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#FactOfTheDay: Turkish constitutional referendum did not meet international standards

"It only remains for me to hold a referendum on the abolition of referendum" - duBus There is a growing number of statements criticizing the organization and holding of the referendum on stronger presidential powers whose non official result shows... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay: Who in Europe is rooting for Macron?

Emmanuel Macron, a 39 years old former banker from Rothschild and France's former Minister of the Economy, is likely to become the new President of the French Republic. His victory against the National Front and the French political establishment in... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay: Theresa May and Snapelection

On Tuesday 18th, Theresa May has called for snap general election “to make a success of Brexit”. She claimed that division at Westminster could obstruct the Brexit negotiations. Election would help to unify Parliament and to prevent instability. “I think... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay: Stricter border controls at the Schengen Area Entry Points

On 15 March 2017, a regulation amending the Schengen borders code (SBC) was adopted to reinforce checks against relevant databases at the external borders. It entered into force on 7 April 2017. This regulation was presented by the European Commission... Lire la suite →

#Factoftheday: Trump launches a military strike against Syria

"Tonight, I ordered a targeted military strike on the air field in Syria from where the chemical attack was launched, […] It is in this vital national security of the United States to prevent and deter the spread and use... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay: Serbia’s Prime Minister Vučić is the new President-elect

On April 2nd, Serbs were called to the polls to elect a new President. Besides national territory, voting also took place at 90 polling stations in Kosovo and at 53 polling stations in 23 other foreign countries. Aleksandar Vučić, conservative... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay: One step at a time, Angela Merkel’s Reaction to Brexit’s formal kick off

On Wednesday March 29th, Theresa May, the British Prime Minister officially declared United Kingdom’s intention to leave the European Union. Indeed, she engaged the negotiation triggering Article 50 TFEU and launched the deadline of the two years’ negotiations with the... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay : Let The Brexit Begins

Today the formal procedure for withdrawing starts, putting the UK on course to leave the EU by 31 March 2019 at the latest. In October 2016 the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, announced that the government would trigger Article 50... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay : The EU is turning 60!

On March 25th 1957, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands signed the Treaties of Rome, establishing the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). It was sixty years ago, the european institutions therefore use... Lire la suite →

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