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The news to 12 May 2013 A parliamentary election in Bulgaria marked by low turnout and widespread apathy has returned a hung parliament.  GERB, the governing party, remain the largest faction but suffered the loss of between ten and twenty seats. Coalition building is expected to be a laborious process. Source: Reuters The World Jewish … Continue reading

The Vostok Report
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27 February: Slovenia’s government, mired in allegations of corruption, lost a no confidence vote. Prime Minister Janez Jensa resigned, to be replaced by Alenka Bratusek. Anxieties were raised in other European capitals that the process would delay the ratification of Croatia’s EU accession, which is scheduled to take place on 1 July 2013. Source: Economist … Continue reading