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some mental states for evil also threaten their independence. also georgians have to turn to the international human rights court to get justice for american method by high ranking officials exposing the parents flaw in countries much to do the legal system. as well next start he talks to a member of the european parliament and says a growing e-mail for christie is leading to an inability to solve pressing problems on the continent. yeah. he heads the euro skeptic e.c. all brought fighting to take control back from brussels just as often do you believe the e.u. secretly taking new powers without telling people. yes exactly idea to build up call on the consulate of corporate tax base and all these things of course for the first loop it might look innocent but if you go down what is behind
that it might be a one instrument in the future might lead to a further harm addition of tax base which is something we very hard about those i can see sort of risk you coming to that you want particular risk it probably is but there are some hidden measures that might lead to further harmonize ation fiscal policy and tax policy and reshipped not allow to happen that tax policy and texture is fiction as well as fiscal autonomy should be given a quarter and should be lifted up from the national level to the european level i think the national governments definitely should have full control over day tax policy over their fiscal policy which means social systems pension systems health care systems the things should not be given out in favor of the european authorities or european institutions why does the e.u.
need urgent reform and we have to try to change the paradigm of the e.u. itself because for the last fifty years the e.u. has been driven by integration of the. idea as a closer union by the idea that a shifting of powers faults from national level to the european level is a good thing with some deep analysis of the time seems to be over. and what we need now are some second thoughts what exactly should be executed on the european level and what should be executives on the national level to find out the right balance between the european. on the national level give us an example of how the e.u. is wasting money first of all we have to look at because a member of the european parliament we have to look at the expenses of the european
parliament itself and there is a very good example a very simple example why the european parliament should have two seats one in brussels and the other one in strasbourg it costs additional almost three hundred million of euros per year if you have to move once in a six week from brussels so let's have only one seat and we can give and we can show by practical example so the people of europe that we are able to save the taxpayers money how is the european union hurting business we can see a lot of legal acts that have been adopted by the european parliament prepared by the european commission that in fact not helping very much to a business environment in the european union not very business friendly so say and we would like to remove at least some of them we would like to have a liberal free market not a market which is bound by a never ending number of various regulations second example itself across the
common for in security policy you can see that it's very hard to achieve any common approach whenever it comes to some crucial questions that in fact the e.u. member states i think much more than they are on then on some common basis and i think this is natural and we have to count with that we've seen protests here in brussels against the e.u. which of their demands do you sympathize with of course it could be understandable from certain point of view from their point of view from trade unions probably a few but it doesn't mean automatically that they are right i think that they have to understand and trade unions all around europe should understand that we live in times of very uneasy austerity. measures that many european governments west pending much more than they should have and now they make they have to make some curbs they have to put their own budgets under strict control so i think that
this direction is the right one that really governments should be much more sober much more decent when it comes to public expenditure and unfortunately probably in the foreseeable future it will be provoking some public disagree in some segments of the population you think the euro is a fundamentally weak currency i think that the moment the position of the czech republic it's very comfortable it's a position to wait and see and i think we have plenty of time to wait and to see what will happen with euro of course we wish the eurozone to be successful we are very much dependent on our exports to your ozone it doesn't mean that we should be keen to join the euro in some very short or foreseeable future why do you want decision making in the e.u. isn't democratic or there's a lot of thaw. a lot of today how to make european union more the
more cryptic in my feeling the european parliament itself. body which can represent to some extent nations and people of europe but not the only one and from my own feeling also the european council is the institution which is very representative when it comes to representation of individual member states and nations so i do not like very much the fight some kind of tension between the european council on one hand and perhaps european commission or european parliament on the other hand it doesn't for any good and i think that these institutions through rather cooperate then to compete with a. each other you believe the e.u. doesn't respect listen to its smallest states integration is also to some extent very emotional issue and of course those trees who are so-called founding fathers
