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Lica Gheorghiu
Date personale
Născută15 martie 1928
GalațiRomânia
Decedată19 martie 1987 (59 de ani)
CetățenieRomânia
Ocupațieactriță

Lica Gheorghiu în filmul Tudor
(cu George Vraca).
Lica Gheorghiu (n. 15 martie 1928, Galați - d. 19 martie 1987) a fost o actriță română de teatru și film. 
Lica Gheorghiu era fiica cea mare a lui Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej. A fost măritată cu juristul Marcel Popescu, ministru-adjunct al Comerțului, cu care a avut trei copii. Lica a avut o relație cu medicul Gheorghe Plăcințeanu. Această relație a fost dezavuată de Gheorghiu-Dej, care a căutat pe toate căile să o destrame și să impiedice planurile de căsătorie ale celor doi. Folosindu-se de aparatul represiv al Securității, Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, prin intermediul lui Alexandru Drăghici și al adjunctul său Vasile Negrea, realizează atât supravegherea celor doi, cât și acțiuni de compromitere a doctorului Plăcințeanu și de strângere de probe în scopul constituirii unui dosar penal pentru a-l condamna și, în acest fel, a-i separa pe cei doi.

Carieră

Lica Gheorghiu a primit roluri importante în câteva filme românești: ErupțiaAvalanșaTudorSoldați fără uniformeDe-aș fi... Harap Alb. A jucat în compania celor mai mari nume ale vremii din cinematografia română: George CalboreanuGeorge VracaColea RăutuȘtefan Ciubotărașu, Gheorghe Dinică, George Motoi. A primit pentru rolul principal jucat în "Lupeni '29" în regia lui Mircea Drăgan la primul festival al filmului românesc de la Mamaia (1964) premiul de interpretare feminină, pe care l-a împărțit cu vedeta Irina Petrescu.

Cat de neadevarate sunt cuvintele in ceea ce ii priveste pe artistii nostrii precum ca nimeni nu este de neinlocuit.
Vedeti infatisarea lor, tinuta lot. vocea lor, intr-un cuvant talentul lor nu poate fi imitat de nimeni si noua pleiada de  absolventi ale Institutelor de Teatru si Cinematogratie, nu promite nimic in acest sens. Stiu ca marii actori aveau dubluri care, au fost vrednici de  increderea acordata (Arsinel l-a inlocuit pe Toma Caragiu), Vedeti, eu am ramas tributara  difuzorului si galenelor si mi se intiparit in minte vocile lor si caut sa le recunosc din memorie, chiar si vocea Licai Gheorghiu, calma, nefiind stridenta, I de dadeau roluri pozitive de primadona,
(Fac o mica paranteza sa  afirm vocea inegalabila a Luciei Sturza Bulandra in piesa  radiofonica MAMURE )
Era frumoasa, aparea in revista Femeia, cu fata alba de fildes, incadrata de par negru si cu blana de vulpe albastra la gat.
Dupa moartea tatalui sau, Gheorghe Gheorghiu Dej, A FOST DENIGRATA PRECUM CA, ERA SCHIOAPA, CA.... facea greseli gramaticale in timpul inregistrarilor pieselor de teatru la microfon care, apoi inainte de difuzare erau corectate taindu-se si lipindu-se banda  de magnetofon. Dar asta este situatia, cand  esti fata lui tata si esti pe val, toti se gudura pe langa tine apoi, dupa ce nu mai este tata, esti calcata in picioare.
Am sa repun din nou articolul  cu soarta doctorului Placinteanu marea ei dragoste, pentru care si-a parasit barbatul cu 3 copii si iubitul a platit cu viata la ordinul lui Gheorghe Gheorghiu Dej, aceasta dragoste mare deopotriva pentru amandoi.

Nigel Farage

Is this why the triggering of Article 50 is being delayed?

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Judge’s decision is preliminary victory for group challenging PM’s power to trigger Brexit without consulting parliament
European Union flag in front of Elizabeth Tower in Westminster,
Government lawyers argued it was ‘constitutionally impermissible’ for parliament to be given the authority rather than the prime minister on article 50. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA
The government has been forced by a senior judge to reveal secret legal arguments for refusing to let parliament decide when and how the UK should withdraw from theEuropean Union.
In a preliminary victory for those challenging Theresa May’s power to trigger Brexit, a high court judge, Mr Justice Cranston, has swept aside restrictions on publishing official documents before the hearing on 13 October.
In the released documents, lawyers for the government argue that it is “constitutionally impermissible” for parliament to be given the authority rather than the prime minister and dismiss any notion that the devolved nations – Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales – will have any say in the process.
They add: “The appropriate point at which the UK should begin the procedure required by article 50 [of the European Union treaty] to give effect to [notifying the UK’s exit] is a matter of high, if not the highest policy.
“[It is] a polycentric decision based upon a multitude of domestic and foreign policy and political concerns for which the expertise of ministers and their officials are particularly well-suited and the courts ill-suited.”
The government submission states: “The lawfulness of the use of [royal] prerogative is not impacted by the devolution legislation. The conduct of foreign affairs is a reserved matter such that the devolved legislatures do not have competence over it.”
The government had refused to allow its legal opponents to reveal before the case its explanation of why it ought to be able to use royal prerogative powers to trigger article 50.
But in an order handed down by Cranston on Tuesday, he told both parties: “Against the background of the principle of open justice, it is difficult to see a justification for restricting publication of documents which are generally available under [court] rules.”
Cranston’s decision has also allowed the People’s Challenge, a crowdfunded group, to publish its full claim without any sections of it being redacted or withheld. It argues that “only parliament can lawfully ‘decide’ to leave the EU for the purposes of article 50[of the treaty]; and that the [government] may only ‘notify’ such a decision to the European council under article 50(2) once [it] has been properly authorised to do so by an act of parliament”.
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Responding to the release of the skeleton arguments, John Halford, a solicitor partner at Bindmans law firm, which represents the People’s Challenge, said: “The court’s order allows a floodlight to be shone on the government’s secret reasons for believing it alone can bring about Brexit without any meaningful parliamentary scrutiny.
“Those who were unsettled by the government’s insistence on its defence being kept secret will now be surprised by the contents, including submissions that Brexit has nothing constitutionally to do with the Scottish and Northern Ireland devolved governments, that parliament ‘clearly understood’ it was surrendering any role it might have in Brexit by passing the EU Referendum Act, that it has no control over making and withdrawal from treaties and that individuals can have fundamental rights conferred by acts of parliament stripped away if and when the executive withdraws from the treaties on which they are based.
“These arguments will be tested in court next month, but now they can be debated by the public too.”
The attorney general, Jeremy Wright QC will lead the government’s case in court on 13 October. He will appear alongside James Eadie QC and Jason Coppel QC.
Wright said: “The country voted to leave the European Union, in a referendum approved by act of parliament. There must be no attempts to remain inside the EU, no attempts to rejoin it through the back door and no second referendum. We do not believe this case has legal merit. The result of the referendum should be respected and the government intends to do just that.”
He will appear at the hearings in the high court on 13 and 17 October.

Press TV Iran

 
Human Rights Watch a publicat un raport de 80 de pagini, care detaliază tortura prizonierilor din inchisoarea Scorpion din Egipt.
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Human Rights Watch says the purpose of the prison in Cairo is to “throw government critics and forget them."