The EU risks breaking up unless it overhauls a controversial rule allowing firms to send temporary workers from low-wage countries to richer nations without paying their local social charges, French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday.
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BUCHAREST: French President Emmanuel Macron got lukewarm support from Romania on Thursday for his push to tighten EU rules over the employment abroad of workers from low-pay countries, but enough for ... Read more
Gabriella Engels and Afriforum have filed a review application in the Pretoria High court against South Africa's Minister of International Relations and Co-operation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane and Zimbabw ... Read more
Australia’s highest court began deliberations on whether to disqualify from office several lawmakers who hold dual citizenship, in a constitutional case that threatens to bring down the government of ... Read more