France's Emmanuel Macron calls for revival of EU democracy
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 () In his first speech before the EU parliament, France's Emmanuel Macron called for energetic reforms and open debate with European citizens. Macron also decried the bickering between EU politicians as a "fool's game."
The French President has urged Europeans to defend their model of liberal democracy in the face of rising autocratic regimes around the world. In an address to the EU Parliament in Strasbourg, Emmanuel Macron also said France was ready to increase its contribution to the EU budget, on condition that...
French President Emmanuel Macron warned on Tuesday that divisions between democracy and authoritarianism in Europe were becoming like a "civil war". Zee News - WorldAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •Deutsche Welle
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