of the european to gratian might be more emotional with the whole for the rest concept than those who joined later so you can see probably more hesitancy towards the whole integration is the concept in those countries who joined the european union later in some other way off and lived and then amongst the original ones you're from the czech republic which split fairly amicably from slovakia why do you think here in belgium and across the e.u. ethnic tensions are rising it seems that the federal system the system of decision making and it's extremely complicated and of course there's also a huge transfer between the flemish part and bologna and part of the country and some people might like it some of them might not like it. by the way this aspect is very similar to what was happening in former czechoslovakia which was one reason
for the split. divorce you talk about differences between the e.u. member states on libyan military intervention which are the key differences for you i think that any international involvement in any international engagement be it united nations be nato be it european union it's welcomed but what we have seen was but e.u. was not very much able to act on a united basis so at least nato at the moment is able to act and if it's able to cover the whole operation by its own also pretty then in my feeling it's a good thing to me e.u. and russia do you believe there should be more dialogue what i thing that's worthwhile because russia despite the fact that. because it's not a member of the european union it's very important controversy through also a big supply of. resources yes all the deal members of the european parliament
thank you for speaking with all to. a cluster mission. inside the container you have many small bombs and you can have anywhere from dozens up to hundreds of them there's a huge market right now for battle area clearance because there are a lot of countries in the world that are contaminated by unexploded ordinance. and so you've got these companies and n.g.o.s that have basically shrunk that have an expertise to get rid of these weapons what they do is they go to these places they will hire local train the locals how to do the clearance let the locals basically take ownership because you know they have a vested interest in clearing their home and they're putting themselves at risk
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much trumpeted legal system. school sneezes next. thanks for watching the schools and these are the headlines mancini stays man sitting in the champions league football with one the big three. while following is the league of celebrations are put on i saw three out from the forward. french defeat russia's last man in my eagle and three or. but first the four pull of manchester city have ensured they will play champions league football next season she curing fourth place in the english premier league after one zero win over tottenham at eastlands last night and one goal from p.d. cranks giving them the win and that means they are seven points clear of fifth place that will call for just two games to play tel and still have
a chance of taking place but which offers you raised by league football or city's win also guarantees but i face cup final city europa league football next season well over in spain reanimate had delayed barcelona's league title celebrations for twenty four hours at least after their phone a win over the last night but basso will clench a third consecutive league title if they beat live venti on wednesday hold a five point lead at the top form reale and have three games left the place and even before real kicked off last night past the pep guardiola said he was just concentrating on the base of events. first we need to win the league and dissipating things tells us lessons we can do neither is very serious let's not even see supreme themes as we can't control the outcome of madrid versus sort of a school so it is best to concentrate on how we can observe people in monday. meanwhile here in russia tear skaar have an opportunity to avenge their one nil league defeat to moscow rivals bar tack as they get to the stadium in the
semifinals of the russian cup on wednesday but at the top and remains in caretaker charge of he conceded two late goals in saturday's two one's home defeat prompting carter to say. something between i can be guarded on the surface of this place to be one in three games and in the other semifinal. unpredictable rostral for twelfth in the league but they're now in the quarter final second in russia's second syria on one quarter final. and went back to business and could now be just one out win away from the police. but another football. has been played by the country's sports minister of racial discrimination him football federation colleagues had allegedly discussed whether to curb training academy access for young french players and you'll nationality many of them black and arab but after the investigation sports news the show on trial. said no and discrimination laws were
broken she called the coach's discussion at a meeting last november as borderline racist but said the idea was subsequently dismissed in quotes as never implemented. no fact shows that will run you blind is proof of discrimination you're under contract to put moral values and respect other people dashwood again and the union minded. should be. a geisha as had been made in the british parliament for free from members sought bribes in return for backing england's failed twenty eighteen world cup bid in last december's vote england is carrying out a parliamentary investigation into why they got so few votes and people reason isn't pulling any punches pointing a finger or brazilian football chief product head of hair i think is tired of representative or are we mccooey he also said the head of paraguayan football replaced the old wanted a knighthood and three for president jack warner expected
