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Angela Merkel’s preferred successor, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, won’t run for chancellor
"German chancellor Angela Merkel's era parents unexpectedly quit her position on Monday plunging her Conservative Party into an even deeper crisis as it struggles to agree on its future political direction and a great crime car about told leading members of the Christian Democratic Union she won't be seeking the chancellor's ship in next year's general election ending locals plans to handed the reins to more than fifteen years in power the announcement follows days of infighting within the party over its handling last week of the election of a state governor regional party lawmakers voted with the far right's alternative for Germany party or AFP to oust the left wing incumbents defying appeals from crime caramba and further undermining her
Germany's Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer Won’t Run for Chancellor
"Angela Merkel's era parents unexpectedly quit her position on Monday plunging her Conservative Party into an even deeper crisis as it struggles to agree on its future political direction and a great crime car about told leading members of the Christian Democratic Union she won't be seeking the chancellor's ship in next year's general election ending locals plans to handed the reins of the more than fifteen years in power the announcement follows days of infighting within the party over its handling last week of the election of a state governor regional party lawmakers voted with the far right alternative for Germany party or AFP to use the left wing incumbents defying appeals from crime caramba and further undermining her
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer Won’t Run for Chancellor
"German chancellor Angela Merkel's era parents unexpectedly quit her position on Monday plunging her Conservative Party into an even deeper crisis as it struggles to agree on its future political direction and a great crime car about told leading members of the Christian Democratic Union she won't be seeking the chancellor's ship in next year's general election ending locals plans to handed the reins to more than fifteen years in power the announcement follows days of infighting within the party over its handling last week of the election of a state governor regional party lawmakers voted with the far right alternative for Germany party or AFP to use the left wing incumbents defying appeals from crime caramba and further undermining her
Brexit vote setback for Boris Johnson in Parliament
"There is a razor thin margin is the British parliament votes today on the new brexit plan to leave the European Union after getting the European Union to back his plan prime minister Boris Johnson has been working to get support back home since the deal must be approved by the British parliament and the European Parliament Johnson needs three hundred twenty votes in parliament to get the deal through with a vote expected to be very close the difference may come down to the ten members of parliament from northern Ireland's Democratic Union party who have already said they will
As Boris Johnson Pursues Brexit, All Eyes Are on Northern Ireland
"Off on in the times of London do you pay that as the coalition partner the Democratic Union party of Northern Northern Ireland do you P. opens door to new brexit deal for Boris Johnson in the Financial Times they are also speculating that perhaps the the brexit border will begin at the Irish Sea not at the border between Northern Ireland the Republic of Ireland and the guardians matte repeats the very same thing saying that the do you P. has softened its position and in the telegram Boris Johnsons to hold talks with John Claude Yoker in looks of the board and that is again there may be a deal out there that gets rid of the backstop for people understand that the gunners in United Kingdom is four kingdoms and developments drove the debate this week from the far north kingdom's Scotland where the highest court in the land ruled without a fact the prorogation was illegal and the southern most. kingdom Northern Ireland is the southern working them apparently changed their negotiating position what do you make of all this well talk about the backs talk in a minute first the sec the ruling of the High Court of Scotland is an interesting thing because I think what's underlying all of this is the fundamental political question who gets to rule who's in charge who has authority in America that is the constitutional majority there say the majority of the citizens as they are organized under the constitution Lincoln said famously a constitutional majority changing free lead with changes in circumstances in time is the only true sovereign of a free people. so so here's an interesting thing about Britain see Britain doesn't have the kind of cut it in the constitution but not the kind of constitution we have they don't have a document a four thousand words agreed and ratified by convention and then by the people that is unsourced Tate. at what they have is a bunch of big things that were done mostly in the course of disputes between the crown in parliament. that set up the sort of main outlines the British politics but there's no document for a court to refer to and say this law passed by the people because the the great features of the British constitution by the way are acts of parliament not the people. there's no document like that that I can appeal to and say the parliament did wrong here. right and and so that's