As Lithuania prepares to host the NATO summit in July 2023, the country is facing a major political scandal involving politicians' expenses.
News outlet Euractiv confirmed that the European Public Prosecutor’s office is now investigating Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ administration for facilitating the illegal export of the spyware known as Predator to countries in Asia and Africa.
On 17th February 2023, the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) renewed its call for action after Emilia Șercan, a Romanian journalist, faced a new smear campaign roughly one year after Șercan filed an initial police complaint.
Greece’s ruling New Democracy government survived a no-confidence vote initiated by the main opposition party SYRIZA over the wiretapping scandal “Predatorgate”.
In December 2022 and January 2023, news about Belgium was dominated by the so-called “Qatargate” scandal.
On 11th October 2021, after holding consultations with all parties in parliament, President Klaus Iohannis proposed the leader of the centre-right Save Romania Union (USR, formerly USR Plus), Dacian Ciolos, as a candidate to form a new government.
Lithuania has experienced a steady rise in COVID-19 infections since July 2021 and is ranking 1st in the European Union in terms of a 14-day case notification rate per 100,000 inhabitants in mid-October 2021.
On 7th October 2021, the government controlled Constitutional Tribunal ruled that the Polish constitution trumps EU law, sparking concerns of a “Polexit” (Poland's exit from the EU).
The fifth wave hit Spain in July 2021 with tens of thousands of new COVID-19 infection cases every week. Thanks to the vaccinations the death rate is however much lower.
On 10th August 2021, Poland’s ruling coalition collapsed.
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