a million dollar facility to be built in trinidad and tobago in return for his buy something the one that denies it always happens on the same day fifa kicked off a campaign to improve football before the twenty fourteen world cup not ideal and there were also accusations as our hope two of cameroon and jackson rumors of the ivory coast work had one and a half million dollars to vote for cats are it will stay twenty or twenty two world cup people present that blatter back to take action against those who break your faith in. our team a cyclist out of a friend who was killed during the tour basically pulled and of the race day and of the riders held a minute's silence at the start of yesterday's stage in memory of the twenty six year old left a trail along with other riders for black ribbons and paid tribute many starlets at the start of yesterday stage from genoa to vernon oh no points were awarded for the stage and teams took it in turns to right at the front before leopard were allowed
to cross the line first as a mark of respect planted was killed instantly after falling during the stand of the batter mountain pass on stage very competitive riding regimes the day with the fifth stage from beyond the no to order yet though. tennis noun the last russian standing at the right masters egon bread has crashed out in the second round now rank outside the top one hundred in the world and they have had to qualify for this prestigious tournament in the hands of richard gaspé six one six two the french removes the first man into round three and he's in line to play roger federer next . briton andy murray finally recovered his clay cold feet you see i became belgians having nice ample his place in the third rank never really found his top form but good enough to shrug off a sloppy second set and try and sixty two six six three. while fifty eight past ten and of a task in three sets like
a disaster star city got it right than sacrificing the sat i looked down and in the second one glasgow serve for the match but he rallied for an unlikely way in the bookies place the ground. after the first round by thomas burdick to go on trial in monaco and i think. they're much less than a week ago thirty one in straight sets and ripped it open in spain and again the czech was in complete control this match sixty six. while on the ladies' side class fellow russian catalina mccullough right in straight sets the french open champion just this bony had also has also advanced around three the second season of italian proving too strong for american policy i was thinking mchale six three six one the score on the make store chains for the other three russians a sixteen seed and to see a change of beach and al she has in trace said but it wasn't a date. he lost seven five six one space german and that expected to catch on
finally well i'm with football of the indoor variety where an international women's side or footsore tournament was held in moscow this weekend and consequent tough off went along so watch. the second edition of the annual international tournament featured four nations russia spain ukraine and hungary and after they will play the challenge the will was decided in the closing measure between spain and the host nation to claim the title the russians have to win though this ban is needed only to draw the two sides had met several times and know each other well had to reach the semifinals of the words world cup in twenty tam or two other orsen wells spain is a good motivator for us i don't have to focus my players on the match just after the national team had been established went to spain and health several matches so when you would check stands or the pressure was high and the game very tight it's easy
to cautiously concentrating on solely defending there was still lots of good scoring opportunities but the goalkeeper is wanting top form this banish number one saving all because it's always been to midway through the first twenty minutes however the spanish finally put an old is in france in the middle of the second hole after some nice pissing moves all the fuel. was there with the bolting until the russian woman didn't give up though and did everything to come back and he and water boarded one person someone who went on to receive them e.p. award made up for her panty mistake while i's just two minutes before the final whistle the russians went on out in the dying seconds but in vain want to the finals for such of course to be on top of the team lee it's an important step forward for us because last year was the decider need one no need to feed it why not mika the spaniards only out of a time when running them to. yes boy was russia has become
a tough opponent for us a few yeas ago in a friendly but since then they've progressed at all it's. so spain one of the overall winners of the tournament brewing like a men's kidney team they are one of the haiti weights in the sport well russia just behind them and enjoyed for them in the world rankings is a bit out of our team. and that brings us to the end of the sport for the month or more a bit like her. the question was the same of jargon joe biden is going to have to say the model isn't taliban bad guys with the killing of osama bin laden u.s. president barack obama has an historic opportunity on afghanistan will he use it and what is the downside.
would be soo much brighter if you move on from violence to pressure in some. ways from the stone totty don't come. in a cluster mission. and inside the container you have many many small bombs and you can have anywhere from dozens up to hundreds of them there's a huge market right now for battle area clearance because there are a lot of countries in the world that are contaminated by unexploded ordinance. and so you got these companies and n.g.o.s that have basically shrunk that have an expertise to get rid of these weapons what they do is they go to these places they will hire locals train the locals how to do the clearance they'll let the locals basically take ownership because you know they have
they fixed it this is not a promotion but warn. me finish it and we shall see stephanie what are you sure the supreme victory speaks they have no idea about the hardships to face. one it is this is it all come to this and for in the army the life of abusing is the most precious thing in the world. is of self-sacrifice and heroism of those who understand it fully you have to live it. my.