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Libya: Haftar orders troops to advance on Tripoli in ‘final battle’

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13.12.2019 15:22
Middle East Monitor
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Libya Haftar orders troops advance Tripoli ‘final battle’

Libyan general, Khalifa Haftar, has reportedly ordered his troops in the Libyan National Army (LNA) to advance onto the capital in a “decisive battle” to take the city, currently held by the UN-recognised government, the Government of National Accord (GNA). “Zero hour has come for the broad and total assault expected by every free and honest Libyan,” Haftar declared in a televised address yesterday. Under the pretext of combating “terrorists”, who he accuses of backing the GNA, Haftar led an offensive on Tripoli in April of this year, however, it led to a stalemate with the LNA failing to achieve its objectives, despite support from Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and fighters provided by Russia. The GNA, which has the […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Israel Heads to Third Election in Less Than a Year

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Israel Heads to Third Election in Less Than a Year (Bloomberg) -- Israel is headed to its third election in less than a year, an astonishing development that’s closely intertwined with Benjamin Netanyahu’s legal troubles and might not resolve the political crisis.The country’s fractured parliament had until midnight Wednesday to find a lawmaker who could form a governing coalition after both Netanyahu and his chief rival, former military chief Benny Gantz, failed to do so during months of political horsetrading. The deadline passed with the stalemate intact, making a revote a foregone conclusion. Early Thursday morning, the Knesset approved a bill to officially disband itself and set elections for March 2.Israeli governments have a history of instability, often dissolving before completing their terms, but things have never been so dysfunctional. Then again, neither has a sitting Israeli leader ever stood trial, as Netanyahu was informed in November that he must do in three influence-peddling cases.With Netanyahu under indictment, Gantz’s Blue and White bloc balked at teaming up with the prime minister’s Likud in a power-sharing deal that could address the country’s economic and security challenges after a year of political deadlock.“Netanyahu’s indictments created a gap with Gantz that no amount of negotiations could bridge,” said Yohanan Plesner, president of the Israel Democracy Institute research center. “They both are calculating that third elections will finally force the other side to compromise on these basic principles that they have stayed true to during the last two rounds.”The threat of indictment was a central issue in April and September elections, which -- despite Netanyahu’s reputation as a canny political operator -- ended inconclusively with political newcomer Gantz’s Blue and White roughly tied with Likud. Blue and White’s strong performance, despite Gantz’s political inexperience and wooden public performances, reflected how desperate many Israelis are to replace a divisive leader dogged by suspicions of bribery and fraud.Netanyahu supporters stood by him, adopting his claim that he’s the victim of a politically motivated witch hunt by opponents who deplore his agenda but can’t defeat him at the ballot box. Netanyahu is accused of illicitly taking about 1 million shekels ($288,000) worth of cigars and champagne from wealthy friends over the course of a decade, and of scheming to help media moguls in exchange for sympathetic coverage. After he was handed the charge sheet, he accused law enforcement of trying to stage a putsch.Understanding the Charges Clouding Netanyahu’s Future: QuickTakeNetanyahu had hoped to return to office with a majority that would allow him to push through legislation shielding a sitting leader from prosecution. Polls suggest a third round of balloting will produce the same kind of logjam that’s paralyzed decision-making since Netanyahu first called snap elections last December.Most polls show Likud and Blue and White both doing slightly better since the Justice Ministry announced it was indicting Netanyahu. And both the prime minister and Gantz would again struggle to build a coalition if former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman keeps refusing to endorse either man.The Israeli leader’s legal troubles have encouraged Likud lawmaker Gideon Saar to mount a rare open challenge to Netanyahu’s longtime stewardship of the party. Media have reported rumblings within Likud’s upper echelons that the legally embattled premier must be replaced. Recent polls showed Saar would lead Likud to a similar second-place showing against Blue and White as Netanyahu, the country’s longest-serving prime minister with a total of 13 years in power.But Netanyahu maneuvered within Likud to put off a leadership race, blocking any prospect that Saar could be chosen party chief and build a coalition with Gantz before Wednesday’s deadline expired. The general is willing to join forces with Likud if Netanyahu isn’t its chief.Under Israeli law, the prime minister can stay in office until he has exhausted all avenues of appeal. However, some argue there’s judicial precedent to force Netanyahu to step aside if he manages to put together a government after the next vote.Attorney General Avihai Mandelblit has ruled that Netanyahu could continue to lead a caretaker government despite the criminal charges, but withheld an opinion on whether the premier could form a new government, calling the question “hypothetical” at this point.(Adds final approval of bill setting election date in second paragraph.)To contact the re Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Israel Heads to Third Election in Less Than a Year

