The Ministry of Environment and Forests will resume its procedure to authorise the Rosia Montana investment project, Environment Minister Laszlo Borbey announced yesterday. “The investor presented a new town planning certificate, we had a couple of questions to ask on it, we sent them and we’re waiting for the answers. Most likely, the Technical Analysis Committee (CAT) will assemble next week. It will most likely decide to resume the authorising procedure, along with everything this presupposes,” Borbely told a press conference, quoted by Mediafax. The minister explained that the resumption of the authorising procedure results from the fact that representatives of the Rosia Montana Gold Corporation obtained a new town planning certificate, different from the one annulled by the court in 2007 and from that suspended, again, in court, following the Ministry of Environment’s action, during Korodi Attila’s term in office. “We now have the third town planning certificate, with some adjustments compared to the preceding two, identical, certificates, which is why the second was suspended after the annulment of the first,” Borbely added.