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South Africa Parliament fire reignites
South Africa's National Assembly building in Cape Town reignited on Monday, after a major fire the day before gutted the 138-year-old parliament complex.
Fire reignites at South Africa's Parliament in Cape Town
The fire that has already destroyed South Africa's main Parliament chamber flared up again about 36 hours after it started.
Fire burns Parliament building in Cape Town
A major fire that erupted Sunday at South Africa's national Parliament complex in Cape Town has spread to the National Assembly
Musical chairs: Germany's FDP to swap Bundestag seats with CDU
The new coalition partners have said they no longer want to sit next to the German's far-right AfD party.
Kiril Petkov chosen by Bulgarian parliament as next prime minister
Petkov is the co-leader of the new anti-corruption We Continue The Change party.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian Serbs vote for withdrawing from central institutions
Western countries have expressed concern that the move could trigger further division in Bosnia.
Swiss minister Ignazio Cassis chosen as country's next president
Switzerland’s presidency rotates every year among the seven members of the executive Federal Council.
Romanian MPs approve coalition that will see rotating prime ministers
Under the coalition agreement, Romania will rotate its prime minister every 18 months before the next parliamentary elections.
UK MP Stella Creasy ‘baffled’ by rule banning her baby from Parliament
A number of British politicians have demanded changes to parliamentary rules after Labour MP Stella Creasy was told she couldn’t bring her baby into Parliament.
Magdalena Andersson to become Sweden's first female prime minister
Andersson, the current finance minister, will replace Stefan Löfven.
Republic of North Macedonia
North Macedonia coalition blocks no confidence vote in parliament
The parliament of North Macedonia was due to meet on Thursday to vote on a motion of no confidence in the government.
Portugal’s parliament approves revised bill legalising euthanasia
Parliament passed the first version of the bill in January, but President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa had asked the Constitutional Court to review it.
German man convicted of passing Bundestag floor plans to Russia
Federal prosecutors said the suspect had sent details and floor plans of the Bundestag building in Berlin to Russian military intelligence.
UK Conservative MP faces suspension for breaching lobbying rules
Britain’s parliamentary standards watchdog said that the Tory MP Owen Paterson should be suspended from the House of Commons.
Germany's newly elected Bundestag meets for first time since election
The German parliament is expected to elect Baerbel Bas of the centre-left Social Democrats as its new speaker.
Romanian MPs fail to support new government proposal of Dacian Ciolos
The vote result risks prolonging Romania's ongoing political crisis amid an acute surge of coronavirus cases.
How do France and Italy protect their elected officials?
After the murder of Sir David Amess in the UK, Euronews journalists looked at how France and Italy guarantee the safety of their elected officials.
Spotlight on politicians' safety after fatal stabbing of British MP
Amess was stabbed at a constituent meeting known as a surgery in Leigh-on-Sea on Friday and died at the scene. In 2016, MP Jo Cox was shot and stabbed while on her way to a surgery.
Belarus will refuse to take back migrants until the EU lifts sanctions
The vote on Monday formalises the move that was announced by Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko in June.
Queen speaks of 'deep affection' for Scotland as she opens parliament
The party of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants independence from Britain and, if it is ever secured, it's unclear whether the Queen would remain head of state.