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Israel Heads to Third Election in Less Than a Year (Bloomberg) -- Israel is headed to its third election in less than a year, an astonishing development that’s closely intertwined with Benjamin Netanyahu’s legal troubles and might not resolve the political crisis.The country’s fractured parliament had until midnight Wednesday to find a lawmaker who could form a governing coalition after both Netanyahu and his chief rival, former military chief Benny Gantz, failed to do so during months of political horsetrading. The deadline passed with the stalemate intact, making a revote a foregone conclusion. Early Thursday morning, the Knesset approved a bill to officially disband itself and set elections for March 2.Israeli governments have a history of instability, often dissolving before completing their terms, but things have never been so dysfunctional. Then again, neither has a sitting Israeli leader ever stood trial, as Netanyahu was informed in November that he must do in three influence-peddling cases.With Netanyahu under indictment, Gantz’s Blue and White bloc balked at teaming up with the prime minister’s Likud in a power-sharing deal that could address the country’s economic and security challenges after a year of political deadlock.“Netanyahu’s indictments created a gap with Gantz that no amount of negotiations could bridge,” said Yohanan Plesner, president of the Israel Democracy Institute research center. “They both are calculating that third elections will finally force the other side to compromise on these basic principles that they have stayed true to during the last two rounds.”The threat of indictment was a central issue in April and September elections, which -- despite Netanyahu’s reputation as a canny political operator -- ended inconclusively with political newcomer Gantz’s Blue and White roughly tied with Likud. Blue and White’s strong performance, despite Gantz’s political inexperience and wooden public performances, reflected how desperate many Israelis are to replace a divisive leader dogged by suspicions of bribery and fraud.Netanyahu supporters stood by him, adopting his claim that he’s the victim of a politically motivated witch hunt by opponents who deplore his agenda but can’t defeat him at the ballot box. Netanyahu is accused of illicitly taking about 1 million shekels ($288,000) worth of cigars and champagne from wealthy friends over the course of a decade, and of scheming to help media moguls in exchange for sympathetic coverage. After he was handed the charge sheet, he accused law enforcement of trying to stage a putsch.Understanding the Charges Clouding Netanyahu’s Future: QuickTakeNetanyahu had hoped to return to office with a majority that would allow him to push through legislation shielding a sitting leader from prosecution. Polls suggest a third round of balloting will produce the same kind of logjam that’s paralyzed decision-making since Netanyahu first called snap elections last December.Most polls show Likud and Blue and White both doing slightly better since the Justice Ministry announced it was indicting Netanyahu. And both the prime minister and Gantz would again struggle to build a coalition if former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman keeps refusing to endorse either man.The Israeli leader’s legal troubles have encouraged Likud lawmaker Gideon Saar to mount a rare open challenge to Netanyahu’s longtime stewardship of the party. Media have reported rumblings within Likud’s upper echelons that the legally embattled premier must be replaced. Recent polls showed Saar would lead Likud to a similar second-place showing against Blue and White as Netanyahu, the country’s longest-serving prime minister with a total of 13 years in power.But Netanyahu maneuvered within Likud to put off a leadership race, blocking any prospect that Saar could be chosen party chief and build a coalition with Gantz before Wednesday’s deadline expired. The general is willing to join forces with Likud if Netanyahu isn’t its chief.Under Israeli law, the prime minister can stay in office until he has exhausted all avenues of appeal. However, some argue there’s judicial precedent to force Netanyahu to step aside if he manages to put together a government after the next vote.Attorney General Avihai Mandelblit has ruled that Netanyahu could continue to lead a caretaker government despite the criminal charges, but withheld an opinion on whether the premier could form a new government, calling the question “hypothetical” at this point.(Adds final approval of bill setting election date in second paragraph.)To contact the re Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Israel Near 3rd Vote as Political Impasse Defies Resolution

