Monday, 10 March 2014

Today’s best European front pages

On this 10 March, the Ukrainian crisis and the tensions between the West and Russian president Vladimir Putin are still on most of European dailies' headlines, though some other national topics came to the front pages, along with the missing Malaysian Airways flight. Only one newspaper, French daily La Croix, puts the designation of former Luxembourg prime minister Jean-Claude Juncker as the European people's party's candidate as head of the European commission.




'Mas plans a Catalan economy [office] with 8,000 civil servants' - ABC, Madrid.



'Anonymous comments break the law' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.



'Gérard Mortier 1943-2014. 'A man should want to build cathedrals'' - De Standaard, Brussels.



'The arsonist' - Der Spiegel, Hamburg.



'Putin's dangerous game' - Dagbladet, Oslo.



'Brussels slows plans for Russian gas pipeline' - Die Welt, Berlin.



'Russian armored vehicles already close to Sebastopol' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.



'Zero-hours worse than feared' - The Guardian, London.



'Drugs sales on internet without control' - Jornal de notícias, Lisbon.



'Crimea goes to referendum' - Kommersant, Moscow.



'Six candidates to incarnate Europe' - La Croix, Paris.

2 comments:

  1. Hoy se habló de: http://www.elconfidencial.com/espana/2014-03-11/los-ocho-agujeros-que-dejo-zapatero_99910/

    Seguimos pensando que en la democracia todo se hace y tiene que pasar por el cauce del gobierno, pero eso era lo válido para la dictadura anterior.

    La verdadera democracia es la que ejercen nuestros vecinos del norte, si no están de acuerdo salen a la calle y le exigen a sus gobiernos que actúen.

    Así es como gobiernan sobre sus políticos, eso es el gobierno de la mayoría.

    Seguimos pensando que en la democracia todo se hace y tiene que pasar por el cauce del gobierno, pero eso era lo válido para la dictadura anterior.
    La verdadera democracia es la que ejercen nuestros vecinos del norte, si no están de acuerdo salen a la calle y le exigen a sus gobiernos que actúen.
    Así es como gobiernan sobre sus políticos, eso es el gobierno de la mayoría.
    Sería totalmente legítimo salir a reclamar un juicio a Zapatero por su pésima gestión, ha sido un azote del tamaño de una guerra, en lo financiero, lo económico y lo demográfico, se merece un juicio a fondo.
    Es más mientras no se pida justicia por esta causa, no se le puede pedir a nadie por causas menores, la justicia está en deuda con todos los asuntos menores por no atender a los grandes asuntos de estado que causan quebranto a muchas familias.

    ¿Hablamos además de los muertos? por aborto libre y gratuito incluso de menores sin consentimiento, de los suicidados desde el inicio de la crisis. de la farsa del juicio del 11M, de los muertos por la frontera o por intentar a llegar a ella por el efecto llamada desde que a este señor se le ocurriera dar paso libre y no hacer nada provocando una "invasión" de ilegales o dando legalidad a quien debió ser devuelto por entrar irregularmente.
    Cada cierto número de nacimientos nace uno que lleva a toda la sociedad de su época a la ruina,,, a nosotros con Zapatero "nos ha tocado la china" (echarlo a suertes y perder).

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  2. We still believe in democracy everything is done and must pass through the channel of the Government, but that was as valid for the previous dictatorship. True democracy is that our neighbors to the North, exert if they do not agree take to the streets and demand their Governments to act. So this is how they rule on his political, that is the Government's most. http://www.elconfidencial.com/espana/2014-03-11/los-ocho-agujeros-que-dejo-zapatero_99910/ "we have 10 times the population of Finland and 20 times more arguments than they to demand justice." We still believe in democracy everything is done and must pass through the channel of the Government, but that was as valid for the previous dictatorship. True democracy is that our neighbors to the North, exert if they do not agree take to the streets and demand their Governments to act. So this is how they rule on his political, that is the Government's most. It would be completely legitimate to go out to have a trial to Zapatero for their bad management, it has been a scourge of the size of a war, in the demographic, economic and financial, deserves a trial thoroughly. Moreover while justice are not required for this cause, not ask anyone for minor reasons, justice is indebted to all the minor issues by not attending the great Affairs of State, causing destruction to many families. You mean besides the dead? by free abortion even of minors without the consent of the suicides since the start of the crisis. the farce of the trial of 11M, from the dead by the border or to try to reach it by the effect called since occurred to this Lord give free passage and do nothing causing an "invasion" of illegal or giving legality to who should be returned to enter irregularly.Every certain number of births is one that leads to all the society of their time to ruin, to us with Zapatero "we touched china" (throw it to luck and losing).

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