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The elections in Britain

26 July 2010 13:13 The Prime Minister who is not afraid to answer to questions

I picked this title up especially for the Bulgarian readers. Just because in Bulgaria the communication with the government and especially with the Prime Minister is extremely difficult. This might seem odd, given his constant presence in the media, but the colleagues who took part in press conf ...

10 May 2010 17:23 Voters have voted, now politicians are to decide

The Britons are scared - they are about to have a coalition government and this is something they would avoid. Why? Because, firstly, responsibility is being washed away with coalitions and, secondly, coalitions force participants to make compromises with the promises they made to attract voters ...

8 April 2010 20:28 Magna Carta, Churchill, Thatcher, Blair, ?

History remembers names that have contributed to it with something different than previously known. It is not obligatory that this different thing is good or bad, but after all on the historic time lime assessments like good-bad, do not mean anything. Every influential person was controversial i ...

14 May 2010 17:12 Tradition + Continuity = Stability

For a foreign observer, especially for someone coming from a country that has not gained its democracy but has got it for granted, the transfer of power in Great Britain appears to be an extremely impressive event. Not only because one can see a full manifestation of the famous British tradition ...

21 April 2010 13:06 Bulgaria entered the first election debate in Britain

Great Britain registered in the world of TV election debates with 50 years delay. On April 15 in the studio of ITV1 the leaders of the three biggest parties in Britain gathered together - the Labour party, which is governing for more than 13 years now - Gordon Brown; the Conservatives party Davi ...

 
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Adelina Marini
#Spitzenkandidaten For the 1st time since #Eurobarometer has been asking citizens whether their voice matters in the EU the number of those who said "yes" has increased - from 29% in November 2013 to 42% now. According to Institutional Affairs Commissioner Maros Sefcovic, a huge contribution to this outcome have the European elections and the Spitzenkandidaten procedure for election of European Commission president. In Bulgaria the number of those who believe their voice matters in the EU and those who are of the opposite opinion is almost equal (42%/41%). Croatia is among the first five countries with the highest share of people who believe their voice matters in the EU (59%/32%
25 July 2014 14:00
Adelina Marini Support for the #euro is falling in #Bulgaria compared to the autumn of last year. In the latest Eurobarometer poll 41% of the respondents support the single currency which is minus 10 points compared to last year. Against are 42% of the Bulgarian citizens. In Croatia the support for the common currency is bigger - 53% are for and 38% are against, but it is falling there too, although at a slower pace (-4). However, in Romania support is growing and it is currently 63% which is an increase by 5 points since the previous poll
25 July 2014 14:07
Adelina Marini
#enlargement The Association Council is concerned w/ the media climate & media culture in #Macedonia as well as with the biased coverage of political developments in the country. There is also a lack of separation between state and party activities. More of the conclusions from today's SA Council here euinsi.de/i51d
23 July 2014 16:43
Adelina Marini
#MH17 #Catherine #Ashton: Today we decided to prepare the next stage of sanctions, including against entities
22 July 2014 17:19
Adelina Marini #MH17 Foreign Affairs Council conclusions on #Ukraine euinsi.de/ln4s
22 July 2014 17:35
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