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Israel Near 3rd Vote as Political Impasse Defies Resolution (Bloomberg) -- Israel is on the brink of calling its third election in less than a year, an unprecedented prospect that’s closely intertwined with Benjamin Netanyahu’s legal troubles and wouldn’t necessarily resolve the political crisis.The country’s fractured parliament was given until midnight Wednesday to find a lawmaker who could form a governing coalition after both Netanyahu and his chief rival, former military chief Benny Gantz, failed to do so. There’s been no sign of a breakthrough, and if the stalemate isn’t resolved by the deadline, the Knesset will set a March 2 election date and dissolve.A bill to disband the legislature has already been submitted, and on Wednesday morning, the Knesset approved it in the first of four votes.Israeli governments have a reputation for instability, often dissolving before completing their terms, but things have never been so dysfunctional. But then again, neither has a sitting Israeli leader ever stood trial, as Netanyahu was informed in November that he must do, in three influence-peddling cases.With Netanyahu under indictment, Gantz’s Blue and White bloc has balked at teaming up with the prime minister’s Likud in a power-sharing deal that could fully address the country’s economic and security challenges after a year of political deadlock.“Netanyahu’s indictments created a gap with Gantz that no amount of negotiations could bridge,” said Yohanan Plesner, president of the Israel Democracy Institute research center. “They both are calculating that third elections will finally force the other side to compromise on these basic principles that they have stayed true to during the last two rounds.”The very threat of an indictment was a central issue in the two previous elections in April and September, which despite Netanyahu’s reputation as the canniest of political operators, ended inconclusively with political newcomer Gantz’s Blue and White roughly tied with Likud. Blue and White’s strong performance, despite Gantz’s political inexperience and sometimes inept public performances, reflected how desperate many Israelis are to replace a hardline nationalist dogged by suspicions of bribery and fraud.Netanyahu supporters, though, stood by him, adopting his claim that he’s the innocent victim of a politically motivated witch hunt by opponents who deplore his agenda. Netanyahu is accused of illicitly taking about 1 million shekels ($288,000) worth of cigars and champagne from wealthy friends and of scheming to help media moguls in exchange for sympathetic coverage. After he was handed the charge sheet, he accused law enforcement of trying to stage a putsch.Understanding the Charges Clouding Netanyahu’s Future: QuickTakeNetanyahu has been angling to return to office with a parliamentary majority that would allow him to push through legislation shielding a sitting leader from prosecution. Polls, however, uniformly suggest that a third round of balloting will produce the same kind of logjam that’s paralyzed decision-making ever since Netanyahu first called snap elections last December.Most show Likud and Blue and White both doing slightly better since the Justice Ministry announced it was indicting Netanyahu. And neither the prime minister nor Gantz would be able to build a coalition if former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman keeps refusing to endorse either man.The Israeli leader’s legal troubles have encouraged Likud lawmaker Gideon Saar to mount a rare open challenge to Netanyahu’s longtime stewardship of the party. There are media reports of rumblings within Likud’s upper echelons that the legally embattled premier must be replaced. And recent polls showed Saar could lead the party to a similar second-place showing against Blue and White as Netanyahu, the country’s longest-serving prime minister with a combined 13 years in power.But Netanyahu maneuvered within Likud to put off a leadership race, blocking any prospect that Saar could be chosen party chief and build a coalition with Gantz before Wednesday’s deadline expired. The general is willing to join forces with Likud if Netanyahu isn’t its chief.According to one interpretation of Israeli law, the prime minister can stay in office until he’s exhausted all avenues of appeal. Others argue that there is judicial precedent to force Netanyahu to step aside if he proves able to put together a government after a third vote because the High Court has impelled other politicians to resign after they were indicted on serious charges including bribery.While Attorney General Avih Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Israel Near 3rd Vote as Political Impasse Defies Resolution

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Israel Near 3rd Vote as Political Impasse Defies Resolution (Bloomberg) -- Israel is on the brink of calling its third election in less than a year, an unprecedented prospect that’s closely intertwined with Benjamin Netanyahu’s legal troubles and wouldn’t necessarily resolve the political crisis.The country’s fractured parliament was given until midnight Wednesday to find a lawmaker who could form a governing coalition after both Netanyahu and his chief rival, former military chief Benny Gantz, failed to do so. There’s been no sign of a breakthrough, and if the stalemate isn’t resolved by the deadline, the Knesset will set a March 2 election date and dissolve.A bill to disband the legislature has already been submitted, and on Wednesday morning, the Knesset approved it in the first of four votes.Israeli governments have a reputation for instability, often dissolving before completing their terms, but things have never been so dysfunctional. But then again, neither has a sitting Israeli leader ever stood trial, as Netanyahu was informed in November that he must do, in three influence-peddling cases.With Netanyahu under indictment, Gantz’s Blue and White bloc has balked at teaming up with the prime minister’s Likud in a power-sharing deal that could fully address the country’s economic and security challenges after a year of political deadlock.“Netanyahu’s indictments created a gap with Gantz that no amount of negotiations could bridge,” said Yohanan Plesner, president of the Israel Democracy Institute research center. “They both are calculating that third elections will finally force the other side to compromise on these basic principles that they have stayed true to during the last two rounds.”The very threat of an indictment was a central issue in the two previous elections in April and September, which despite Netanyahu’s reputation as the canniest of political operators, ended inconclusively with political newcomer Gantz’s Blue and White roughly tied with Likud. Blue and White’s strong performance, despite Gantz’s political inexperience and sometimes inept public performances, reflected how desperate many Israelis are to replace a hardline nationalist dogged by suspicions of bribery and fraud.Netanyahu supporters, though, stood by him, adopting his claim that he’s the innocent victim of a politically motivated witch hunt by opponents who deplore his agenda. Netanyahu is accused of illicitly taking about 1 million shekels ($288,000) worth of cigars and champagne from wealthy friends and of scheming to help media moguls in exchange for sympathetic coverage. After he was handed the charge sheet, he accused law enforcement of trying to stage a putsch.Understanding the Charges Clouding Netanyahu’s Future: QuickTakeNetanyahu has been angling to return to office with a parliamentary majority that would allow him to push through legislation shielding a sitting leader from prosecution. Polls, however, uniformly suggest that a third round of balloting will produce the same kind of logjam that’s paralyzed decision-making ever since Netanyahu first called snap elections last December.Most show Likud and Blue and White both doing slightly better since the Justice Ministry announced it was indicting Netanyahu. And neither the prime minister nor Gantz would be able to build a coalition if former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman keeps refusing to endorse either man.The Israeli leader’s legal troubles have encouraged Likud lawmaker Gideon Saar to mount a rare open challenge to Netanyahu’s longtime stewardship of the party. There are media reports of rumblings within Likud’s upper echelons that the legally embattled premier must be replaced. And recent polls showed Saar could lead the party to a similar second-place showing against Blue and White as Netanyahu, the country’s longest-serving prime minister with a combined 13 years in power.But Netanyahu maneuvered within Likud to put off a leadership race, blocking any prospect that Saar could be chosen party chief and build a coalition with Gantz before Wednesday’s deadline expired. The general is willing to join forces with Likud if Netanyahu isn’t its chief.According to one interpretation of Israeli law, the prime minister can stay in office until he’s exhausted all avenues of appeal. Others argue that there is judicial precedent to force Netanyahu to step aside if he proves able to put together a government after a third vote because the High Court has impelled other politicians to resign after they were indicted on serious charges including bribery.While Attorney General Avih Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Israel Near 3rd Vote as Political Impasse Defies Resolution

