Posted on 29/11/2013 by matisak
With British PM Cameron statements about immigrant from EU Member States, Commissioner Reding said that freedom of movement is non-negotiable. But would you say that is really non-negotiable topic? Is in any danger that it will be simply put on the table and maybe we will discuss in the EU how to tighten the rules related to freedom of movement?
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Posted on 27/11/2013 by matisak
What you think about the deal in general, who made more concessions and would you say that will be yes in SPD party referendum? Read few comments.
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Posted on 26/11/2013 by matisak
Former PM Silvio Berlusconi asked for a review of his tax fraud trial, he also suggested that President Giorgio Napolitalo should pardon him. Would you say that these are just a desperate measures of a desperate man as a Senate vote on his expulsion nears and he knows that he is going to lose?
Filed under: Europe, Politics | Tagged: Europe, Italy, Politics, Silvio Berlusconi | 1 Comment »
Posted on 24/11/2013 by matisak
Read few comments. Read also the full text of Iran nuclear deal.
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Posted on 22/11/2013 by matisak
Posted on 20/11/2013 by matisak
Zhu Weiqun, chairman of the ethnic and religious affairs committee of China’s top advisory body to parliament in “China dismisses as absurd Spanish arrest warrants over Tibet.”
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Posted on 12/11/2013 by matisak
Vice-president of the European Commission Antonio Tajani visits Vietnam, Burma and Thailand on his Mission for Growth.
Filed under: Asia, Burma, Economics, EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Asia, Burma, Economy, European Union, Southeast Asia, Thailand, Vietnam | Leave a comment »