile utilizate. S-a constatat faptul ca operatorul economic atat in cadrul unui numar de 11 contracte analizate cat si in anexa la acestea precizeaza la costul/pretul contractului doar tarifele privind livrarea energiei electrice, nefiind indicate si costurile privitoare la certificatele verzi, accize, taxa privind contributia pentru cogenerare de inalta eficienta, care sunt platibile de catre consumator si sunt incluse in costul total al serviciului. De asemenea, s-a mai constatat ca furnizorul de energie nu mentioneaza consumatorilor un pret sau cost al abonamentului, sustinand doar ca acesta este cel reglementat in oferta propusa. Verificarile Comisariatului pentru Protectia Consumatorului au avut loc in contextul liberalizarii pietei de furnizare a energiei electrice, iar mai multi clienti au depus plangeri in legatura cu ofertele prezentate de Electrica Furnizare. Societatea a contestat procesul verbal in instanta, dar a pierdut pe fond la Judecatoria Alba Iulia. Pret de livrare fara mentionarea tuturor costurilor “Din analiza site-ului operatorului economic la sectiunea Energie electrica – Oferte, preturi si tarife, s-a constatat faptul ca in cadrul tuturor ofertelor operatorul economic mentioneaza in tabelul de calcul doar pretul de livrare al energiei electrice/ gaze naturale si/sau pretul abonamentului zilnic pe loc de consum, fara a mentiona toate costurile (certificate verzi, accize, contributia pentru cogenerare de inalta eficienta, precum si TVA, cu valoarea de 19%) care sunt incluse in cadrul serviciului de energie electrica, si care trebuie suportat de catre consumator….. Magistratul afirma ca actiunea operatorului de a nu mentiona toate costurile care sunt necesar a fi platite de consumatorul/beneficiarul serviciului este o practica comerciala considerata ca fiind “omisiune inselatoare”. Integral:

520 de milioane de lei, bani publici, alocați pentru Catedrala Mântuirii Neamului, între 2016-2020. Primăria Capitalei a dat 71 de milioane de leiUn document trimis de Patriarhia Română Consiliului Județean Ilfov scoate la iveală contribuțiile administrațiilor din bugetele locale și din bugetul de stat, între 2016-2020, pentru Catedrala Mântuirii Neamului. 388 de milioane de lei au intrat in conturile Bisericii Ortodoxe, iar cei mai mulți bani au venit prin Secretariatul de Stat pentru Culte. Următoarele contribuții financiare, ca valoare, au venit de la Primăria București, Primăria Sector 1 și Primăria Sector 5. În același document, Patriarhia oferă și o estimare a costurilor necesare până la finalizarea construcției – încă 100 de milioane de euro. Un iconostas record mondial, care costă 2,6 milioane de euro Pe 3 mai 2021, World Record Academy anunța că a fost stabilită o nouă performanță mondială. Catedrala Mântuirii Neamului din România are cel mai mare iconostas din lume, cu o lungime de 23,8 m și o înălțime de 17,1 m. În articolul de pe site-ul organizației, este prezentat și autorul imensului mozaic care acoperă catapeteasma, Daniel Codrescu, un artist care se bucură de recunoaștere mondială, și care conduce o echipă de 45 de oameni la lucrările de la Catedrală. ….În documentul emis de Patriarhie sunt prezentate și lucrările care ar mai trebui executate la Catedrală, între care se regăsește o notă de plată a lucrărilor la catapeteasmă. Doar manopera costă 2,16 milioane de euro, din care s-au plătit până acum, 1,272 milioane …..Întreaga lucrare a echipei de artiști pictori și mozaicari costă 2,6 milioane de euro. Este doar un singur exemplu dintre costurile construcției Catedralei Mântuirii Neamului care, până acum, a înghițit peste 110 milioane de euro (conform și care mai are nevoie de 100 de milioane pentru a fi finalizată….. Gabriela Firea, campioana alocărilor bugetare pentru catedrală ….În total, Gabriela Firea a direcționat către Patriarhia Română, pentru construcția catedralei, în 4 ani de mandat, 71,5 de milioane de lei.& # 8230. Este de departe cea mai mare alocare bugetară de la o administrație locală între 2016-2020. Urmează Primăria Sector 1, care, sub conducerea lui Daniel Tudorache, a virat din bugetul de sector 32 de milioane de lei. La fel de generos a fost si Daniel Florea, fostul edil de la sectorul 5, care a donat 25,3 milioane de lei …. Deci, după un calcul simplu, în ultimii 10 ani, din bugetul Capitalei au plecat spre Catedrala Mântuirii Neamului aproape 100 de milioane de lei. 80% din construcție, din bani publici Dacă adunăm fondurile alocate in bugetul de stat, de care știm în acest moment (388,316 milioane între 2016-2020), cu cele din bilanțul prezentat de Ciprian Ciucu, înseamnă că din fonduri publice au plecat spre catedrală cel puțin 546 milioane de lei. Dacă ne raportăm la costul declarat al construcției, până în acest moment, de aproximativ 110 milioane de euro, înseamnă că, cel puțin 80% au provenit din bani publici. Bani au dat însă, de-a lungului timpului, și alte administrații locale. Integral:

