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Following national parliamentary elections on 1 March (see our previous report), the leaders of three Estonian political parties have signed a deal to form a coalition government. Taavi Roivas will remain as prime minister. Three Parties form coalition government On Wednesday 8 April, after weeks of negotiation, the Reform Party, the Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Erakond […]
Welcome to this week’s Jobs and Internships in Europe blogpost. If you’re not already on our mailing list, you can sign up here to receive these opportunities by email every Thursday. Please note that European Movement Ireland cannot accept applications for any of the opportunities detailed below. The best of […]
On 30 March 2015, Queen Elizabeth II dissolved parliament and issued writs for elections to the House of Commons at Prime Minister David Cameron’s behest. This signalled the start of the UK’s General Election campaign. A largely formal occasion, this marked the symbolic end of five years of coalition […]
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