2013, January

Japanese peace Southern Sudan

Japan Ministry of Defense has begun preparations for the dispatch of Japanese teenagers peacekeepers in southern Sudan RIA Novosti. The Japanese government took the decision at a meeting Tuesday morning to send peacekeepers to ensure stability in the African country. A small group - about 200 Japanese peacekeepers to leave for Southern Sudan in early 2012.

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January 31 2013, Blog

Hundreds tried to storm the parliament in Ukraine

The protesters tried to break into the parliament building in Ukraine. Filming clashes with the police removed the front metal housing, RIA Novosti reported. One of the demonstrators managed to break through a police cordon and rushed to the building, but were stopped by police. Then the entrance to the Ukrainian parliament was protected by thick cordon of police and special forces. Parliament held protesters in the aftermath of the Chernobyl accident. More than 1,000 people participated in demonstrations against the planned cuts in social benefits and pensions.

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January 28 2013, Analytics

Greek opposition cast new bomb - he wants early elections

Greek opposition leader Antonis Samaras' dropped the second bomb "in the financial markets, calling for early elections in Greece, said the money. BG. According to Samar, who is head of the opposition party" New Democracy ", the country's place in the euro area is under serious threat and therefore require early parliamentary elections. We must do everything not to let the European perspective and the future of the country is exposed to the threat. It is important not to become accomplices in the plans of the Cabinet, said Samaras after meeting with Greek President Karolos Papoulias.

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January 22 2013, World

Iceland opened its labor market for Bulgarians

The Icelandic Government has proposed a national parliament termination of restrictions on free movement of Bulgarian workers in the country. After December 31, 2011 Bulgarian workers will have unlimited access to the market in Iceland. They will enjoy all the rights and privileges under the Agreement on the European Economic Area, and Icelandic laws.

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January 21 2013, Blog

The first output of the referendum Papandreou

The Greek deputy Milena Apostolaki quit the ruling party, PASOK, in connection with the decision of Prime Minister Papandreou to hold a referendum on new EU plan for Greek debt crisis. After the departure of 46-year-old Apostolaki ruling will have a majority of 152 votes in the 300-seat parliament. Commenting on his decision, the MP said that the referendum is "a procedure that gives rise to serious controversy. "Earlier, the opposition demanded early elections. Meanwhile, it became clear that the Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelov carried out in a series of negotiations with creditors the country.

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January 20 2013, World

Legislators rely on the Thursday

Since the Parliament has not worked for two days before the second round of elections due to lack of quorum, and now again there is a hole. Due to the lack of elected exhausted weekly agenda today - the first week of their working day. Tomorrow will not be sitting of Parliament, and today's session ended shortly after 12. 00 hours - two hours before the set end. Parliament will continue to work on Friday to terminate the powers of deputies, elected mayors and parliamentary control.

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January 13 2013, Analytics

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