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Protest against Todoric, tycoons held in Zagreb

By   /  24/03/2017  /  Croatia, Headlines, HR Social, Social  /  No Comments

  A peaceful protest called “Against Todoric: Against the Favouring of Tycoons” was held in downtown Zagreb on Thursday, with about 70 people expressing their disagreement with a policy which they said “protects tycoons and tramples on the little man” and saying they did not want to live in a poor country with 200 rich […]

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“Balkans is different – but remember what Princip triggered”

By   /  22/03/2017  /  Politics  /  No Comments

  European leaders have an obvious choice in the Balkans – either deal with the problem, or wait for it to deal with them, says Carl Bildt. The former special EU envoy to Bosnia-Herzegovina proposes, in an op-ed published on the Project Syndicate website, accelerating EU enlargement and integration, and “replicating the EU Eastern Partnership, […]

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JusMin in the EP’s LIBE committee: The GEO 13 itself was not the issue, but the hour when it has been adopted

By   /  22/03/2017  /  Politics, RO Politics, RO Social, Romania, Social  /  No Comments

  The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) in the European Parliament debated on Wednesday the situation of democracy and judiciary in Romania. Attending the debate, Romanian Justice minister Tudorel Toader said that the GEO 13 (editor note: that prompted wide street protests in Romania), “was not inwardly a problem”, but that […]

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PM: We must not fall into the trap of multi-speed Europe

By   /  22/03/2017  /  Croatia, Finance, HR Finance, HR Politics, Politics  /  No Comments

  Croatia should be very careful about the idea of a multi-speed Europe and must not fall into this trap, but needs to keep it open so that the EU would not become an exclusive directory of the five most influential members which will then make decisions for everyone about everything, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic […]

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Adria Airways pilots start industrial action

By   /  22/03/2017  /  Business, SI Business, SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  No Comments

  The pilots of Adria Airways went on a two-day strike over collective bargaining on Wednesday, which has already resulted in a number of flights being rescheduled with some cancellations planned for tomorrow. According to their trade union, more than 100 pilots are on strike between 6 AM and 10 PM on both days, the […]

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Adria Airways pilots to go on strike tomorrow

By   /  21/03/2017  /  SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  No Comments

  The trade union of Adria Airways pilots is insisting on going ahead with the strike planned for Wednesday and Thursday after failing to make progress over a new collective bargaining agreement. Unless a last minute deal is reached, the strike will be held between 6 AM and 10 PM on both days, the trade […]

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Croatia’s president meets with Croats in Sweden

By   /  21/03/2017  /  Croatia, HR Politics, HR Social, Politics, Social  /  No Comments

  Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic began a five-day official visit to Sweden on Monday by meeting with representatives of the Croatian community in Stockholm. According to Croatian sources, between 35,000 and 40,000 Croats emigrated to Sweden in three waves in the last century, as economic migrants in the 1960s, as political migrants in the 1970s […]

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Ex-PM Dacian Ciolos officially invited to join USR

By   /  21/03/2017  /  Politics, RO Politics, Romania  /  No Comments

  Save Romanian Union (USR) on Tuesday addressed a formal invitation to former PM Dacian Ciolos to join the party. USR chairman Nicusor Dan told RFI on Tuesday that Ciolos decides to join the party by the Congress in May, he could run for any position. “It’s important that a majority wants him in USR […]

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President Iohannis: CSAT approves Romania’s objectives at the NATO Summit in Brussels. 120 military to be sent to Poland

By   /  21/03/2017  /  Politics, RO Politics, Romania  /  No Comments

  The National Supreme Defence Council (CSAT) has approved Romania’s objectives at the NATO Summit in Brussels, President Klaus Iohannis announced on Tuesday. “We have approved Romania’s objectives at the NATO Summit in Brussels, which will take place this spring, probably in late May. (…) Romania expectations are mainly related to reconfirming the importance and […]

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Tsipras: Greek tourism constantly on the rise

By   /  21/03/2017  /  Business, Finance, GR Business, GR Finance, Greece  /  No Comments

  I got the impression that the programme review is on track to conclude, the president of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) Andreas Andreadis on Monday said after a meeting with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras at the Maximos Mansion. Asked if he discussed it with the prime minister, he said that Tsipras is optimistic that […]

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