This is in keeping with his promise to bring his transnational movement down to the national level in due course
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The paradox of ancient Greek democracy is that the freedom and rights of citizens depended on the subjugation
Politicians need your help; they need to hear the voice and clear message of the people. They must be directed to completely different politics and to a developed democracy that dares to remake and make right.
The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) will head to the polls on Sunday, in a parliamentary election that has failed to stir enthusiasm among a largely disillusioned electorate. Elections in the internationally unrecognised entity are typically dominated by the long-running dispute of Cyprus, a Mediterranean island split b etween Turkish Cypriots in the north […]
There is a vivid dedication to create a new kind of democracy. In DIEM25 you’ll find an inspired Europeans independent from national borders as well as economical frameworks.
Ancient Greece had its own debate around journalistic integrity and what we now are calling post truth politics
The only true good is democracy itself, our right to speak out in the political elections because that’s one of the few occasions in our lives when those in power must turn their focus towards the people
Politicians in the Ukrainian Parliament have elected a new pro-EU Prime Minister after months of political turmoil emanating from the two year old civil war which has split apart the country
Greece has been struggling financially, since it was hit particularly hard by the global economic crisis which began in 2008 but did not reach Greece until 2009. The country has been hit with an unusually high unemployment rate
We are in an age of unparalleled relocation of people, mostly fleeing their country because of intolerable internal political/religious conflicts. In the Middle East, refugees risk death escaping the constant threat of destruction