marți, 2 februarie 2016

De ce bandiții din noul PNL Mureș au ratat mega-afacere pentru hoții lor, numită Târgu-Mureș, capitală culturală europeană!

De ce bandiții din noul PNL Mureș au ratat mega-afacere pentru hoții lor, numită Târgu-Mureș, capitală culturală europeană!
Pentru că scursurile etnice din noul PNL Mureș au visat afacere pe hoții PNL Mureș și camarila românească și pentru că dementul semnase deja pentru Ținutul secuiesc capitală culturală europeană,  nici o surpriză!
Târgu Mureş The bid from Târgu Mureş is to create a “Learning Hub”. It will be a place where citizens and visitors learn by experimenting with diversity. It is a transformational intercultural project. The core of the programme is “TM. Made in Târgu Mureş”; it has five lines: Silent Roots, Decks and Bridges, Digital TM, A Tale of Two Cities and Territories. The projected budget is €32.5m of which €23m would be allocated to programme expenditure.  
The project has the support of the county council and of the three local councils; a further agreement recognises the support of all 102 localities. 
During the presentation the bid-team explained the situation facing Târgu Mureş, most notably that investors are not coming to the region in enough numbers. The city suffers from a poor image and the ECOC bid is aimed to “move from stigma to self-esteem”. 
The panel appreciated the clear leadership of the mayor and the open assessment of the city’s current position. The “learning hub” concept was
appropriate. However the panel was unclear on the involvement and benefits to the surrounding localities. 
The panel was disappointed that in the bidbook and the presentation the team did not outline the proposed programme in more detail.  There were potentially strong elements in the programme, mostly related to refurbishment of former industrial buildings.  The rehabilitation of the Citadel ends in 2016 and this will form a good venue for cultural performance. A significant part of the programme was based on current festivals rather than, as required for an ECOC, a special programme. The panel did not discern enough about how local artists will be developed. There were relatively few international partners lined up to participate, a weakness on the European Dimension.  The panel thought the Digital TM strand showed promise. On the other hand, given that the county has the largest population of Roma (and it is a mosaic of different cultures), the panel was surprised to see how little they featured in the team and the bid. A feature of recent ECOCs is how they use the programme to tackle blocked memory; the city’s recent history, especially the sad interethnic conflict of 1990s could have been handled in the cultural programme  
The cultural education programme with its focus on schools was well-received although there was less on how cultural institutions themselves would extend into audience development programmes. Although the Digital TM strand was present there was little about the development of the cultural and creative industries. 
Overall the panel felt there was enough in the bid to enhance the cultural offer of the city as part of its attempts to both change the image of the city and boost the self-esteem of citizens. Most of the progressive steps involved renovation of former industrial buildings and if these can be accomplished (and a sustainable programme established in them) then there will be a radical change in the city. The panel did not see how the under-developed programme was substantial enough for an ECOC; the European Dimension was considerably under- developed and the city would have difficulty in managing such a major event. This was certainly a consequence of a late start to the bid process.

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