Showing posts with label powers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label powers. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Moldovan constitutional court suspends president's powers

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Moldovan President Igor Dodon has had his powers suspended for refusing to appoint seven ministerial nominees in late December. The pro-Russian president has repeatedly clashed with Moldova's pro-European government.

Friday, January 20, 2017

Le Pen: ‘I’ll put an end to Brussels superpower’

Should Marine Le Pen win a chance to enter the Elysée Palace, her first official trip would be not to Washington, but to the EU headquarters, to signal that Brussels’ superpower has finally come to an end, France's far-right presidential candidate said.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Friday, December 9, 2016

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Monday, March 16, 2015

Maduro Granted Power to Rule by Decree

Venezuela's parliament granted President Nicolas Maduro new powers Sunday, enabling him to legislate by decree until the end of the year. He says parliament's action Sunday allows him to defend the country from threats from the U.S. government.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Senate Democrats back new use of force agreement against ISIS (without US ground troops)

Democrats on a Senate panel on Thursday unanimously supported a new authorization for military force against Islamic State jihadists without US ground troops, signaling their willingness to tie President Barack Obama's hands on war policy.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Venizelos’ welcome address at the Association of Diplomatic Personnel event on “200 years since the founding of the Society of Friends”

 Hellenic MFA, Tuesday, 25 November 2014:

E. VENIZELOS: I want to congratulate the new board of the Association of Diplomatic Personnel on the initiatives it is undertaking, and I am pleased that these public events are starting with today’s, which is dedicated to the Society of Friends (Filiki Eteria); that is, in reality, to the foundations of the War of Independence of the modern Greek State.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

UK parties argue over Scot vote fall-out

Britain's main political parties squabbled on Sunday over how to deliver reform after Scotland voted "No" to independence, after Prime Minister David Cameron insisted any new powers for the Scots must see similar autonomy for the English.

The united front of the referendum campaign - when the three national parties promised greater devolution for Scots if they stayed in the United Kingdom - is cracking over concerns of the wider implications.

Former British PM, Gordon Brown, vows to keep pre-Scottish referendum promises

Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Saturday pledged that more powers will be delivered to Scotland after a majority voted "No" in the September 18 Scottish independence referendum.

It was time to move from the "battleground to the common ground," said Brown at Dalgety Bay, Fife in southeast Scotland, noting that "We will lock in today the promises that we have made."

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