Another fudge by the EU. Unfortunately the author does not answer the question, if this was the result of having to support Macron in France and his promises of unbudgeted expenditures to assuage the yellow vests.
There is an increasing number of Spaniards – not just Catalans – seeking political asylum within the EU. Everyone talks about the scourge of “populism”. We do not see Italians or Hungarians seeking political asylum. […]
The day after the Catalan independence referendum, so on 2nd October 2017, the Spanish state quietly removed the money public companies and authorities held in the two largest Catalan banks, Banc Sabadell and CaixaBank. Read […]
From The Guardian The Germans made it clear after the election of Syriza in Greece: In the EU democracy is secondary. Primary are contracts and laws. Thus two former fascist nations can now “legally” stymie […]