Category: Europe

End of Season for Milo Dukanovic in Republic of Montenegro

Political Big Bang regarding the political figures who manage the executive power in Republic of Montenegro and control its political scene was created last Thursday, September 3rd, when Milo Dukanovic conceded defeat. For the first time in twenty-nine years (1991-2020), President Milo Dukanovic’s Democratic Party of Socialists (PDS), which is the designer and implementation of

Alexei Navalny: The Political Violence in Russia Grows

Another victim of Political Violence in Russia, which unfortunately has a long tradition of political violence, is Alexei Anatolievich Navalny, the most popular rising figure of the last decade in the field of the Russian Parliamentary Opposition, who unfortunately is fighting for his life in an intensive care ward in a Berlin hospital (Charite Hospital)

The Air of Liberalism conquers Belarus

Alexander Lukashenko, Belarus’s twenty-six-year President and leader, has been agonizing over his rule since the night of 9th August and until today after his “election victory”, because the main streets of many Belarusian cities have been filled with protesters directly contesting his victory in the Presidential elections. Rallies involving 200000 citizens urgently calling for his

EU and the “Agenda 2030 of UN for Sustainable Development”

Sustainable development in a global context was defined by the 2015 UN General Assembly decisions and was dubbed the “Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development”. This Agenda was established on the basis of the seventeen (17) Sustainable Development Goals (Sustainable Development Goals-SDGs) ( ). by T.C. ©The law of intellectual property is prohibited in any way

The Balkans Facing Covid-19

The onset of Covid-19 in the Balkans rages as an informal storm sweeping the peninsula of Aimos and from the Adriatic Sea to the Black Sea and from the Carpathian Mountains to the Rhodope Mountains. Cases of virus carriers are increasing with geometric progress, as are the death toll, while the already weak health systems

The Re-Election of Andrzej Duda in Presidency of Poland

The countryside region and the Eastern provinces of Poland elected the candidate of the Ruling Conservative Party-Law and Justice (Prawwn  i Sprawiediwosc (PiS) by a margin of 500000 votes (51.2%) compared to (48.8%) of the Liberal Mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Trzaskowski of the Citizens Platform (Platforma  Obywatelska) The struggle of power remains The prevalence of
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