On the 29th of March, Theresa May signed the most important document of her political career. A document which triggered the article 50 and started officially the “divorce” between the United Kingdom and the European Union. Now that everything happened as it had been planned we need to know what will happen afterwards. Mrs May […]Read more "Article 50 has been triggered! Goodbye UK"
The Rome declaration which will be signed on the 25th of March in Rome, the day of the 60th Anniversary of the European Union, has turned into a headache for the European partners. The declaration is based on a white paper which will include five possible scenarios regarding the European Union’s future. One of this scenarios includes […]Read more "Greece and Poland threaten the Rome Declaration"
Happy Birthday to the European Union. Happy birthday to Europe. On the 25th of March 2017, Europe celebrated the 60th anniversary of the creation of European Union. 60 years ago, with the Treaty of Rome, the biggest political and economic bloc was founded. Six countries (Belguim, Italy, France, Germany, Luxemburg and Netherlands) signed the Treaty of […]Read more "60 years European Union….Happy Birthday"
On Wednesday, 16th of March 2017 Netherlands had their national elections. Winner of the elections was Mark Rutte from the VVD liberal party who was elected for the second time after he had been elected on 2012 elections. The pre-election period was quite intense due to the uncertain and threatening outcome of the results. […]Read more "Dutch elections: A big victory for Europe and Democracy"
The last days were not so tranquil as far as the British politics are concerned. Theresa May, recently announced in a Press Conference in Brussels that she will trigger the Article 50 of the European Union Treaty before the end of March. After this statement, the Prime Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, announced that she […]Read more "Nicola Sturgeon seeks referendum for Scottish independence after Brexit"