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Israel Near 3rd Vote as Political Impasse Defies Resolution (Bloomberg) -- Israel is on the brink of calling its third election in less than a year, an unprecedented prospect that’s closely intertwined with Benjamin Netanyahu’s legal troubles and wouldn’t necessarily resolve the political crisis.The country’s fractured parliament was given until midnight Wednesday to find a lawmaker who could form a governing coalition after both Netanyahu and his chief rival, former military chief Benny Gantz, failed to do so. There’s been no sign of a breakthrough, and if the stalemate isn’t resolved by the deadline, the Knesset will set a March 2 election date and dissolve.A bill to disband the legislature has already been submitted, and on Wednesday morning, the Knesset approved it in the first of four votes.Israeli governments have a reputation for instability, often dissolving before completing their terms, but things have never been so dysfunctional. But then again, neither has a sitting Israeli leader ever stood trial, as Netanyahu was informed in November that he must do, in three influence-peddling cases.With Netanyahu under indictment, Gantz’s Blue and White bloc has balked at teaming up with the prime minister’s Likud in a power-sharing deal that could fully address the country’s economic and security challenges after a year of political deadlock.“Netanyahu’s indictments created a gap with Gantz that no amount of negotiations could bridge,” said Yohanan Plesner, president of the Israel Democracy Institute research center. “They both are calculating that third elections will finally force the other side to compromise on these basic principles that they have stayed true to during the last two rounds.”The very threat of an indictment was a central issue in the two previous elections in April and September, which despite Netanyahu’s reputation as the canniest of political operators, ended inconclusively with political newcomer Gantz’s Blue and White roughly tied with Likud. Blue and White’s strong performance, despite Gantz’s political inexperience and sometimes inept public performances, reflected how desperate many Israelis are to replace a hardline nationalist dogged by suspicions of bribery and fraud.Netanyahu supporters, though, stood by him, adopting his claim that he’s the innocent victim of a politically motivated witch hunt by opponents who deplore his agenda. Netanyahu is accused of illicitly taking about 1 million shekels ($288,000) worth of cigars and champagne from wealthy friends and of scheming to help media moguls in exchange for sympathetic coverage. After he was handed the charge sheet, he accused law enforcement of trying to stage a putsch.Understanding the Charges Clouding Netanyahu’s Future: QuickTakeNetanyahu has been angling to return to office with a parliamentary majority that would allow him to push through legislation shielding a sitting leader from prosecution. Polls, however, uniformly suggest that a third round of balloting will produce the same kind of logjam that’s paralyzed decision-making ever since Netanyahu first called snap elections last December.Most show Likud and Blue and White both doing slightly better since the Justice Ministry announced it was indicting Netanyahu. And neither the prime minister nor Gantz would be able to build a coalition if former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman keeps refusing to endorse either man.The Israeli leader’s legal troubles have encouraged Likud lawmaker Gideon Saar to mount a rare open challenge to Netanyahu’s longtime stewardship of the party. There are media reports of rumblings within Likud’s upper echelons that the legally embattled premier must be replaced. And recent polls showed Saar could lead the party to a similar second-place showing against Blue and White as Netanyahu, the country’s longest-serving prime minister with a combined 13 years in power.But Netanyahu maneuvered within Likud to put off a leadership race, blocking any prospect that Saar could be chosen party chief and build a coalition with Gantz before Wednesday’s deadline expired. The general is willing to join forces with Likud if Netanyahu isn’t its chief.According to one interpretation of Israeli law, the prime minister can stay in office until he’s exhausted all avenues of appeal. Others argue that there is judicial precedent to force Netanyahu to step aside if he proves able to put together a government after a third vote because the High Court has impelled other politicians to resign after they were indicted on serious charges including bribery.While Attorney General Avih Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Remainers’ Dreams Are Dying in Boris Johnson’s Brexit Election

