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Within the project, Roșia Montană Gold Corporation (RMGC) plans to produce 225 tonnes of gold and 819 tonnes of silver over 17 years and it would involve digging up a large area, involving the creation of four mining pits covering 205ha, the first two at the old mining sites of Cirnic and Cetate, followed by pits at Jig and Orlea in Phase II.Up to 250 million tonnes of cyanide-laced tailings will be stored in a 363ha pond in the Corna Valley behind a 185m-high dam.
After a series of nationwide protests in the autumn of 2013, the Chamber of Deputies eventually rejected the project on 3 June 2014.
The 2006 Fân Fest saw a second, "Alternative Activity", tent hosting theatre and dance performances, video projections and other cultural, environmental and social activities.
About 10,000 people attended the 2005 event and 15,000 in 2006.
The earliest reference to the town is on a wax tablet dated 6 February 131.
Archaeologists have discovered in the town ancient dwellings, necropolises, mine galleries, mining tools, 25 wax tablets and many inscriptions in Greek and Latin, centred around Carpeni Hill. Mining appears to have started again in the Middle Ages by German migrants using similar techniques to the Romans.
The main concerns of the opponents are related to environmental dangers of cyanide leaching of gold (as Romania witnessed the 2000 Baia Mare cyanide spill), as well as the destruction of the ancient Roman sites in Roșia Montană. In August 2005, the Canadian government announced that it supports Gabriel Resources' project; in October 2005, Miklós Persányi the Hungarian Minister of Environment announced that the Hungarian government strongly opposes the project.
In 2013, the Victor Ponta government announced that it will send through parliament a new law that would allow the bypass of environmental and heritage regulations that prevented the project from being started.The corporation was not able to gain full authorization for the project.State authorities granted permits which were later annulled by the courts following appeals by environmental groups.This led to the 2013 Romanian protests against the Roșia Montană Project in major cities across the country.In November 2013 the senate rejected a draft law which would have paved the way for the mining project to go ahead.The three-day Fân Fest event has a large range of cultural, environmental, musical and outdoor activities as well as offering the chance to participate in various workshops.