The Daily Mail’s travel section once invited readers to identify the world’s most beautiful country. The surprising but obvious choice was Latvia. The nation dubbed ‘The Canada of Europe’ recovered its independence from the Soviet Bloc in August 1991. The Latvians right to take care of their affairs ended when their small but beautiful nation was coerced into joining the European Union Bloc in 2004.
In the past month, Germany’s leftist-controlled government, looking to crush its main ideological adversary, has started to use every tool at its disposal to crush the ethnic-nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.
At a time when the alliance between Hungary and Poland appears to be growing in strength, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki greeted the Hungarian people in an online address to the Hungarian nation on the occasion of the Memorial Day of the 1848 Revolution in Hungary, which is commemorated on March 15.
A confidential document by Spain’s Civil Guard warns about the high probability of growing social unrest over the coming months, which could result in isolated protests and street disturbances. The document was drafted in response to security measures during the coronavirus process, which is expected to last until late June if there are no new spikes in transmission.
Whilst State-dependent mainstream media focuses its cameras and sends its news teams to cover anti-government protests in Myanmar (formerly Burma) in South-East Asia, state repression in the European Union goes without press comment or condemnation.
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Slavic carnivals are known under different names in various Slavic countries: [Macedonian language: ‘Прочка’ (Prochka)], Bulgarian: Сирни заговезни, Прошка (Sirni zagovezni, Proska), Russian: Масленица, Мясопуст (Maslenitsa, Miasopust), Polish: Ostatki, Mięsopust, Zapusty, Czech: Masopust, Šibřinky, Ostatky, Slovak: Fašiangy, Slovene: Mesopȗst, Pust, Pustni teden, Fašnk, Serbian: Покладе, Poklade, Croatian: Pust, Poklade, Mesopust, Fašnik. They are traditional Slavic festivals related to the period of carnival.
Actress Corinne Masiero disrobed on stage during a French awards ceremony, exposing the audience to her anger over the government’s cynical closure of cinemas and other cultural institutions amid the so-called ‘gravy train for politicians’ Covid-19 crisis.
The Polish Ministry of Justice has developed a bill that will deprive lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people of opportunity to adopt and adopt children. The country has already banned adoption for same-sex couples, but the ban can be circumvented if one future parent applies. Now the Polish authorities want to deprive LGBTIQ people of this opportunity as well.
In Germany, a decision has been made to return from general quarantine to a normal lifestyle during the current month. On March 3, a distance conference of the government and presidential ministers of all federal states took place, which lasted 11 hours. A plan has been developed, a ‘road map’ for cancelling the lockdown throughout the country.