Showing posts with label political crisis. Show all posts
Showing posts with label political crisis. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

EU calls for inclusive dialogue to solve Ethiopia's political crisis

Ethiopia's political crisis
The European Union (EU) mission to Ethiopia on Monday called for the Ethiopian government to conduct dialogue among all stakeholders to resolve the political crisis.

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Spain likely to lose up to 27 bln euros if Catalan crisis worsens

Spain could lose up to 27 billion euros
The Bank of Spain, the central bank, has warned that the economic growth of the country could be affected if the constitutional crisis in the Catalan region gets worse.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

UN chief Guterres warns that Libya risks a return to widespread conflict

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is warning that Libya risks a return to widespread conflict, citing the volatile security situation in Tripoli and fighting in the eastern oil crescent and elsewhere.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Des milliers de Libyens célèbrent le 6e anniversaire du début de leur révolution

Les Libyens ont célébré vendredi le sixième anniversaire du début de leur révolution qui a renversé le régime de Mouammar Kadhafi en 2011 dans un climat d'incertitude en raison d'une profonde crise politique et une insécurité persistante.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Venezuela opposition abandons Vatican-brokered talks, proposes new dialogue

The Venezuelan opposition alliance announced Thursday that it would be definitively abandoning Vatican-brokered talks with the government, but members of that coalition later told EFE it would present a proposal for a fresh dialogue process with new mediators.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Venezuela opposition rules out more crisis talks

Venezuela's opposition Wednesday ruled out a return to talks with the government aimed at easing the economic crisis in the volatile oil-producing country.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Elections en Espagne le 26 juin, pas de gouvernement avant fin juillet

Les Espagnols devront retourner aux urnes pour la deuxième fois en six mois, le roi Felipe VI ayant convoqué mardi de nouvelles élections législatives le 26 juin pour surmonter le blocage politique du pays, qui risque de se prolonger jusqu'au coeur de l'été.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

US, UN voice concern over Iraq political "chaos"

Officials from both the UN and the U.S. have voiced concern about Iraq’s increasingly chaotic political situation, especially given the stark divisions now plaguing the country’s parliament.

Friday, March 18, 2016

Kurdish representative says Kurds’ federalization is step towards resolving Syrian crisis

The federalization of the Kurds in northern Syria is one of the ways of resolving the Syrian crisis, Chairman of the Council of the Federal National and Cultural Kurdish Autonomy in Russia Farhat Patiev told TASS on Friday.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Arseniy Yatsenyuk threatens to quit as Ukraine PM

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Friday threatened to quit along with his entire government in the latest development of a political crisis rocking the former Soviet state.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Romanians hold mass protests despite PM's resignation

Thousands of Romanians have taken to the streets of the capital for a second night to call for end to corruption despite the resignation of the country's prime minister.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

EU and United States do not know solution to Ukraine crisis.They were very much unwilling to recognize their responsibility

The European Union and the United States have no idea what the final solution to the Ukraine crisis should be. Nor do they know the vector of movement towards this settlement, Vladimir Chizhov, Russia’s Ambassador to the European Union, said in a live interview aired by the state-owned Rossiya 24 television news channel on Wednesday.

Russia urges investigation of plots behind Ukraine crisis (Sergei Naryshkin)

Russia called for international probe into factors responsible for the Ukraine crisis, a parliament speaker said Tuesday.

"Only unbiased legal evaluation of facts...will show the truth," Sergei Naryshkin, speaker of the Russian State Duma, or the lower house of parliament, told a round table discussion over European politics.

Monday, June 30, 2014

European Commission gives green light for 3.3B leva (about 1.69 billion euro) in state aid for Bulgarian banks

The European Commission said on June 30 that it has authorised Bulgaria to use of 3.3 billion leva (about 1.69 billion euro) for a credit line that would ensure sufficient liquidity in Bulgaria’s banking system.

The Commission said that the state aid implied by the liquidity measure “is proportionate and commensurate with the need to ensure sufficient liquidity in the banking sector in the particular circumstances.”

Monday, June 9, 2014

Syria's president issues general amnesty

Just days after winning a third 7- year term in office, Syria's President Bashar al-Assad issued on Monday a general amnesty, covering crimes committed before June 9, according to the official SANA news agency.

Among plenty of law items that are covered with the recent pardon, the June 9 amnesty would grant pardon to foreigners who have entered Syria with the intention to join a terrorist organization or commit a terrorist act if they turned themselves in to the authority within a month following the issuance of the pardon.

Friday, May 23, 2014

Ukrainian Voters Hope Ballots Will End Crisis

Just two days before Ukraine's presidential elections on May 25, violence continues in the country's east, where separatists propose to follow the example of Crimea and join the Russian Federation.  Despite turmoil, Ukrainians appear determined to cast their ballots in the hope that a new, legitimate government will bring peace and stability.  
Pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Donietsk region are showing weapons they claim were seized during an ambush on the Ukrainian military Thursday.  At least 13 soldiers were killed in the attack.   

International observers hope the violence will subside by Sunday so the election can take place as planned.  

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Ukrainian parliament adopts Memorandum of Peace and Accord. - Deputies from Ukraine’s Communist Party refrained from voting

It confirms” the constitutional status of Ukrainian as a state language” but fixes the government’s pledge “to ensure the rights of national languages in areas densely populated by ethnic minorities”...

 Ukraine’s parliament adopted the text of the Memorandum of Peace and Accord by 252 votes on Tuesday. The document sets forth measures aimed at settling the Ukraine crisis.
The vote took place after the deputies had clarified the status of Russian language in the final draft, which confirms” the constitutional status of Ukrainian as a state language” but fixes the government’s pledge “to ensure the rights of national languages in areas densely populated by ethnic minorities.”

Friday, February 21, 2014

Russia freezes aid for Ukraine. – Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov

Russia has suspended another tranche of financial aid for Ukraine because of the political crisis in the country...

HONG KONG, February 21. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia has suspended another tranche of financial aid for Ukraine because of the current tensions and plans to wait until the situation stabilizes to resume support afterwards, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told Bloomberg on Friday commenting on the Irish Stock Exchange’s report on Ukraine’s refusal to sell two-year Eurobonds of $2 billion. Russia was to buy bonds under the already approved $15 billion aid package.

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