just the way it works in a you know Churchill says once that that's been this has the added advantage of the British constitution is age custom and flexibility yeah and the and the disadvantages flexibility and and the advantage of the American constitution is coherence and and that clarity and strictness and those of the disadvantages to. so anyway. now the issue is that program is Boris Johnson wants to do one or both of two things right away. he wants to leave brexit on October thirty one one with or without a deal. or out and he wants an election now Alexian is going to the people and it's a it's a custom into how old thing see in America are Lexus our elections are fixed in time. two years every two years for the house every every two years for one third of the Senate every four years for the president right nobody has any choice about that that's constitutional in Britain the election may come at any time. international regarded that as of wonderful advantage because when the parliament gets deadlocked or there's a mass then you can go ask them again. and so first of all Boris Johnson is hogtied right because they have prevented a no deal brexit. they they that you know the existing British law said before they did that that Britain could lead was gonna leave on October thirty one without condition and now they can't go unless the European Union says so and the second thing is they stopped they they have prevented him calling election because of a that when you call the fixed term parliaments act which is in my opinion abomination David Cameron did it at a Tory. because he needs a two thirds majority of the house to call for an election and so he stuck right they they have tied his hands in international negotiations and this ruling about the program prorogation in Scotland that overturns the whole way the British
"democratic union" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Your news now continues Venezuelan deputy Foreign Minister Carlos, Ron on Thursday, urge the Trump administration to not hand over the country's embassy in Washington DC to leaders of an attempted coup after US law enforcement forcibly ru peace activists who had lived there, since last month as gas A, President, Nicolas Medeiros government. The anti media reports an attorney for the embassy protection collective said activists were charged with interference with certain protective functions which a State Department spokesperson confirmed to the Washington Post the arrest came after weeks of tension between the embassy protection collective and supporters of Dennis Waylon, opposition leader, one point. Oh, who got it outside in January, oak lane, Medeiros latest election was a sham and declared himself. Interim president. Germany has voted to define the boycott divestment sanctions movement as antisemitic becoming the first major European parliament to do. So the German parliament on Friday voted to accept a motion defining beat ES as anti-semitic the motion, resist the DS movement fighting anti semitism was sponsored by the two largest parties. Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union, and they social democrat party, as well as the green party and the Free Democratic Party. The anti media reports that on the BBS movement, specifically the motion claim that the arguments patterns and methods of the BS movement, or antisemitic as evidence the motion argued that media's don't buy stickers, which aimed identify products of Israeli origin, so consumers can refrain from purchasing them. Arouse associations with Nazi slogan. Don't buy from Jews and are reminiscent of the most horrific phase in German history. Although the motion is non binding, it's. Both within Germany across Europe is likely to be profound. The move could also pave the way for other groups to be labelled antisemitic for their criticism of Israel..
"democratic union" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"May will be meeting MP's today to try and find new routes to deliver Brexit Britain's exit from the European Union to recap they have been too big votes in the parliament in the past couple of days in the first on Tuesday, Theresa May's deal with the EU was overwhelmingly rejected by peas in the biggest ever defeat for a government in the second on Wednesday night had government survived a no-confidence vote called by the opposition labor party. So how far will your budge to help Theresa May after her crushing defeat a question? I put to German EMMY p that's Christian L A. He's a member of the Christian Democratic Union. There's a certain complexity with the with the European continent. What to do because I mean, if you would have a constructive majority in the parliament saying, we don't want this. So that I think you're might be willing to talk about that. But whom to appease the one one? Trey union at the end of the world and want to have a hard Brexit to appeal the ones who wanted to dispose entrance into the European common market because they see the advantages or the one in the parliament who don't want to leave the union. So the question is what would come out of the negotiations, and to what extent that would change majorities in the parliament? And that's hard to tell the time question the upcoming European elections. Yes. There's a lot of Lexi and instructs focus these days. And nobody would know what is plan b and European leaders. Have not yet agreed on plan b have they they have nothing up their sleeve yet. And they see no advantage in scrambling to find one it's always portrayed that the union is an abstract organization