What does it mean for the country with the legacy of Augusto Pinochet’s reign?
It looks like the debate about the commissioner candidates heats up. Socialists are unsatisfied with Rumiana Jeleva and Algirdas Semeta, EPP attacks Maros Sefcovic and everybody criticize Olli Rehn.
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“You cannot approach history unless you have empathy for the person you may hate,” said famous director. See here. And how much empathy with Hitler real historians need.
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He didn’t know about it but Slovak civilian was involved in security test. Everything went wrong. He has traveled to Ireland and Slovak policy sent the explosive material with him. This is the timeline of the case with the funny title Slovakian comedy of errors. And what experts are saying.
Is it eurogrand coalition of European People’s Party and Party of European Socialists? Both parties had congresses last year in December.
If he becomes Prime Minister, he will not have the luxury of vagueness. Cameron launched first part of his election manifesto.
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