Mon. May 17th, 2021

The issue of the rule of law has become a central issue in the European Union over the last decade. Up until recently, the spotlight was mainly on concerns over Hungary and Poland. But now the European Commission has decided to widen its horizons.

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3 thoughts on “European Commission widens its horizons in crackdown on corruption and abuse of law”
  1. The Greeks of Cyprus, Armenia and Georgia are the only pre-Ottoman and Christian states left after the Ottomans destroyed and Islamised the Anatolia region. Several richer civilisations than anything the Ottoman raiders and slavers were capablle of were extinguished. That is why the Western and Orthodox worlds should be especially concerned with the survival and flourishing of the Armenians, Georgians and the Greeks of Cyprus. They are all that is left of the superior pre-Ottoman civilsations of the Asia Minor region. The EU must get involved!

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