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The prosecution of Catalan pro-independence politicians by Spain violates European law and is simply “absurd,” a former high-ranking democracy and human rights expert at the UN has told RT.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz scolded members of the EU, who are too eager to “cash in” on the bloc’s funds, while having large debts. To fix the union, it needs a new treaty altogether, Kurz believes.
The decision to rerun a local mayoral election in Istanbul has sparked scathing criticism in Brussels — ironically, from none other than the EU’s Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has rescheduled a “meaningful” vote on Brexit in the Commons for up to March 12 – just two weeks before the UK is due to leave the union – sparking criticism both in London and Brussels.
Footage of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn branding the EU the “European empire of the 21st century,” after the bloc made the Irish vote again on the Lisbon Treaty, has been condemned by those who accuse him of facilitating Brexit.
Theresa May’s international trade secretary has joined his colleagues in painting a gloomy picture of the derailed Brexit consequences as the government and MPs are at loggerheads over the deal. Liam Fox warned of voter upheaval.
Thousands of protesters have descended on Westminster in what organizers claimed to be the “biggest, loudest and most important” anti-Brexit demo since the vote. They insist Brexit is taking the UK to a “future nobody voted for.”
The EU parliament has violated its own rules by triggering a ‘nuclear option’ against Budapest, a Hungarian government spokesman told RT. He said article 7, which allows sanctions to be imposed on a country, is political revenge.
Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has accused the UN human rights watchdog of “spreading lies” about his country, saying that immigration was not a “fundamental human right.”