With their mudslinging against journalists, various populists have made an important gain. They can do as they please, spending taxpayers’ money without any accountability.
From the moment that public money is being spent, there should be oversight and the government has a duty to publish all of the facts.
The scenes from Havana were quite surreal...
There is a huge elephant in the middle of the room and on the face of democratic process. It is the 6,3 billion dollars in 2012 congressional and presidential election costs in US alone.
The fact that the Supreme Court accepted Dimitriou’s appeal suggests that her explanatory report contained a specific number for the 2009 deficit.
Greece has the misfortune of having the most inadequate leadership possible for such a juncture, and it may end up paying a lot more for Brexit than the Britons themselves.
The country’s biggest transport organization is entering the electronic age with all the slipshod amateurism that characterizes all of the new technologies/programs that the government has been forced to implement.