Bulgarian, Romanian, Serbian Prime Ministers Meet in Bulgaria's Ruse
The Prime Ministers of Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia,Plamen Oresharski, Victor Ponta and Ivica Dacic will hold a trilateral meeting in Bulgaria's Danube city of Ruse on Friday.
A lunch has been scheduled after the meeting.
Oresharski and Ponta will have a tete-a-tete meeting. There will be also bilateral meetings between Bulgarian and Romanian ministers, according to reports of dnevnik.bg.
At 2.30 pm, a plenary sitting of the Bulgarian and Romanian governments will start. The agenda of the sitting has not been disclosed. The two sides are to sign bilateral documents after the sitting.
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To an american.
The Crimea is no circus, if this goes wrong people could die.
The US tortures people, rendition, water boarding etc. yes that is what Americans call freedom.
The Crimean people get to decide their future but they need to be ready to fight for their decision. Serbs have a history of fighting facists so great to see them turning up in the Crimea.
The fracking gas reserves in Eastern Ukraine is the issue, if Crimea goes to Russia eastern parts of Ukraine plus the gas reserves could go there as well.
Without the gas reserves the West will not bother.
I am looking forward to the results of the referendum.
Kim Jong-un Projected Winner In Landslide North Korean Election
By Olivia Becker (vice News)
March 8, 2014 | 11:30 am
Which is more surprising—that North Korea has a parliament, or that the country holds elections for it?
In an election slated to take place on Sunday, Kim Jong-un is expected to win with nearly 100 percent of the vote, officially taking the prize for the least suspenseful voting outcome since Azerbaijan accidentally released the results of their election before polls opened.
Yes. In the US things can be decided by one percent of the vote or even by one single vote. But in totalitarian systems, often 100% of the people vote and the selected candidate receives 100% of the vote. 100% approval. Everyone is in agreement. Like a bee colony.
Not democracy but Oligarchy
By a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court on Thursday rolled back restrictions on corporate spending in federal campaigns.
"We are moving to an age where we won't have the senator from Arkansas or the congressman from North Carolina, but the senator from Wal-Mart and the congressman from Bank of America," said Melanie Sloan, director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
Perhaps you would be interested in joining the Circus also. I'm sure the Russians would be willing to give you a Russian passport and fake address so that you can vote also. But it doesn't really matter: in totalitarian states the outcome of the vote is decided before the election.