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Incumbents in Croatia and Poland are seeking to bring elections forward before the economic consequences from Covid-19 are fully felt by the voters. Hungary is preparing to lift the controversial state of the emergency, while Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky is marking his first year in office. Finally, Russia is struggling to balance between containing Covid-19 and limiting the economic fallout. Croatia On Monday, 18 May, parliament voted in favor of its dissolution, thereby paving the way for an early general election on 5 July, instead of the regular poll
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EUROPE: CEE PULSE

( 6 mins read ) The strong performance of the ruling United Russia party in the country’s regional elections suggests it is well-placed to retain its dominance of the State Duma after the 2021 parliamentary elections despite falling its approval

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EUROPE: CEE PULSE

( 5 mins read ) With Russia’s support, the disputed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko looks likely to cling onto power for now. The stability of Bulgaria’s government will be tested by resurgent protests and parliament’s position on the constitutional

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EUROPE: CEE PULSE

( 4 mins read ) A worsening epidemiological situation across the CEE is prompting governments to tighten sanitary measures and reimpose restrictions on cross-border travels, economic and public activities. However, Romania is bucking the regional trend and reopening restaurants, theaters,

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( 4 mins read ) Press play to listen Intensifying crackdown on opposition politicians, journalists and anti-corruption activists suggests that Russian authorities might be seeking to suppress the remaining voices of dissent. Romania’s main opposition Social Democratic Party tabled a

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[email protected] writes on the "Suga group," a motley collection of upwards of 40 LDP members with fewer than 4 electoral victories, who don't belong to a faction, and aren't hereditary politicians. https://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXMZO63999820X10C20A9000000/?n_cid=NMAIL006_20200918_H

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Martín Lousteau: “Nunca estuve tan preocupado por la Argentina como ahora, y eso que atravesamos muchas crisis” - Infobae https://www.infobae.com/politica/2020/09/17/martin-lousteau-nunca-estuve-tan-preocupado-por-la-argentina-como-ahora-y-eso-que-atravesamos-muchas-crisis/

- 10,3% de los argentinos es INDIGENTE
- 14% de los argentinos pasa HAMBRE
- 44,7% de los argentinos es POBRE
- 62,9% de los CHICOS argentinos es POBRE; es decir, cerca de 8,3 millones de chicos
Argentina, hoy.
https://www.lanacion.com.ar/economia/segundo-trimestre-950000-trabajos-menos-mas-pobreza-nid2453064

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