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Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein
On 8 February, the European Court of Auditors published an audit report on the shut down nuclear power plants in Bulgaria (Kozloduy), Lithuania (Ignalina) and Slovakia (Bohunice). It revealed a significant delay in the EU-funded…
Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski
Since the beginning of February, there have been serious difficulties in the western Balkan countries (except Croatia), Romania and Bulgaria in meeting the demand for electricity. The root of this problem is the persistence of very…
Analyses | | Marta Szpala
On 10 February, almost a year and a half after the parliamentary election, a new central government was formed in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The Council of Ministers of BiH, consisting of ten members, will be led by a Bosnian…
Analyses | | Marta Szpala
On 14–15 February, the local government in the four communes located in northern Kosovo next to the border with Serbia held a referendum. These communes are densely populated by ethnic Serbs. More than 35,000 people authorised to…
Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski
Emil Boc stepped down as prime minister of Romania on 6 February. The official reason for his decision was the desire to reduce social tension resulting from budget cuts and the significant impoverishment of society.