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Alexandru Arșinel sells kilos of tomatoes for 6 lei, the one for kapia peppers in several colors for 10 lei, goulis for 6 lei and for the tomato juice he asks for 15 lei per liter. The vegetables come from the greenhouses of Arşinel’s son, Cristian. ”I like to do this because I like to be among people, see how …

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VIDEO | Lawyer warning: Parents who do not let their children go to school can be fined between 1200 and 120,000 Lei | News, News Romania | Freedom

Many parents have asked in discussion forums what happens if they refuse to send their children to school or kindergarten on September 14, for fear that they may be infected with COVID-19. The Ministry of Education says that the legislation allows parents whose children have illnesses or who live with their grandparents to choose the courses exclusively online, even if …

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The signatory who threatened to rape the head of the Prahova police detention center, sentenced to prison with execution | News, News Romania | Freedom

On November 28, 2016, while imprisoned in the Prahova Detention and Prevention Detention Center, Pietraru threatened to kill the head of the arrest, Daniela Enache, and that he would rape his teenage daughter at the time. According to the quoted source, the thief threatened the policewoman, dissatisfied with the conditions for the arrest. The man asked the head of the …

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The Ministry of Finance has published a document that almost completely contradicts a post by Florin Cîțu from 25 June. One thing in the whole post was true – Finance & Banking

Since the end of last year, Florin Cîțu has announced that he has a document from the former Minister (Eugen Teodorovici) stating that it is recommended that pensions not be increased by 40%. That’s right, this document, published today by the Ministry of Finance, contains this. But on June 25 (link below) Florin Cîțu had another post where he published …

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VIDEO The thief Costel Raicu, during a national investigation for the attempted murder, surrendered to the police after a live broadcast on Facebook: “Kiss you all!”

Costel Raiciu, known as Costelus Litrasu, the thief that the police wanted for the attempted murder, surrendered on Monday night at the headquarters of the Criminal Investigation Directorate within the General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police (IGPR).Before reaching the police gate, he made a living on Facebook, where he said that life goes on and hopes that justice will be …

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Clotilde Armand DRIVES AWAY when a young woman asked her a question / VIDEO

Clotilde Armand was dusted by a citizen on the street through a simple video. When the girl filming asked her a question, the USR-Plus candidate ran to City Hall in Sector 1. Instead of answering, Clotilde preferred to leave Armand. Lucian Romașcanu, PSD senator, commented when he saw the pictures. “#festivalulidioteniilor The first and probably the last “different” political action …

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The explosion at the ATMs in Otopeni was so strong that people thought it was an earthquake. What does the ruined area look like now – Digi24

The explosion at the ATMs in Otopeni was so strong that people thought it was an earthquake. What the ruined Digi24 area looks like now Explosion at BCR Otopeni – Two ATMs, broken on the ground floor of a residential building on DN1 Economica.net Police after the ATM burglars in Romania. Six vending machines were blown up by Mediafax ATMs …

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BEC DECISION: In the local election, you can also vote with an identity card that expired a few months ago – News from sources

Voters only vote in local elections at the polling station where he is registered in the permanent electoral roll or at the polling station where he has his address or domicile, where applicable, and whoever holds an identity card whose validity period would expire between 1 March and 27 September can exercise their right to choose based on that, reports …

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Robert Turcescu, radical decision for his little girl. If others follow him …

The parliamentarian denied the fact that the decision-makers transfer the responsibility for opening the school year in health security in connection with the coronavirus epidemic. Turcescu is convinced that if coronavirus outbreaks break out in schools, the exact same thing will happen: everyone will try to blame someone else and eventually a scapegoat will be found. The PMP deputy also …

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