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Growing concerns over political corruption and erosion of democratic institutions are driving large public protests across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Thousands of citizens have taken to the streets in Bulgaria and Serbia calling for government changes, while demonstrators in Russia’s far-east city of Khabarovsk are demanding the release of the region’s arrested governor. Authorities’ attempts to weaken public media in Slovenia and undermine the independence of central bank in Ukraine should be watched closely as well. Bulgaria The largest public protests since 2013 are raising the
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EUROPE: CEE PULSE

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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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( 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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Shinzo Abe’s political comeback in 2012 ushered in an astonishing period of stability and prosperity. Abe’s successor inherits a country whose economic and geopolitical future is far less secure, @observingjapan argues.
https://trib.al/JablA9y

Imperdible discurso de Luciano Laspina

No he visto en los medios este discurso, a pesar de que es lo más inteligente y honesto que se ha dicho sobre el “impuesto a los ricos” propuesto por el Diputado Heller.

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Shinzo Abe deserves credit for his accomplishments, but the stability of his nearly eight-year term also comes down to luck, @observingjapan argues. His successor faces a more daunting agenda, from the economy to China to negotiating with Trump.
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