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Remainers’ Dreams Are Dying in Boris Johnson’s Brexit Election (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.For the past three and-a-half years, campaigners distraught at the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union have been fighting to stop Brexit. But with Boris Johnson on course to win a majority in Thursday’s election, it’s a fight they are poised to lose.“This is the end of Remain,” said Anand Menon, Director of the U.K. in a Changing Europe program based at King’s College, London. “Even if the Tories get a majority of one, then Brexit will happen.”Johnson Returns to Key Brexit Message as Polls Put Him AheadEver since the 2016 referendum’s narrow 52%-48% decision to leave the EU, the subject of Brexit has dominated British politics and divided society down the middle. Even those who have devoted their working lives full-time to efforts to overturn the result are depressed and angry at the way their side has failed to make headway.The Liberal Democrats, the only mainstream party committed to canceling Brexit, have been unable to galvanize the half of U.K. voters who wanted to stay in the EU. The main organization campaigning for another referendum has imploded, while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has equivocated, pledging only to stay “neutral” in the second plebiscite he wants to hold.Leave UnitedIn contrast, Johnson -- who led the Brexit campaign before becoming prime minister -- has largely headed off the threat that Nigel Farage’s hard-liners would split the Leave vote. Johnson is now gaining support from Brexit-backing voters in Labour’s traditional heartlands. Polls show the Conservative leader is set to win a majority on Dec. 12 that will allow him to push Brexit through parliament, shaping Britain’s political future for decades.If these predictions are accurate, it won’t just be because a large number of voters backed Brexit or, fed up with three years of turmoil, were receptive to Johnson’s promise to get it done. Johnson’s success in completing Brexit will owe as much to his opponents’ disarray as to his own strategy.Today, more voters say they want to remain in the EU than leave. But “remain” supporters couldn’t agree on a unified plan -- whether to simply cancel Brexit or put the question to voters again. The remain side failed to forge a functional cross-party alliance.Swinson’s ArmyThe plight of the Liberal Democrats, the smaller of Britain’s two main opposition parties, is symptomatic of this wider failure.Jo Swinson’s election as leader in July was a high point for pro-Europeans. The party was on a roll: By May, the Lib Dems had beaten both Labour and Conservatives in the elections to the European Parliament and had piled on council seats in the U.K.’s local government votes.Swinson, then 38, was the first millennial to lead any of the U.K.’s major political parties. Within three months, she overhauled the party’s policy on Brexit. Instead of pursuing a second referendum and giving voters the option of staying in, as her predecessor had promised, she vowed to cancel the divorce altogether. That shift would help the party to differentiate itself from Labour, which had come around to backing another plebiscite on EU membership.Falling FlatThe Liberal Democrats launched their campaign in October, claiming they could sweep to power and end the Brexit nightmare. Swinson’s face was emblazoned on the party’s election bus and she presented herself as a candidate to be prime minister -- a bold claim for a party with just 20 Members of Parliament.But her presidential campaign flubbed. As one poll showed, the more voters saw of Swinson, the less they liked her. Her marquee promise to revoke Brexit proved unpopular with voters who saw it as undemocratic. In particular, the pledge didn’t go down well in southwest England, a region where the party hoped to regain lost ground but that had largely voted to leave the EU.There is some evidence, though, that the Liberal Democrats may gain support in the parts of the U.K. that voted to stay in the bloc. Take St. Albans, a cathedral city north of London where, in less pro-European times, King John of France was once held prisoner. The district hasn’t returned a Liberal MP for more than a century -- but 11 out of the 20 voters Bloomberg spoke to there said they planned to vote for the Liberal Democrat candidate, Daisy Cooper.Tactical VotingLabour supporter Luca Spiri, 27, said he will vote for Cooper “tactically” to oust the local Tory MP, Anne Main. Tim Fleming, the 47-year-old finance chief for a Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Remainers’ Dreams Are Dying in Boris Johnson’s Brexit Election

