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by rebecca.jarvis on 10th July 2013
24th June 2013
17th December 2012
Borut Pahor, the left-wing former Prime Minister of Slovenia, has won the country’s presidential election. Mr Pahor took more than double the number of votes of his rival, the outgoing independent President, Danilo Türk, in the run-off on Sunday 2 December. The campaign had been marked by demonstrations and increasing public dissatisfaction with the current right-wing government and politics in general.
by paul.schuchhard on 13th November 2012
To mark the mid–term of the Barroso II Commission, we asked actors from across the world of EU policy-making to tell us how they thought they did. More than 811 respondents from all corners of the EU policy making world took part in our online survey, which asked questions about achievements of the European Commission as a body, as well as for each of the 27 individual Commissioners.
24th October 2012
by rebecca.jarvis on 26th May 2011
In the last major elections before the general election (scheduled for March 2012), the people of Spain have delivered a damning verdict on the Socialist (PSOE) government’s handling of the economic crisis and decisively handed control of regional government to the centre-right Popular Party (PP).
by rebecca.jarvis on 2nd February 2011
Games of chance are an increasingly important part of the service economy in the EU.
by rebecca.jarvis on 10th January 2011
How successful has the European Commission been in its first year in office? And, what challenges will the Commissioners face in the next 12 months? We are pleased to invite you to the launch of the survey results on Wednesday 9 February 10h00 until 11h30 at the Résidence Palace – IPC.