critical administrative use, you officials not elected. Number sending a constituency I'm European. I have a custodial see where a lot of British citizens living. There's Rolls Royces the biggest employer. So I'm representing the Europe of an integrated economy, the European integrated society in a way, so why should be compromise on on the Irish question. We think it's benefited had been a benefit for for the United Kingdom for island that we we have a peace policy Northern Ireland. So how'd compromise on issues where we think it's also benefiting the United Kingdom possibly compromise on on on financial market why to give access to the financial markets. If institutions don't want to pay to the rules. We've also got the other opposing view in in your vows reading this in the spectator magazine. It says deep down there's a lot of Europeans at secretly admire the United Kingdom, they what they really think about Brexit is that. They're looking to see how the u k can walk away from it. And it, and it would set an example because a lot of European saw that Brussels had too much control in the EU. That means a lot. I mean, we have this nationalist populist movements in in Europe. Now, it's a question, it might be a certain reaction to globalization to a world which is fairly abstract for for a lot of people. But what does that lead to mean, we see what that lead to in in the UK to agonizing two to chaos to cook, very problematic understanding, how complex the world is and simple. So that might be a certain amount of number of people in Europe feeling sympathetic to this simplistic kinda bounces, but you see to what it leads. I mean, the country the nation of rationalism the nation of John Locke is completely blocked, and it's ignoring the economic realities also the reality of integrated society, chairman MVP, Christian Ehler, this is date. On the BBC World Service. Our top headline North Korea's top nuclear negotiators arrived in Beijing reportedly on route to Washington to help preparations for second summit between President Trump and Kim Jong UN Kenyon is with us. At sports news is all about the Australian Open to start with this marathon that marathon my day wasn't Maratha match between Milosevic and stand Vavrinec in the end row niche. The men's number sixteen seat is one through to the third round. It went to just over four hours. Four set all four of them finishing on tie-breaks to third-set tie-break went to thirteen eleven on court at the moment women's world number-one Simona Halla perf against Shafei Kenan Halley had been way ahead. She won the first set six three, but Kenny and won the second set on a tie-break, and they are just there for starting a deciding third later on Novak Djokovic against Jo Wilfried Sanga and Eugenie Boucher versus Serena Williams. Elsewhere more records falling in the NBA. Steph. Curry has become the first player to score eight or more three pointers three games on the trot. Did that as Golden State Warriors beat the New Orleans pelicans and a combined forty three three pointers in that game between the two is a new MBA record as well. Now, let's talk about concussion and sport rugby union and the NFL to sports which are grappling with the and football is getting involved as well with increasing concern repeated heading of the baller a central part of the game. That is show retain hardly anyone ever really thinks about it. Even can cause long-term serious damage. Professor. Tony belly is a neurosurgeon at Birmingham university in the UK. He's now involved in a study, which is brought in the English Premier League to try and develop tests instantaneous tests, essentially to see if someone has suffered a concussion the first question for him. They use saliva is it really possible to see whether someone has been concussed from this and either. Yeah, it seems. Entirely possible. In fact is. We're doing this study. And actually, we did it last year in the Rugby Football Union collecting samples from players had the ranger assessment immediately on the page and then after the match and actually we discovered that. Yes. It's possible to measure they sort of certain compounds in saliva that can very accurately. Tell us whether it can cash Kurds are not actually in a in a completely unprecedented way when say with a very high degree of accuracy, and can you build up a picture of how much had trauma an individual suffers. So you test them after one match then test them after after the next one and showing does it show the level of intensity? So what these biomarkers at the moment actually showed the the concussion very quickly. And this by Marcus stay out for a few days. The next part of the study actually starting a very interesting question duty show sort of cumulative damage, we don't know that yet possibly sort of our something we're gonna launch the three in the next few months, but will they can tell us. He's actually where somebody's having an acute injury. And if said is by Marcus will sort of reveal themselves so for for several days. Well, we actually also doing and not just by other sports as well to see whether there's an accumulation over time of biomarkers that could indicate some long term health issues and the English Premier League is is getting involved in this within the study when players tested if they've had a suspicion of of a concussion is that going to be acted on by ficials on the day. Someone can be tested on the side of the pitch. And then kept out from the rest of the game. Is that going to be a consequence of this? Ultimately what we want? We want