The outcome of the coming elections in May is not easily predictable.
Europe has just reached the turning point of the crisis. Now it can be better or worse – it all depends on what will happen in Cyprus.
It is more than clear that we have two blocks in the EU – the austerity block, lead by Germans supported by Finland, Austria or Luxemburg, and the anti-austerity block, lead by France supported by Spain, Italy, and Portugal. Who will win? What do you think?
Recent Italian general election has triggered fears not only at a European level, but worldwide.
Two clowns won, who will laugh? The crisis is not returning and at the same time it is. Britain vs. Greece.
The index measuring trust in the judicial system has significantly decreased in Hungary since the change of regime in 1989-90: people complain not only about the length and the quality of legal cases but also about high administrative costs and choking bureaucracy.
EU officers are angry. European banks came up with interesting news. If you want a house in Spain, you have a great chance now, supply increases. Illicit money scandal also in the Spanish government.
In making such an assessment, Igor Tuleya exposed himself to the criticism of politicians and journalists’ interference in his private life. If he had the foresight and had expected that, we should congratulate him on the courage and enjoy the cut ethics program at the Polish law school, which is bearing fruit.
At the beginning of 2013, a partial amnesty by the President of the Czech Republic was (and still is) undoubtedly one of the most discussed issues in the country.
I am glad that we have a judge who reminded us of things which are essential to our civilisation. Who is to be just if not a judge?