Politicians

Can Donald Tusk Go Home Again?

Donald Tusk's term as president of the European Council will end on 30 November, which is perfect timing for the Polish opposition.

After the parliamentary election in late October, Poland will hold its presidential election in April 2020, and opposition voters already see Tusk as the only viable candidate.

Germany Considers Bulgaria a Truly Important Partner For a Very Strong Pro-European Country.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva with commented on the highlights of the visit of German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in Bulgaria and the prospect of investment from Germany in the home economy.

Germany considers Bulgaria a truly important partner for a very strong pro-European country.

Red Flags Raised over Serbia’s Procurement of Official Jet

Serbia's public procurement portal has no record of any public procurement procedure for the plane and the country's Treasury administration has no information on any payment being made by any Serbian state institution to either EMS S/A, the plane's previous user, or Brazil's ItauBank Leasing, which leased the plane to EMS S/A.

#Europeanelections2019/INTERVIEW/Ludovic Orban: PNL, fighting for Romania's European destiny; many political forces are Eurosceptical

The National Liberal Party (PNL) is fighting for the European destiny of Romania in the May 26 election to the European Parliament, says PNL national leader Ludovic Orban, who argues that the political forces with Eurosceptic tendencies have to be diminished.

India seeks high-tech solutions

If there's one thing that unites the people of the world today, it's anger at establishment politicians. Over the last decade, this anger has fundamentally reshaped global politics at both the national and international levels. Anger in the US led to the election of Donald Trump; anger in Ukraine led to the election of a professional comedian and sitcom star.

Theresa May Plans To Present MPs A New Package Of Measures For Brexit

"Theresa May said she will present a new bold offer to lawmakers with an improved package of measures in a final attempt to get the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Bill through parliament before she leaves office.", wrote Reuters, quoting an article in The Sunday Times newspaper.

Greek austerity policy ‘proven to be right,’ says Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended austerity policy in Greece and other debt-hit countries in the eurozone, however acknowledging that the people had to shoulder a "considerable" burden.

"What counts is that the currency union and the euro were maintained," Merkel said in an interview with Germany's Suddeutsche Zeitung.

PSD's Dragnea on European Commission warning letter: Corina Cretu has voted against Romania

Chairman of the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD) Liviu Dragnea said on Thursday that if the College of Commissioners has unanimously voted on the letter whereby the European Commission warns Romania about the changes to the laws of justice, then European Commissioner Corina Cretu has voted against her country.

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