exactly as we want. If the test is used on the pitch size and to make a very quick assessment to the player, and obviously decision that can inform the toxins whether they she stay on or should be removed to miss exactly what we want really want to get there. Obviously the momentum was still in research phase. So we don't want the results to influence decisions. Otherwise, it was a crater a bit of a circular I given. So we we're testing and the results from the era were very encouraging and see if the test is validated. They means is diverse. Exactly that's going to be used to make those big decisions and in from your expertise. Do you believe that regular concussions does cause long-term damage? Oh, I think no one will doubt. Actually, there is a link between repeated concussions and long term brain health. Obviously doesn't affect. Of everyone, obviously, the majority of people have repeated concussions absolutely fine. But clearly, there are a number of reports cases of of particular American football players in other sports. There have repeated concussions that have defended near degeneration. So clearly there is a link that well, we don't know yet is strong linkage and that was professor Tony belly from Birmingham university. And that's a really interesting study which could change the way that sports deal with head injuries and concussions. Not to. Thank you. Now to business news nex. And it's been reported in the United States that the Chinese tech giant hallway is being investigated for allegedly stealing trade secrets from American companies. Matt Davis is here about what's this all about? Well, this is in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times highway and the US department of Justice of actually yet to comment on it is reported that this is linked to a lawsuit that the telecoms company mobile brought against way four years ago when it accused the Chinese company of stealing the technology behind a robot that's used to test smartphones. Now jury in that case didn't find any militias conduct on the part of hallway but eight now all seems to be escalating last week. How way hallway employee was arrested in Poland accused of spying and lost month? You'll remember that the company's chief financial officer was arrested in Canada at the request of the United. States in relation to accusations of sanctions violations with Iran at all relates to the broader trade tensions between the US and China, which include these accusations of technology and intellectual property theft. With many of the accusations actually coming from the White House itself. Now, I'll Pasha Patel. The chief executive of prey Finian partners says on this President Trump is has got it right is always made it a part of their trade. Water say, listen, we're not going to turn a blind eye as is being done in the past. We're not going to be softer on intellectual property theft. And we're going to shut down your businesses. Your biggest businesses we're going to start arresting your people. I'm going to take an aggressive stance because it makes your country poorer when its assets stolen, even if their intellectual property assets. Right. So what next what next? Indeed, if confirmed this investigation and the accusations and actions that may spring from it would be yet another. Block to normalizing trade relations between China and the US and don't forget, it's actually very difficult to buy our products in the US and lawmakers introduced a Bill yesterday that would ban the sale of American made chips to hallway and other Chinese firms that they say violates sanctions or export control laws, and there's all because the American authorities are worried that how is products might be used to spy on US citizens and the Chinese ministry reacted to that today by saying the proposed legislation was born out of hysteria. Davis. Thank you very much..
"democratic union" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"An Amazon, you can get a Barnes and noble. You can get any platform you want. It's there get your own copy of the American miracle, and it's a great gift. And you know, what people don't have to know that you paid a dollar ninety nine for it. Meanwhile. The the idea of what is going on here. And it is around the world. There's no confidence vote going on for Theresa May. Now, I have tried to read the accounts from United Kingdom, and they haven't finished telling the votes yet. But I think she survives. This. No confidence vote. It is in her own Tory party. She has already said she will not lead the Tory party and the next scheduled election, which is in two thousand twenty two. If she fails the no confidence vote, it is almost certain that. They would have to go to what they call snap elections that have elections right now. And what's amazing is? Yes, all of this is the back and forth of the Brexit and her promise to go ahead and fulfill the Brexit mandate to get Britain out of the European Union and our inability to deliver on its very problematic. There's lots of arguments back and forth. But when you think about the history of regime shakeups and regimes crumbling and tumbling usually it's much bigger issues than this. Because Britain's men doing pretty well. And there's a. There's a piece by Walter. Russell Mead in the Wall Street Journal, and he's a fine historian. And he rightly points out that at the moment all around the world, the political systems are in chaos. They're breaking apart. They're collapsing. And yes, that's true in the United States. The election of President Trump represents sonny's really never