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Remainers’ Dreams Are Dying in Boris Johnson’s Brexit Election (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.For the past three and-a-half years, campaigners distraught at the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union have been fighting to stop Brexit. But with Boris Johnson on course to win a majority in Thursday’s election, it’s a fight they are poised to lose.“This is the end of Remain,” said Anand Menon, Director of the U.K. in a Changing Europe program based at King’s College, London. “Even if the Tories get a majority of one, then Brexit will happen.”Johnson Returns to Key Brexit Message as Polls Put Him AheadEver since the 2016 referendum’s narrow 52%-48% decision to leave the EU, the subject of Brexit has dominated British politics and divided society down the middle. Even those who have devoted their working lives full-time to efforts to overturn the result are depressed and angry at the way their side has failed to make headway.The Liberal Democrats, the only mainstream party committed to canceling Brexit, have been unable to galvanize the half of U.K. voters who wanted to stay in the EU. The main organization campaigning for another referendum has imploded, while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has equivocated, pledging only to stay “neutral” in the second plebiscite he wants to hold.Leave UnitedIn contrast, Johnson -- who led the Brexit campaign before becoming prime minister -- has largely headed off the threat that Nigel Farage’s hard-liners would split the Leave vote. Johnson is now gaining support from Brexit-backing voters in Labour’s traditional heartlands. Polls show the Conservative leader is set to win a majority on Dec. 12 that will allow him to push Brexit through parliament, shaping Britain’s political future for decades.If these predictions are accurate, it won’t just be because a large number of voters backed Brexit or, fed up with three years of turmoil, were receptive to Johnson’s promise to get it done. Johnson’s success in completing Brexit will owe as much to his opponents’ disarray as to his own strategy.Today, more voters say they want to remain in the EU than leave. But “remain” supporters couldn’t agree on a unified plan -- whether to simply cancel Brexit or put the question to voters again. The remain side failed to forge a functional cross-party alliance.Swinson’s ArmyThe plight of the Liberal Democrats, the smaller of Britain’s two main opposition parties, is symptomatic of this wider failure.Jo Swinson’s election as leader in July was a high point for pro-Europeans. The party was on a roll: By May, the Lib Dems had beaten both Labour and Conservatives in the elections to the European Parliament and had piled on council seats in the U.K.’s local government votes.Swinson, then 38, was the first millennial to lead any of the U.K.’s major political parties. Within three months, she overhauled the party’s policy on Brexit. Instead of pursuing a second referendum and giving voters the option of staying in, as her predecessor had promised, she vowed to cancel the divorce altogether. That shift would help the party to differentiate itself from Labour, which had come around to backing another plebiscite on EU membership.Falling FlatThe Liberal Democrats launched their campaign in October, claiming they could sweep to power and end the Brexit nightmare. Swinson’s face was emblazoned on the party’s election bus and she presented herself as a candidate to be prime minister -- a bold claim for a party with just 20 Members of Parliament.But her presidential campaign flubbed. As one poll showed, the more voters saw of Swinson, the less they liked her. Her marquee promise to revoke Brexit proved unpopular with voters who saw it as undemocratic. In particular, the pledge didn’t go down well in southwest England, a region where the party hoped to regain lost ground but that had largely voted to leave the EU.There is some evidence, though, that the Liberal Democrats may gain support in the parts of the U.K. that voted to stay in the bloc. Take St. Albans, a cathedral city north of London where, in less pro-European times, King John of France was once held prisoner. The district hasn’t returned a Liberal MP for more than a century -- but 11 out of the 20 voters Bloomberg spoke to there said they planned to vote for the Liberal Democrat candidate, Daisy Cooper.Tactical VotingLabour supporter Luca Spiri, 27, said he will vote for Cooper “tactically” to oust the local Tory MP, Anne Main. Tim Fleming, the 47-year-old finance chief for a Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Remainers’ Dreams Are Dying in Boris Johnson’s Brexit Election

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Remainers’ Dreams Are Dying in Boris Johnson’s Brexit Election (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.For the past three and-a-half years, campaigners distraught at the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union have been fighting to stop Brexit. But with Boris Johnson on course to win a majority in Thursday’s election, it’s a fight they are poised to lose.“This is the end of Remain,” said Anand Menon, Director of the U.K. in a Changing Europe program based at King’s College, London. “Even if the Tories get a majority of one, then Brexit will happen.”Johnson Returns to Key Brexit Message as Polls Put Him AheadEver since the 2016 referendum’s narrow 52%-48% decision to leave the EU, the subject of Brexit has dominated British politics and divided society down the middle. Even those who have devoted their working lives full-time to efforts to overturn the result are depressed and angry at the way their side has failed to make headway.The Liberal Democrats, the only mainstream party committed to canceling Brexit, have been unable to galvanize the half of U.K. voters who wanted to stay in the EU. The main organization campaigning for another referendum has imploded, while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has equivocated, pledging only to stay “neutral” in the second plebiscite he wants to hold.Leave UnitedIn contrast, Johnson -- who led the Brexit campaign before becoming prime minister -- has largely headed off the threat that Nigel Farage’s hard-liners would split the Leave vote. Johnson is now gaining support from Brexit-backing voters in Labour’s traditional heartlands. Polls show the Conservative leader is set to win a majority on Dec. 12 that will allow him to push Brexit through parliament, shaping Britain’s political future for decades.If these predictions are accurate, it won’t just be because a large number of voters backed Brexit or, fed up with three years of turmoil, were receptive to Johnson’s promise to get it done. Johnson’s success in completing Brexit will owe as much to his opponents’ disarray as to his own strategy.Today, more voters say they want to remain in the EU than leave. But “remain” supporters couldn’t agree on a unified plan -- whether to simply cancel Brexit or put the question to voters again. The remain side failed to forge a functional cross-party alliance.Swinson’s ArmyThe plight of the Liberal Democrats, the smaller of Britain’s two main opposition parties, is symptomatic of this wider failure.Jo Swinson’s election as leader in July was a high point for pro-Europeans. The party was on a roll: By May, the Lib Dems had beaten both Labour and Conservatives in the elections to the European Parliament and had piled on council seats in the U.K.’s local government votes.Swinson, then 38, was the first millennial to lead any of the U.K.’s major political parties. Within three months, she overhauled the party’s policy on Brexit. Instead of pursuing a second referendum and giving voters the option of staying in, as her predecessor had promised, she vowed to cancel the divorce altogether. That shift would help the party to differentiate itself from Labour, which had come around to backing another plebiscite on EU membership.Falling FlatThe Liberal Democrats launched their campaign in October, claiming they could sweep to power and end the Brexit nightmare. Swinson’s face was emblazoned on the party’s election bus and she presented herself as a candidate to be prime minister -- a bold claim for a party with just 20 Members of Parliament.But her presidential campaign flubbed. As one poll showed, the more voters saw of Swinson, the less they liked her. Her marquee promise to revoke Brexit proved unpopular with voters who saw it as undemocratic. In particular, the pledge didn’t go down well in southwest England, a region where the party hoped to regain lost ground but that had largely voted to leave the EU.There is some evidence, though, that the Liberal Democrats may gain support in the parts of the U.K. that voted to stay in the bloc. Take St. Albans, a cathedral city north of London where, in less pro-European times, King John of France was once held prisoner. The district hasn’t returned a Liberal MP for more than a century -- but 11 out of the 20 voters Bloomberg spoke to there said they planned to vote for the Liberal Democrat candidate, Daisy Cooper.Tactical VotingLabour supporter Luca Spiri, 27, said he will vote for Cooper “tactically” to oust the local Tory MP, Anne Main. Tim Fleming, the 47-year-old finance chief for a Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Remainers’ Dreams Are Dying in Boris Johnson’s Brexit Election

