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Tunisian President Kaïs Saïed assumes full powers - 07/27/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

TUNISIA. Ten years after the Jasmine revolution, seven years after the vote of a new constitution, is the Tunisian government succumbing to the temptation of returning to dictatorship after the freezing of the activities of the Parliament, the dismissal of the Prime Minister and the lifting of the immunity of the deputies?

Najib Mikati appointed to form a government team in Lebanon - 07/27/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

LEBANON. In order to remedy the political impasse that is sinking the country economically every day, Lebanese President Michel Aoun has appointed Najib Mikati to form the next government. His name received the majority of the votes of the deputies.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan calls for a two-state solution for Cyprus - 07/20/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

CYPRUS / TURKEY. In the northern part of Cyprus, the Turkish president has been pushing for a partition of the Mediterranean island between the Greek and Turkish communities.

The European Union launches its roadmap for greening - 07/15/2021 - Eric Apim

EU. The European Commission adopts a range of proposals "to make the EU's climate, energy, land use, transport and taxation policies".

"The Nazi character of the Greek party Golden Dawn was not perceived as it should have been" - 07/13/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

GREECE. The shock documentary "Golden Dawn a public affair" by the Franco-Greek director Angelique Kourounis, in which her colleague and accomplice Thomas Iacobi participated, deciphers how this neo-Nazi party almost came to power before declining. The two journalists talk to about the changes that have taken place in Greek politics over the last five and a half years.

The Union for the Mediterranean launches the Mediterranean Day - 07/12/2021 - Eric Apim

MEDITERRANEAN. The Union for the Mediterranean has officially announced the creation of a Mediterranean Day which will take place every 28 November.

Gaza reconstruction bill could reach $485m - 07/08/2021 - Eric Apim

PALESTINE. According to a report published by the UN, the European Union and the World Bank, the Palestinian enclave of Gaza will need $485 million to rebuild its infrastructure after the war between Hamas and the State of Israel.

Sousse to host the Global Social Economy Forum in 2023 - 07/06/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

TUNISIA. The city of Sousse in Tunisia is officially applying to host the Global Social Economy Forum (GSEF) in 2023.

The European Union is brought under the Slovenian flag - 07/02/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

EU / SLOVENIA. The Slovenian government of Janez Janša takes over the rotating presidency of the Council of Ministers of the European Union. This ultraconservative personality fails to win unanimous support as the EU is in the midst of a debate regarding its future.

EBRD predicts 3.5% growth in 2021 for Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries - 06/29/2021 - Eric Apim

MEDITERRANEAN. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is revising upwards its regional economic outlook for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries, which should see growth of 3.5% in 2021.

The European Commission endorses French recovery and resilience plan - 06/24/2021 - Eric Apim

FRANCE. The European Commission has adopted France's National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) which will receive €39.4bn in loans and grants.

European Commission approves Italy's recovery plan - 06/23/2021 - Eric Apim

ITALY. After Portugal, Spain and Greece, the European Commission approves Italy's recovery and resilience plan and will finance €191.5bn of a total €222.1bn investment package.
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