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Quo Vadis, Poland?

Author: Katarína Chovancová

 

Is the situation in Poland really leading to illiberal democracy or is Poland already an illiberal democracy? Katarína Chovancová, EMinS intern, gives her view in the essay written during her stay in Serbia.

BREXIT – DEALING WITH THE AFTERMATH

As a UK citizen who lives just south of the bustling capital city of London – I was, in particular, subjected to the heavy propaganda, scaremongering and wild claims made by both sides of this widely publicized referendum which still has politicians scrambling and just under half of the nation fuming. Due to my Italian heritage and beliefs secured firmly within multiculturalism, I personally fell on the ‘Remain’ side of this political civil war. Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson can shout all the thinly veiled xenophobic remarks they like – but no opinion could influence me more than my own mother’s!

DONALD TUSK NEW PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL

On 1 December 2014, Donald Tusk, the former Prime Minister of Poland, replaced Herman Van Rompuy as the President of the European institution. Donald Tusk was elected by the 28 EU heads of state or government - on 30 August 2014, for an initial term of 2,5 years. At an handover ceremony taking place in Brussels, Donald Tusk expressed his appreciation for the work of Herman Van Rompuy and outlined four of the priorities that will guide his mandate. 







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