Theresa May in action
The UK. Under the leadership of Theresa May is finally set to trigger Article 50 of key EU treaty on March 29 2017.
She has kept to her word in letter and spirit by assuring its citizens that she would “broker a best deal for United Kingdom” according to BBC.
Tim Barrow, Britain’s ambassador to 28 nations EU, informed the European Council President Tusk of finally exiting the European Union.
It could take at least two years for UK to complete the most important negotiation, thus severing the trade ties of 43 years.
Prime Minister Theresa May ought to make announce in the House of Commons on March 29TH, the day Article 50 is triggered.
The European Commission confirmed it stood ready to help launch the negotiations.
The UK is expected to turn a new leaf towards building trade relations with thriving world economies especially with South Asian booming markets rather than confining itself to EU cage.
The move is crucial in a way it could plunge United Kingdom into a period of uncertainty.
It is to be seen and watch UK survives the Exit successfully.
Asia’s youngest Nation
East Timor, Asia’s youngest democracy became independent on May 20th in 2002.
With 60 percent unemployment the country held polls for Presidential elections on Monday, 20th March 2017, fourth time since its independence in 2002.
Francisco “ Lu olo” Guterres backed by party that led independence struggle (FRETILIN) is the most coveted one to win the election.
East Timor was under the occupation of Portugal, who settled down in 16th century and was in command till 1975.
Later on Indonesia invaded it and annexed it with their country,
It was after great struggle East Timor became independent.
The young Nation is determined to build the future of their people.
French former President Nicolas Sarkozy was caught unawares when a judge ruled that Sarkozy must stand trial over the charges that his party falsified to hide 20 million Euros of campaign spending in 2012.
Popularly known as Bygmalion scandal, centers around the charges leveled against Sarkozy’s party UMP raising invoices to the tune of 20 million Euros in name of the party through a public relation company, Bygmalion thus allowing it to spend double the amount than permitted under the French campaign financial laws.
Sarkozy, thus, is the second President to be accosted under law, the first being President Jacques Chirac who was given two years suspended sentence for misappropriation of public funds.
Netherland vs. Turkey row
The Knives are out. Netherland and Turkey are fighting.
The Dutch Govt refused two Turkish ministers to hold rally with Turkish citizens in Rotterdam as reported by REUTERS.
The rallies had been called to address ethnic Turkish residents in Rotterdam to vote yes for providing sweeping powers to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on April16 referendum.
The Dutch police used water canons and attack dogs on the protesters who retaliated
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan retorted angrily calling Dutch “Nazi remnants”
The Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim went a step ahead by promising to take “harshest ways” and “ respond in kind to this unacceptable behaviour” in retaliation.
Turkish president Erdogan’s fresh controversial statement accusing the Dutch of being behind the gruesome slaughter of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica in 1995 “they have nothing to do with the civilized world they have nothing to do with modern world”
Almost 8000Muslim men and boys were reported being killed by Bosnian Serb troops in Srebrenica with a Dutch battalion of UN Peacekeepers allegedly failing to halt the gruesome slaughter.
It appears that the world Nations are pursuing the path of violence against one another with no remorse or regret.
The United Nations Organization needs to take lead in pursuing the warring Nations across the globe to usher into serious peace talks for the well being of millions who live with a hope of prosperous future
.We hope wisdom dawns on the people of this great world irrespective of caste creed color to sit across and seek much needed Peace for good.
The Researchers at Queensland University in Australia have developed models of human heart tissue to study Cardiac biology and disease in laboratory stage to help understand the means to arrest the spreading disease.
The scientists have invented functional “beating” human heart muscle from stem cell a significant step in this direction.