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The right-wing government struck a deal on 22 May with the opposition Social Democratic Party on changing the rules for voting in parliamentary and presidential elections by Croatians who live abroad. The Social Democrats were…
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On 19 May, the Romanian parliament amended the vetting law by imposing a five-year ban on performing important public functions by former senior representatives of communist authorities and officers and associates of the…
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Street protests are escalating against the government of Sali Berisha who, according to the opposition, rigged the results of the parliamentary election in June 2009. In Tirana, on 14 May another demonstration of the…
Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski, Marta Szpala

The region’s economic problems may deteriorate as money is withdrawn by Greek banks who play a major role in the financial sector of some Balkan countries. The problem with Athens’ vast debt and the expected long-term stagnation in…

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On 3 May, the Slovenian parliament decided to hold a national referendum on 6 June to approve the Slovenian-Croatian arbitration agreement. A rejection of the agreement in the referendum may cause further delays in Croatia’s accession…

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On 8 May, the eurozone member states granted Greece a three-year loan of 80 billion euros aimed at stabilising the country’s public finances. This decision has raised strong controversies in new members of the euro group,…