Europe has recently seen a fearful rise in the popularity of radical ideologies.
Christian Lindner has announced a clear, new beginning for his party and a far-reaching change of its image.
Eurosceptic Barosso. Advertising giant. Risky bank purchases.
It seems that Merkel is willing to create a big and strong coalition with German socialists and, as it is in politics, it means a lot of compromises in the field of economy, austerity measures and social policy.
However, the party missed the absolute majority and lost its coalition partner, the liberal FDP.
A bit different anniversary. Club of the sinking ones has new members. The French are shouting: „That’s enough”!
In the following paragraphs, I will try to highlight some of the changes in Czech political culture in the past decade using data from the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic over the third (1998-2002), fourth (2002-2006) and fifth (2006-2010) election periods.
The political instability in the Czech Republic has got another dimension. After the decay of leading governmental coalition, early parliamentary election is coming. It is repeating again and again, one could add…
“Ambiguities and differences in individual countries’ opinions about financial regulation setting are so enormous that the recent situation could be marked as worse than before.”
I am in favor of a green agenda, but we can’t be religious about this. We need a new energy policy.