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Remainers’ Dreams Are Dying in Boris Johnson’s Brexit Election (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.For the past three and-a-half years, campaigners distraught at the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union have been fighting to stop Brexit. But with Boris Johnson on course to win a majority in Thursday’s election, it’s a fight they are poised to lose.“This is the end of Remain,” said Anand Menon, Director of the U.K. in a Changing Europe program based at King’s College, London. “Even if the Tories get a majority of one, then Brexit will happen.”Johnson Returns to Key Brexit Message as Polls Put Him AheadEver since the 2016 referendum’s narrow 52%-48% decision to leave the EU, the subject of Brexit has dominated British politics and divided society down the middle. Even those who have devoted their working lives full-time to efforts to overturn the result are depressed and angry at the way their side has failed to make headway.The Liberal Democrats, the only mainstream party committed to canceling Brexit, have been unable to galvanize the half of U.K. voters who wanted to stay in the EU. The main organization campaigning for another referendum has imploded, while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has equivocated, pledging only to stay “neutral” in the second plebiscite he wants to hold.Leave UnitedIn contrast, Johnson -- who led the Brexit campaign before becoming prime minister -- has largely headed off the threat that Nigel Farage’s hard-liners would split the Leave vote. Johnson is now gaining support from Brexit-backing voters in Labour’s traditional heartlands. Polls show the Conservative leader is set to win a majority on Dec. 12 that will allow him to push Brexit through parliament, shaping Britain’s political future for decades.If these predictions are accurate, it won’t just be because a large number of voters backed Brexit or, fed up with three years of turmoil, were receptive to Johnson’s promise to get it done. Johnson’s success in completing Brexit will owe as much to his opponents’ disarray as to his own strategy.Today, more voters say they want to remain in the EU than leave. But “remain” supporters couldn’t agree on a unified plan -- whether to simply cancel Brexit or put the question to voters again. The remain side failed to forge a functional cross-party alliance.Swinson’s ArmyThe plight of the Liberal Democrats, the smaller of Britain’s two main opposition parties, is symptomatic of this wider failure.Jo Swinson’s election as leader in July was a high point for pro-Europeans. The party was on a roll: By May, the Lib Dems had beaten both Labour and Conservatives in the elections to the European Parliament and had piled on council seats in the U.K.’s local government votes.Swinson, then 38, was the first millennial to lead any of the U.K.’s major political parties. Within three months, she overhauled the party’s policy on Brexit. Instead of pursuing a second referendum and giving voters the option of staying in, as her predecessor had promised, she vowed to cancel the divorce altogether. That shift would help the party to differentiate itself from Labour, which had come around to backing another plebiscite on EU membership.Falling FlatThe Liberal Democrats launched their campaign in October, claiming they could sweep to power and end the Brexit nightmare. Swinson’s face was emblazoned on the party’s election bus and she presented herself as a candidate to be prime minister -- a bold claim for a party with just 20 Members of Parliament.But her presidential campaign flubbed. As one poll showed, the more voters saw of Swinson, the less they liked her. Her marquee promise to revoke Brexit proved unpopular with voters who saw it as undemocratic. In particular, the pledge didn’t go down well in southwest England, a region where the party hoped to regain lost ground but that had largely voted to leave the EU.There is some evidence, though, that the Liberal Democrats may gain support in the parts of the U.K. that voted to stay in the bloc. Take St. Albans, a cathedral city north of London where, in less pro-European times, King John of France was once held prisoner. The district hasn’t returned a Liberal MP for more than a century -- but 11 out of the 20 voters Bloomberg spoke to there said they planned to vote for the Liberal Democrat candidate, Daisy Cooper.Tactical VotingLabour supporter Luca Spiri, 27, said he will vote for Cooper “tactically” to oust the local Tory MP, Anne Main. Tim Fleming, the 47-year-old finance chief for a Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Bývalý premiér a prezident Václav Klaus se ohradil vůči obsahu časopisu organizace Aspen Institute Central Europe, jenž je publikován lidmi, kterými jsou například ředitel Knihovny Václava Havla Michael Žantovský, bývalý novinář Tomáš Klvaňa, politik Petr Pithart či komentátor a publicista Roman Joch. „Na titulní stránce časopisu je zvadlá květina a nadpis: The Powerless Are Tired: 1989–2019, bezmocní jsou unaveni. Mluví asi o sobě,“ započal tvrdé hodnocení Klaus a vyjmenovával, co vše v časopisu našel. Dočetl se tak například o tom, že jsme byli po pádu minulého režimu „dezorientovaní“, že ve střední Evropě „roste pravicový autoritarismus populistů“ či že máme přijímat neomezené množství migrantů, protože to „dlužíme EU“. A nenechal to bez reakce.
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Sociolog Petr Hampl prostřednictvím sociální sítě varuje, že byl v pátek schválen v Evropské unii program „Zelený nový úděl“, jenž podle něj povede k obrovským finančním dopadům na každého z nás. „Fakticky zmizel poslední argument pro členství v EU,“ píše Hampl a vztyčuje varovný prst, že to bude pro většinu obyvatel znamenat „takovou bídu, jakou jsme si ještě před pár lety vůbec nedokázali představit“. Na evropské podobě tohoto programu se v pátek shodli představitelé 26 zemí Evropské unie. Jeho cílem je, aby byla EU do poloviny tohoto století klimaticky neutrální. Výjimku ze závazku si vyjednalo jen Polsko.
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ROZHOVOR Borisi Johnsonovi se podle politologa Petra Sokola podařil úplný průlom britských voleb. „Nekončící patová situace na britské scéně nakonec vedla k tomu, že voliči gordický uzel rozetli jednoznačným volebním výsledkem,“ říká k tamním volbám a jasnému vítězství konzervativců. V rozhovoru pro ParlamentníListy.cz analyzuje, co vedlo k takovému výsledku a jaké nálady panují v britské společnosti. Mimo jiné uvedl, že i kdyby v Bruselu všichni chtěli okamžitý, rychlý brexit v prvním termínu, Británie ho prostě nebyla schopna.
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Greta Thunbergová si postěžovala, že cestou domů přes Německo jela plným vlakem a musela sedět v uličce se spoustou batohů. Jenže si tím tak trochu naběhla na vidle, protože Deutsche Bahn, německý státní dopravce, prozradily, že se Greta Thunbergová vezla také v první třídě, kde si užívala špičkové obsluhy.
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ROZHOVOR Babiš nejlépe komunikuje s voliči, zato ČSSD a KSČM udělaly spoustu chyb a ztratily levicovou razanci, říká politolog Lukáš Jelínek k aktuálním výsledkům průzkumů preferencí. „Jelikož i Trikolóra nabízí silného vůdce s vyřídilkou, jejímu vzestupu bych se nedivil,“ říká Jelínek na adresu Václava Klause ml., jehož hnutí v jednom z posledních šetření voliči přisoudili 6,5 procenta. Zároveň jde prý o potenciálního koaličního partnera ANO, za kterého by se Babiš nestyděl. A problémy opozice? Hádky, jiné programové priority, chaos, ale i osobnost Miroslava Kalouska. Na druhé straně také úvahy o koalicích...
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Vlastimil Podracký 11.12.2019, 00:10

