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22 October, 2019


Displaying results 91-120 of 384 matches for query Parliament.

91. After defeat, Greek PM calls for snap elections

92. Cyprus' MEPs pledge to work together

Republic of Cyprus’ six newly-elected Members of the European Parliament pledged to work to promote the national problem and the issues facing the people on the island...

93. DISY maintains leadership with 29.01% of the vote

94. Exit poll results: Far right stays out

95. Elections 2019: Cyprus chooses

96. Cypriots go to the polls

Polls opened on Sunday morning in the Republic of Cyprus where 72 candidates are competing for one of six seats at the European parliament...

97. Final instructions for European Elections in Cyprus

98. May's job in peril as Brits head to polls

99. Did someone say Europe?

We are just days away from elections and it seems that we need to be reminded about which elections we are talking about...

100. Barnier: The options are deal, no deal or no Brexit

101. The yellow lake

In the last decade of the nineteenth century in America, two influential newspapers - New York World and New York Journal – went all out in a fierce competition that adopted sensationalized news reporting, prompting New York Press affiliates to coin the term yellow journalism...

102. Daughter of DISY founder ambivalent on Kizilyurek

103. Barnier briefs Cyprus MPs on hard Brexit

104. Barnier to discuss Cyprus Brexit preparedness

105. Brexit negotiator Barnier to visit Cyprus

106. Toxic environment

The elections will be over in a few days and base politics will take their place, along with voter abstention after all ballots are counted. But one thing that cannot be measured is the damage to the rapprochement effort caused by this drawn-out argument...

107. Cyprus summons British envoy over Duncan's EEZ statements

108. Cry havoc!

109. Tusk: The EU stands united behind Cyprus

110. Erdogan against the US, Europe, Israel and Egypt

111. Greek PM unveils tax, pension relief measures ahead of elections

Greece’s lefist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Tuesday unveiled additional tax and pension “relief measures,” weeks before a European Parliament election....

112. Cops blame Mitseros case flaws on privacy laws

A debate is brewing in Cyprus over privacy laws, in the wake of a shocking confession of a serial killer who admitted to multiple murders and allegations against the police for not doing enough to investigate missing cases of foreign women...

113. Anti-money laundering efforts beginning to be recognized abroad, Central Bank Governor says

114. Greece to send note verbale to Germany over war reparations

Greece will soon send a so-called note verbale to Germany, repeating a long-held demand for war reparations for the crimes committed by Nazi Germany in World War II, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told parliament on Wednesday, during a debate on a relevant report presented by a House committee....

115. Opposition flaws are democracy’s problem

116. Kasoulides: The public wants a solution to the Cyprus problem

117. EU elections poll: DISY leads, AKEL follows

118. Cyprus mulls ratification of Lebanon EEZ delineation agreement

119. May to ask Merkel and Macron for Brexit delay

The British Parliament passed a law designed to prevent the government from pursing a no-deal Brexit late Monday, while Theresa May heads to Berlin and Paris Tuesday as part of her efforts to win a short delay to Britain’s departure from the European Union...

120. May asks EU for Brexit extension to June 30

British Prime Minister Theresa May wrote to European Council President Donald Tusk on Friday asking for a delay of Brexit until up to June 30, but said she still hopes to get Britain out of the EU earlier to avoid it participating in European elections...