that is how the capital meeting might be

that is how the capital meeting might be

On Monday, the native election commissions are anticipated to summarize the polling outcomes of the mayoral and consultant elections (particular person listing elections in settlements with lower than ten thousand inhabitants, and particular person constituency elections in settlements with greater than ten thousand inhabitants) on the premise of the polling station protocols, and decide the … Read more

A PS/PTB coalition for a future authorities? “It can by no means occur”, assures Paul Magnette, he explains

A PS/PTB coalition for a future authorities?  “It can by no means occur”, assures Paul Magnette, he explains

Visitor of the Remaining Straight on RTL data 7 p.m., with Martin Buxant and Luc Gilson, Paul Magnette defined why the PS wouldn’t be part of forces with the PTB to kind a future coalition. Will the PS be part of forces with the PTB to kind a coalition? That is the want of some … Read more

Jan Jambon reignites discussion about a coalition between N-VA and Vlaams Belang

Jan Jambon reignites discussion about a coalition between N-VA and Vlaams Belang

The question has been asked countless times to N-VA representatives and this weekend also to Jan Jambon: would N-VA create a Flemish majority with Vlaams Belang if both have a majority in the Flemish Parliament after June 9? In weekend interviews with De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad, Jambon responded largely in parallel to the question: … Read more

Controversy in the Canary Islands: Proposal to Build Housing on Rural Land Faces Backlash

Controversy in the Canary Islands: Proposal to Build Housing on Rural Land Faces Backlash

The reproaches have not been long in coming. The proposal of the Canary Coalition (CC), from the regional government, to build protected housing on rural land to alleviate the housing emergency in the Islands has hit a wall even within its own formation. The party has sweetened the initiative as the days go by. But … Read more

Controversy Erupts Among AMIN 2024 Volunteers Over Co-Captain’s Actions

Controversy Erupts Among AMIN 2024 Volunteers Over Co-Captain’s Actions

Jakarta, tvOnenews.com – Anies-Muhaimin (AMIN) 2024 volunteers consider the steps and statements of the co-captain of the AMIN National Team (Timnas), Sudirman Said, to be an offense (offside) while the competition towards the presidential election is underway. “Sudirman Said’s actions were ‘offside’, the match is still ongoing, the winning team should focus first on winning, … Read more

BBB wants to discuss concerns about cooperation with Wilders with PVV, VVD, NSC

BBB wants to discuss concerns about cooperation with Wilders with PVV, VVD, NSC

ANP NOS News•today, 4:52 PM BBB calls on PVV, VVD and NSC to sit down together to discuss concerns about cooperation with Geert Wilders. The conversation should include, among other things, the rule of law of PVV intentions and the doubts that parties have about this. “Whether you can reach an agreement in a conversation … Read more

Fitch Confirms Italy’s ‘BBB’ Rating with Stable Outlook: Political Pressures and Economic Prospects

Fitch Confirms Italy’s ‘BBB’ Rating with Stable Outlook: Political Pressures and Economic Prospects

Fitch confirms Italy’s ‘BBB’ rating with stable outlook. This is what we read in a note from the agency. “Public support for the Meloni government has held and its parliamentary majority is more stable than many previous administrations, offering a platform for medium-term economic and budgetary planning. In any case it faces considerable political pressure … Read more

Poland’s Ruling Party Wins Most Seats but Faces Government Formation Challenges

Poland’s Ruling Party Wins Most Seats but Faces Government Formation Challenges

Poland’s ruling national conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party won the most seats in parliamentary elections on October 15, but may fail to form a government. According to the election results, after processing all the ballots, PiS receives 35.38% of the votes. Her main opponent, the center-right Civic Coalition, received 30.7% of the vote, thus … Read more

Tension in Warsaw Ahead of Polish Parliamentary Elections: Will Law and Justice Lose Its Grip?

Tension in Warsaw Ahead of Polish Parliamentary Elections: Will Law and Justice Lose Its Grip?

There is tension in Warsaw ahead of the Polish parliamentary elections, which are only a few days away. At every corner, a politician’s poster peeks out, and the election buses of each party drive along the roads. “The polls predict an even fight and nobody knows how the elections will turn out. You can tell … Read more

SPD Urges Tolerance Towards CSU Minority Government to Prevent Right-Wing Populists

SPD Urges Tolerance Towards CSU Minority Government to Prevent Right-Wing Populists

MÜNCHEN “Out of responsibility for our Free State, we would rather tolerate a CSU minority government until October 8 than hand over our Bavarian democracy to the right-wing populists,” said SPD state leader Florian von Brunn on Friday in Munich. He again called on Söder to fire Aiwanger after allegations of an anti-Semitic leaflet from … Read more