happened before the Republican party is being altered. Our politics is extremely divisive. And I've made this point before it's true in the United States. And it's true around the world the issues involved here. I do not believe or existential issues. They're not the kind of thing that's all the parties, shake, and the destruction of the old whig party, which was the issue of slavery. Before the civil war. It's different. Now in France. The Macron government, they're even people who are demanding his resignation. He has completely crumbled. Reversed. Course he is now going to raising the minimum wage and lowering taxes for middle class people raising taxes for more wealthy people. Just totally surrendered the violent demonstrators uncle Merckel head of the dominant German party, the Christian Democratic Union for many years and serving for what is it fifteen years as chancellor she's gone and now and her candidate to replace her barely succeeded and in Britain, Prime Minister, may I think will probably survive this no confidence vote, but that entire political system is in turmoil. And the idea that somebody like Corbin who's anti-american who is a far out crazy leftist. I mean way to the left of Bernie Sanders would be. Like Bernie Sanders winning here. God forbid. So what is all this about? Why this Thomason? Alton this controversy right now. One eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six mica in big bear, California. You're on the Michael Medved Show. Thanks for taking my call. Michael you bet. And I think my question for you is why this is all happening because it's not fair the elites don't get prosecuted and the anti-establishment does. But if it's a felony to get into a nondisclosure agreement. Then what is it? When congress uses taxpayer dollars in a slush fund to pay off women who they have assaulted or been mistresses for what would you call that? Well, I would call that. I call Matt a sickening policy that they are attempting to to vote down today, and that's appropriate. When you say the elites don't get prosecuted. I don't see how anyone could see Michael Cohen anything other than an elite. He he was a lawyer for a very very big New York company. Trump's company he he drove a Bentley. He apparently is that has a real taste for luxury and high living, and if if Michael Cohen who grew up in Lawrence Long Island, which is not as a super super super exclusive. But if Michael Cohen doesn't count as an elite who has just gotten prosecuted and is going away for three years. Of course, he could be out on good behavior after before that. I I'm not sure how how you would see that. And in terms of congress. There are tons of congressman if forty members of congress on the Republican side who didn't run for reelection some of them because scandal some of them because of fear of losing. We'll be right back on the Medved show. Gold.
Europe without Merkel
"We're looking at Germany. What Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced her decision to step down as leader of the ruling, Christian Democrats. So all we know entering the post Merckel era. And what might it look like joining me on the line from Berlin is up euro chief there guys on in here in the studio as European editor Ben home die. First of all. What's this a surprise? Mrs Merkel's decision to step down. It was actually a surprise. Everybody was watching very carefully the elections in Hesse, which is one of the states in west Germany. They have elections on Sunday, and the CD you the Christian Democratic Union. Michael's party had been doing incredibly badly in the polls. And on the night. They all said did extremely badly their vote share shrank by eleven percentage points, but they actually scraped through which meant that they were able to stay in power and renew their coalition with the greens. And not even after bring in any coalition party. He's so actually the result was nowhere near as bad as some people had been expecting. I mean, there had been even suggestions that the government might have been voted out of office in that direction. It didn't happen. Now if that eventuality had happened everybody was expecting that Michael would step down. But the fact that the CPU clung to power meant. Indeed, I wrote myself it looked like she dodged the bullet despite that she decided to stand down. And that was the thing that surprised everybody that she squeaked through and Ponzi and squeak through and still she decided to stand down. And yet she's also said she intends or light to stay on as chancellor until twenty twenty one. But at the same time, there's now a contest onto lead the CD you so is her position tenable d think and who's emerging as the front runner for the CD you. Well, everything depends on who is elected party leader. Because there are three candidates who've declared one of them is Michael's anointed to add RS, rather undergrad. Cramped Cowan Bauer who's the current secretary general of the you now she is very much Marcle clone. She's very loyal to the chancellor, and she generally has a similar kind of agenda to her. She's very popular in the party. And she is odds on favor of the moment to win. But there are two others who declared Jens bond, the health minister and free with mounts who is a former head of the parliamentary group, and he is a real ideological industry of Michael's and spun this to now if either spun or Mets win, then all bets are off no one really expense medical to be able to survive as chancellor till two thousand twenty one till the next elections. If either Mansell spun our elected posse