Romanian Govt Doubled Pay For Workers Rebuilding Homes Destroyed In FloodsPublish date: 12-08-2008
The Romanian government doubled the sum destined to pay workers rebuilding homes destroyed by recent floods in northern and eastern Romania, said Monday Alexandru Baisanu, prefect of the northeastern county of Suceava.
Baisanu said the sum was doubled to 20,000 lei (EUR1=RON3.5664) from the previously decided RON10,000. He added construction materials assigned for each home are sufficient.
The prefect told a news conference Monday that 197 homes are to be rebuilt in Suceava county, of which 42 were completely destroyed in the floods and 155 need to be taken down as they suffered too much damage.
Baisanu added an additional 59 homes will be consolidated and 2,105 homes will be repaired.
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