Když ministr Brabec vypočítává, co musíme udělat, jak musíme přejít na elektřinu, ale zároveň zrušit elektrárny, jak musíme zateplit domy, což znamená už žádný dům nepostavit, co nás tedy čeká?
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Pozdní pláč nad nevratnou katastrofou

Autor neuveden 10.12.2019, 00:20

„Německý režisér a scenárista libanonského původu Imad Karim patří mezi nejostřejší kritiky islámu. Mirka Haasová se pokusila přeložit co nejvěrněji jeho FB příspěvek…
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Požáry v Amazonii způsobují rychlejší tání ledovců v Andách

Matthew Harris 10.12.2019, 00:10

Pokud jste v několika posledních měsících zapnuli televizi nebo si přečetli zprávy, pravděpodobně jste slyšeli o rozsáhlých požárech, které během letošního roku napáchaly velké škody v amazonském pralese. Požáry se v deštném pralese vyskytují každý rok, ale v posledních 11 měsících došlo k nárůstu počtu požárů o více než 70% ve srovnání s rokem 2018, což svědčí o výrazném urychlení odstraňování vegetace ze strany místních těžařských a zemědělských společností.
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Rozborová zpráva k Istanbulské úmluvě

Zdeněk Chytra 09.12.2019, 00:10

Rozborová zpráva Úmluvy Rady Evropy o prevenci a potírání násilí na ženách a domácího násilí (Istanbulská úmluva) její neodlučitelné součásti Důvodové zprávy k Úmluvě Evropy o prevenci a potírání násilí na ženách a domácího násilí
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