The decision is absurd. Poland, like all countries in the European Union, has signed a treaty that clearly states that European laws take precedence over national ones.
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If we talk abstractly about corruption, it is one thing, but when people see its real dimensions in apartments and stacks of money, they get really angry and this resulted in Andrei Babiš’s loss
The end of the Merkel era also brings the end of great party victories in Germany. Today in Berlin there is a series of semi-winners.
The three AUKUS countries could have explained their actions to France, and to the EU. Frankly, the political price to be paid – the price of trust – will unfortunately be high.
Europe is declaring itself a world order based on compliance with international rules. And China is trying to do just the opposite – in the Pacific, but also in other parts of the world
The bigger problem is political will. The EU has enough strength and capabilities, but they cannot be used without political will.
Last summer’s protests in front of the German Embassy in Sofia showed that Bulgarians now have no tolerance for the policy of turning a blind eye to Sofia’s atrocities
The political elite hasn’t taken responsibility to push for a nationwide inoculation campaign
No one from the political elite really advocated for vaccinations and there was no real public campaign by the Ministry of Health in this direction
I think getting reforms going will require a lot of political energy and when you have such a complicated coalition, you can create the momentum for one issue or two, but not for every one of them