SPAIN NEEDS CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM

The Spanish Constitution needs to adapt because of the serious political crisis gripping the country, to reinforce and re-legitimize its institutions and its basic rules of democratic coexistence.

CRIMEA’S ECONOMIC PROSPECTS

Companies from Italy, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Greece, Netherlands,Turkey, Cyprus, Austria and Romania want to be first in line once the sanctions are lifted. Many companies are looking to see what possibilities there are  in Crimea. The Crimea still has a great need for foreign expertise, especially in the areas of energy, water management and road construction. 

HISTORY OF CATALONIA’S SEPARATISM

The beginnings of separatism in Catalonia can be traced back to the mid–19th century. The Renaixença (cultural renaissance), which aimed at the revival of the Catalan language and Catalan traditions, led to the development of Catalan nationalism and a desire for independence. Between the 1850s and the 1910s, some individuals, organisations  and political parties started demanding full independence of Catalonia from Spain.

YALTA ECONOMIC FORUM 2017

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THE INHERENT WEAKNESS OF THE EU’S APPROACH TO CRIMEA

Crimea Background

CATALONIA AT A GLANCE

Source: AFP News Agency

EU NATIONAL RAILWAYS ENTITIES

  1. Austria: Österreichische Bundesbahnen (ÖBB)
  2. Belgium:  Nationale Maatschappij der Belgische Spoorwegen (NMBS) - Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Belges(SNCB)
  3. Bulgaria : Balgarski Darzhavni Zheleznitsi (BDZ)

RAIL FORUM EUROPE

Mission

The main purpose of the Association is to facilitate dialogue between Members of the European Parliament, the European Commission, the Member States and the European rail sector. The Association intends to achieve a better understanding of rail-related issues and generally speaking to facilitate the work of all interested parties.

To this end, the Association endeavours in particular to facilitate:

CATALONIA: THE EU NEEDS TO INTERVENE !!!!

Author: Simon Tisdall, Assistant Editor of the Guardia and a foreign affairs columnist

Orginal Text has been edited

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