PNRR | România vrea bani europeni pentru turism cu o strategie „copy-paste”Capitolul privind turismul din Planul Național de Redresare și Reziliență (PNRR) conține date copiate cuvânt cu cuvânt din Strategia de Dezvoltare Turistică 2019-2030, publicată în 2018, care avea date din 2017. Pagini din documentul publicat în 2018 au fost „copiate și lipite” în PNRR la capitolul în care autoritățile actuale încearcă să ilustreze dificultățile cu care se confruntă acest sector în România. Pagini precum 10 și 11 din Strategia de Dezvoltare Turistică 2019-2030, cu date care au ca sursa Banca Mondială, se pot regăsi la paginile 826-828 in PNRR …. .„Într-o țară cu multiple avantaje turistice, statul s-a dovedit până acum incapabil să o promoveze la adevărata ei valoare. Bulgarii au reușit ceea ne noi încă ne propunem – să atragem turiști străini și, mai ales, investitori de calibru. Dacă te uiți în PNRR, acest Plan Național de Reforme Probabile, nu este o surpriză să constați că mare parte din proiect este un copy-paste după strategiile din anii 2017-2018, fără niciun fel de actualizare care să țină cont de schimbările radicale prin care a trecut turismul mondial, schimbările din comportamentul turiștilor”, a afirmat Negrescu….. În era digitalizării, România împarte pliante Se pare că România a pierdut lupta cu digitalizarea, având în vedere că autoritățile române încă gândesc strategii de promovare depășite, este de părere analistul economic. „Într-o lume turistică în care aplicațiile mobile se află în prim-plan, în care digitalizarea și mediul virtual au ajuns principalii vectori de promovare, noi încă vrem să construim trasee turistice marcate, ca pe vremuri, și ‘centre turistice’ regionale, cu angajați și pliante ca în anii 2000”, afirmă Negrescu. Acesta acuză autoritățile că trăiesc într-o realitate paralelă, în care își propun, fără niciun argument, ținte absolut imposibile – să atragă, de exemplu, 15 milioane de turiști români și 4 milioane de turiști străini în fiecare an. „Un astfel de obiectiv SF s-ar putea îndeplini doar dacă autoritățile, prin PNRR, ar sprijini operatorii din turismul românesc, investitorii privați care au avut curajul să investească într-o țară fără niciun fel de strategie turistică. Ceea ce, din păcate, nu se întâmplă”, a mai spus specialistul. Potrivit lui, vom rămâne închistați în trecut, în pliantele cu „Grădina Maicii Domnului” și „România, mereu surprinzătoare”, uitându-ne, cu invidie, la cum se descurcă bulgarii, grecii și turcii. Integral:

Tocana de vitel cu paste


  • 1kg spata de vitel
  • 250ml vin rosu
  • 100g black olives
  • 2 ardei grasi (verde, rosu)
  • 1 small celery
  • 2 small onions
  • 2 suitable carrots
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 1 conserva rosii decojite in bulion
  • 150ml supa de vita
  • 1 lingurita rasa busuioc uscat
  • 200g paste scurte
  • 50g butter
  • 1 leg. parsley
  • salt
  • pepper

Method of preparation:

Curata carnea de pielite, tendoane si grasime, apoi spal-o, scurge-o de apa si tai-o in cubulete cu latura de 2 cm. Incinge uleiul intr-o cratita mai mare si rumeneste carnea, la foc mic, 10 minute. Adauga apoi ceapa, curatata, spalata si tocata cat mai marunt.

Dupa doua minute pune in cratita morcovii si telina, ambele taiate in cubulete de circa 5mm. Acopera cratita cu un capac si caleste toate acestea la foc mic timp de 5 minute, dupa care adauga rosiile, taiate in cubulete, si sucul acestora.

Dupa alte 10 minute pune vinul si, cand incepe din nou sa fiarba, adauga ardeiul gras taiat in cubulete si usturoiul taiat in feliute.

Pune in cratita si supa de vita, foile de dafin, busuiocul, potriveste de sare si piper, acopera cratita cu capacul si lasa tocana sa fiarba, la foc mic, 60 de minute, amestecand din cand in cand.

Cu 5 minute inainte de a opri focul, pune maslinele si jumatate de legatura de patrunjel tocat marunt. Separat, fierbe pastele in apa cu sare, circa 8-10 minute, scurge-le de apa si caleste-le 3-4 minute in unt.

Serveste tocana cu garnitura de paste si presara pe deasupra patrunjelul ramas, tocat marunt.


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