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The Danube Delta Might Go To Real-Estate Speculators

Autor: Alexandru Nastase 12 Iun 2006 - 00:00
The Danube Delta Might Go To Real-Estate Speculators

Senator Daniel Ilusca, of the National Liberal Party, promoted a draft law allowing any one person to get real-estate property in the Danube Delta, a Biosphere Reservation.

The only requirement would be for the prospective owner to find two witnesses supporting his or her claim to it, for having been disowned by previous land expropriations.

The draft law was rejected by Senate for lack of quorum, while the House of Deputies still has to take a vote on it.

The race is on for the Danube Delta land since the communist regime ended 16 years ago.

But the attempts to take over the land for large scale real-estate projects were stopped, most notably those to develop Sulina port, at the mouth of the Danube River, as a major tourist venue.

So far, both international conventions and Romanian environmentalists managed to block such initiatives, which would have wiped out the last wild beach in Europe, where unique flora still grows, like the bindweed, for instance.

This time, senator Ilusca’s law may turn their efforts irrelevant.

Under the guise of caring for the locals’ interests, who could get so far private ownership only over the land under their homes and gardens, Ilusca paved the way for prospective speculators with this draft law.

"Why should not all the dwellers in the Delta benefit from their own land? What if a channel was carved over the former location of their property," said Ilusca.

However, the solution Ilusca found in his draft law infringes upon the provisions of a previous law, which says that land located outside city areas and of national importance, as the Danube Delta is, should stay only in the state’s property.
  • Translated by ANCA PADURARU Under the guise of good intentions, Senator Daniel Ilusca, of the National Liberal Party, planed to make way for real-estate sharks in the Danube Delta, a Biosphere Reservation
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