While some gay rights activists have criticized her for not pushing the LGBT agenda, Ana Brnabic has been insistent on the need to fix what she says are more pressing issues.
Child vaccination rates have fallen dramatically in Ukraine, where 30,000 people have come down with measles this year.
In a letter addressed to the Romanian president, Rudolph Giuliani suggests amnesty for the ‘many innocent people’ convicted through ‘excesses’ made in the name of ‘law enforcement.’
Around 450 people were injured in clashes with gendarmes, as country’s president condemning the response of the riot police as “strongly disproportionate.”
The country is experiencing a palpable sense of change, and there is a general trepidation that it could be for the worse.
The arrest of a German journalist in Romania in connection to his work is a bellwether of the harassment whistleblowers face in Central and Eastern Europe.
President Iohannis caves in, but he and others say they are convinced that the fight against graft will nonetheless continue.
Attempts to bend – and even break – the judicial system throughout Central Europe do not bode well for the future of the sector’s independence in the region.
Powerful pol found guilty of graft, as his party debates legal changes that could shield corrupt officials.
Reviled by some at the time of their construction, Brutalist buildings are finding new supporters among the younger generations.
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