Pitanje ulaska BiH u EU pojavi se svako malo i neko uvijek ima neku novu ideju kako je uvesti u tu zajednicu evropskih naroda. San o ulasku BiH u EU je stara tema i povlači se okolo posljednjih dvije decenije, međutim ulazak se neće desiti skoro bez obzira na to da li neko ima ili nema ideju kako je uvesti. Jedna takva ideja se javila ovih dana i traži prečicu za dobijanje statusa kandidata za EU nakon što je kandidatski status dan Albaniji. Prema ideji koju je osmislio francuski filozof Bernard Henry-Levy, a podržali Jacques Weber i Florence Hartman, milion potpisa građana BiH bi trebao otvoriti ta vrata. Continue reading “Milion potpisa za BiH u EU ili Milion potpisa za nerad”
SURREY/BELGRADE/BERLIN – Serbia is currently one of the Balkans leaders on the road to euro-atlantic integrations and reforms processes. Change of Serbia’s political mind came as a result of work started by the last government in which Socialists and Progressives worked together and moved Serbia ahead. Once it was unimaginable that Serbia would have successful negotiations with Priština and open the doors for its own and Kosovo’s accession to EU. But today we’re seeing two faces of Serbia’s political establishment. One side supports move towards EU (PM Vučić and foreign minister/fmr PM Dačić) while President of Serbia Tomislav Nikolić (fmr. leader of Serbian Progressive Party and boss to PM Vučić) still looks towards Moscow and its allies. Last week PM Vučić received dignified and state welcome in Berlin by the Chancellor Merkel, while Mr. Nikolić received last European dictator Alexander Lukashenko to a state visit.
On Monday Quebec voters decided to say a big almost ultimate No to PQ and its leaders who wanted to talk about sovereignty and separation from Canada. United Canada and unity between English and French speaking people as much as that sound strange was defended. Defended with the best possible weapon democracy and pure simple will of the people. This situation will have great impact not only on Canada but on the other parts of the world. PQ defeat and a blunt decision of Quebecers to stay united with the rest of Canada will have impact in Scotland, Spain actually Catalonia and in a part in Bosnia.
Continue reading “Quebec voters decided unity over separatism, Scotland and Catalonia could suffer”