leader, it would just be completely impossible combination. She would understand that as well. And there's no way that she would persist in trying to cling onto the job of chancellor if one of. Ideological rivals gets the party leadership say ideological rivals. What are the key splits? Welsh fawn for example, walls, her most ferocious critic during the whole refugee crisis. He really was very outspoken against her sort of liberal policy of keeping Germany's borders open during the crisis, which led to an influx of more than a million migrants as we know mainly from the Middle Eastern North Africa. He's been very very critical of that. He's very very hard line on the fact that these people now have to integrate, and if they don't then they should be kicked out. He's sort of taking a very hotline. So almost like AFDC line alternates of Germany, this all the sort of anti immigration line. Although I must say since he became a minister became health minister in March. He's hot down a bit Matt's. Also, he was always very strongly opposed to Merckel and the way she essentially pushed the party to the left or to the the centre-left of German politics bay. Basically, he represents disgruntled older generation in although he's not so old himself. But he'd represents that sort of group of conservatives women the who have resented the way Mackel has tried to modernize the party. They wanted to return to its conservative roots? Now, Ben, obviously one of the characteristics of the Merckel era is that Germany's become more and more. Evidently, the dominant force inside the European Union. So the rest of Europe will be watching this with considerable interest and perhaps some nervousness. Yes. I mean, once again, European is a sort of bystanders to German domestic politics, which is becoming all too familiar. Pose for the last several years through the eurozone crisis. Of course, you could remember moments of critical decision making that depended on voices and debates like in the Bundestag in Berlin. I'm sure leaders across the continental watching incredibly closely to see what comes out of the CD you leadership contest. And then the stability of the government. If mocal really wants to stay till twenty twenty one it's quite likely that will have lots more instability, particularly within the grand coalition from the SPD. So this may well be a German government that does very little the next three years, which will be bad news for your how bad though, I mean, can you actually cope with a period of stasis where nothing much happens? Yes. It could I suppose I've just been in Paris. And I think there's a very strong French view, for example, that this is actually quite a benign period of relative economic growth. And actually, this is the time precisely the time to fix problems, particularly in the yours in for the next crisis, which may not be not far away. And I suppose the other big threat. Of course, he's the populist insurgency, which is really gaining traction across the continent. And I think certainly the view in Paris is that Europe can't afford to just sit there and do nothing has to move, and it has to respond to try and galvanize citizens behind sort of more pro European position and to try and sort of quell this. Insurgency? But I guess the reality is isn't a guy that even under the pretty pro-european. Centrist, Mrs Merkel, the German government had been pretty disappointing as far as the French concerned in responding to some of these more ambitious plans for European integration. Yes. Absolutely. I mean, I think one of the big surprises in a way has been the performance of Schultz. The finance minister here when the coalition treaty was hammered out between the city and the PD in February March that was a very strong European chat to that. Which was basically written by the Fulmer SPD leader Martin Schulz who was himself a former president of the European parliament. It was incredibly strongly pro European very idealistic really sort of buying into the whole macro Mian vision of reform and what's happened since. Then obviously, it was Martin Schulz was kicked out and the currently does, AVI. SP a Turkey not interested in European. Reform more yours and reform all of Schultz's just down to be sort of pale imitation of Wolfgang showing blah in fact, lacking showing blows vision of European integration. So he's been a big disappointment for those who are really hoping that the new German Grand coalition would respond to microns of reform proposals in a positive way. So if anything I suspect, then Ben a new Germany would become actually more introverted because the best you could hope for its continuity from European point of view with a look alike, but if it were spun type figure, you would have a headset used what nationalistic, but a more conservative, more, Germany. I approach I think that's probably right. I mean angular mogul has been chancellor for thirteen years. She's a set at Europe's top table for that long. And even though she has a self been incredibly cautious and conservative in the way that she's handled a lot of European questions. She does have a very strong kind of European. Instinct and sensibility, which perhaps successes won't have to agree that possibly the next chancellor is going to be less pro European than angular Merckel. I suppose the thing that we have to remember though, is that they're not going to be that Euro-sceptic Germany is still a pro European country. It's still very much in Germany's national interests to want to strong Europe. And I don't see us Manipur from the