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Anti-austerity lawmakers have ousted Portugal’s centre-right government by rejecting its policy proposals less than two weeks after it was sworn in
Portugal’s prime minister has warned that leaving the path of reforms and meeting eurozone commitments would ruin the country. Pedro Passos Coelho
Romania's parliament has voted overwhelmingly to block an inquiry into Prime Minister Victor Ponta. Deputies voted 231 to 120 to preserve his immunity.
Fighting broke out in Nepal’s parliament early Tuesday morning (January 20) as a deadline approaches to complete work on a new constitution
Failed last-ditch negotiations have led to the dissolution of the Haitian parliament. President Michel Martelly was unable to persuade opposition
Protesters in Burkina Faso have reportedly set light to the country’s parliament building and ransacked state television on Thursday (October 30)
Hopes for the quick formation of a new inclusive Iraqi government have been dashed. Sunnis and Kurds walked out of the first session of the
Turbulence in the east has triggered violence in Ukraine’s parliament which has passed a law envisaging long jail terms for acts against the
Earlier on Friday Ukraine’s parliament overwhelmingly voted in favour of a return to the country’s 2004 constitution. While it means President
Before Tuesday’s street violence in Kyiv there were stormy scenes inside Ukraine’s parliament. Staff refused to register an opposition resolution