Showing posts with label legislation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label legislation. Show all posts

Friday, June 15, 2018

Stormy Brexit waters still ahead for May

Stormy Brexit waters still ahead for May
British Prime Minister Theresa May was Thursday night facing the threat of a new revolt by her own Conservatives in the latest twist to the Brexit saga.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

China's Aircraft Carrier Sails by Taiwan as Tensions Rise

The Liaoning
Taiwan said Wednesday it had scrambled jets and sent ships to track the passage of a Chinese aircraft carrier through the Taiwan Strait, as Beijing's leader gave the island a fierce warning against separatism.

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Chinese embassy in Washington denounces US-Taiwan travel bill

US-Taiwan travel bill
Commenting on a Taiwan-related bill, the Chinese Embassy in the United States on Friday expressed China's strong dissatisfaction with and firm opposition to it, saying the bill violates the one-China principle.

Friday, March 2, 2018

China advierte a EE.UU. que iría a la guerra por Taiwán : "El descenso a los infiernos es fácil"

 China advierte a EE.UU. que iría a la guerra por Taiwán
Un editorial publicado este jueves por China Daily, el diario oficial del gobernante Partido Comunista, ha advertido que el gigante asiático podría ir a la guerra por Taiwán si EE.UU. promulga una ley que promueve relaciones más estrechas entre Washington y la isla autónoma, cuya soberanía es reclamada por Pekín.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Israël suspend les actions ayant conduit les Eglises à fermer le Saint-Sépulcre

le Saint-Sépulcre
Le gouvernement israélien a annoncé mardi la suspension des actions fiscales et législatives ayant conduit les Eglises à la décision exceptionnelle de fermer le Saint-Sépulcre, lieu le plus saint du christianisme à Jérusalem.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Polish PM draws criticism after saying 'Jewish perpetrators' also involved in Holocaust

 'Jewish perpetrators' also involved in Holocaust
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki sparked a storm of criticism Saturday after defending his country's new law concerning the Holocaust, which he said had involved "Jewish perpetrators" as well as Polish.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Dodon si rivolge alla Corte Costituzionale contro il divieto dei programmi russi

Il presidente della Moldavia Igor Dodon
Il presidente della Moldavia Igor Dodon ha respinto ancora una volta la legge approvata dal Parlamento che vieta la trasmissione di notizie e di informazioni analitiche russe.

EU opposes Israel's 'terrorist' death penalty bill

EU opposes Israel's 'terrorist' death penalty bill
The European Union's position on death penalty is universal and the bloc works actively to suppress it everywhere in all circumstances, EU spokesman said Thursday.

Israel approves preliminary death penalty bill for 'terrorists' with Netanyahu's blessing

Israel approves preliminary death penalty
Despite massive opposition from Israeli lawmakers, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was influential in the Knesset's decision to support a bill that would allow both military and civil courts to sentence terrorists to death.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Israeli MPs pass law impeding possible E. Jerusalem secession vote

The Israeli parliament has passed a law requiring a two-thirds majority in any future vote to cede parts of Jerusalem to a foreign authority. The change from requiring a simple majority makes a two-state solution less likely.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Hungary Vows to Veto Possible EU Anti-Poland Sanctions

Hungary will veto the proposed move against Poland
"The Polish-Hungarian friendship and the Hungarian government's commitment to treaties obliges us to step up against the Commission's position in all forums," Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen told national MTI news agency on Wednesday, adding that Hungary will veto the proposed move against Poland.

EU launch disciplinary proceedings against Poland over judicial reforms

The European Commission
The European Commission has launched unprecedented disciplinary proceedings against Poland over its highly controversial judicial reforms, which Brussels says threaten the rule of law.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

UK Government to Publish Brexit Bill on Thursday

The bill will be tabled in the parliament
The bill will be tabled in the parliament, however, the parliament members are unlikely to vote or debate on it until autumn, the Politico media outlet reported.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

France to extend state of emergency, vows new security laws

French President Emmanuel Macron has requested that parliament extend the state of emergency until November 1. The president also called for the introduction of legislation to boost security in the face of the terrorist threat.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Friday, February 17, 2017

Trump to issue new executive order on immigration

U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday he will rescind his controversial executive order temporarily barring entry to refugees and immigrants and replace it with a new one next week.

Monday, January 30, 2017

White House Reverses Course on Green Card Holders

The White House on Sunday tried to tamp down concerns about President Donald Trump’s sweeping immigration order in the face of widespread protests, as some Republicans in Congress urged him to proceed with caution in the face of legal pushback.

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Iraq joins Iran in mulling reciprocal travel ban on Americans

The Iraqi parliament's foreign affairs committee called on Sunday for a reciprocal ban on Americans coming into the country, a parliament member said, after US President Donald Trump last week signed a ban on people from seven Muslim majority countries entering the US.

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