far, right? Fringe with the rise of alternative for Deutschland. Which by the way, looks like it might be plateauing anyway in public support. I don't see a huge shift to the right on the big European question in Germany, and I guess the irony is that even if Germany is losing some of its traditional europhilia, it's never been more powerful in Europe and more central to what's happening inside the and that will only be essentially with Brexit. Oh, that's certainly true, especially with Italy locked in a showdown with Brussels and other Member States and intentions with the east Spain, which seems to. To be fairly politically weak and Britain. Obviously leaving the big question is whether Emmanuel Macron can recover popularity in France, and whether he can bring his reforms to bear to convince Germany and convince public opinion on political opinion in Germany that reform is for real. And therefore, you know, Germany should take his ideas for your zone reform, for example, more seriously and finally guy I mean, maybe it's a little bit too soon to be writing the victories for the mobile era. But what do you think she will be remembered for him and she's been in power long time? I think essentially she'll be remembered for many things I mean, it's interesting when people sort of looked back they look at the great chance of Germany's postwar history people like Konrad Adenauer who really anchored Germany in the western lines helmet Kohl who achieved German reunification, and it's interesting. You know, she's been chancellor for thirteen years. And when you ask people, so what is she going to be remembered for people? Struggled to come up with announcer. And the funny thing is that a lot of people think it and Haman Han than say, the refugee crisis and actually that in a way might be a lasting legacy. I mean, I think she would resent that because it wasn't a hit finest hour. But I think in many ways the fact that she stood up for the idea of open borders for the idea of humanitarianism and for the liberal world order in a way in her response to that crisis. I think that says a lot about her. And I think also says a lot about how she changed Germany because I think that approach would never have happened before she had become chancellor, the German response to the refugee crisis. Will I think be remembered in decades to come as an extraordinary moment in recent European history and Harada was absolutely critical.
Weak Amazon, Alphabet results ignite growth worries
"Delivering the latest blow to Chancellor Angela Merkel her Christian Democratic Union had its worst showing in the state in more than fifty years while the social Democrats for junior coalition partner at the federal level garnered its lowest support their since World War Two all that according to broadcaster A R D based on initial results voters turned toward the greens which nearly doubled support in has and the far-right alternative for Germany which surged into the
"democratic union" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Bargaining table and win a better contracts. That's what they need to do. If the contract is rejected by the members. Now, obviously this is from. I'm assuming like Teamsters for a Democratic Union. I'm not sure exactly whose whose office this is from. But there are those that are saying we need a better contract. We can win a better contract. They say are union has leverage UPS is making record profits and has every reason to avoid disruption. And bad public relations during this is getting to be a peak shipping season. The economy is strong. There's a nationwide shortage of truck drivers just this week. Amazon raised their minimum wage to fifteen bucks an hour. That puts pressure on UPS to raise part time pay. UPS's do not accept thirteen dollars starting pay. And no catch up raises for part timers. They do not accept the two tier twenty two four drivers that will slash the pay and nine point five rights for the next generation of drivers. If the contract is rejected today. The union the international needs to return to the table to address these and other issues. Because these are the things that would be on a doubtedly causing a no vote. So I guess what is this like tabulation day? I'm I'm guessing that's the case. It's upon us. But how would that go over for the free union members? You say we voted no on the contract and well sorry. That's the deal like it or lump it. I don't think that go over to. Well, all right about seven four the I'll get back to your calls in just a moment here on ATM. Now is the time and wherever you are is the place de l makes.
"democratic union" Discussed on talkRADIO
"To look forward to putting your diaries next tuesday while if you haven't got a lifelike me and that is a day for the brexit bill the eu withdraw bill is going to return to the house comes for series of crunched bets on the twelfth of june softer they legislation suffered a fifteen defeats in the house of lords it's not going to get back to the mp's ping pong and they are expected to overturn most perhaps not all of those amendments numbers are very tight that toys are going to rely completely on the support of the democratic union is party for majority and indeed some eurosceptic labor mp's but exactly how many tories will defy tori wit and how many labor mp's will do exactly the same on this i want to talk to peter foster he's european editor of the daily telegraph good morning peter i know you follow these things very closely indeed does theresa may have the votes to get her eu withdraw bill through the commons she does i mean you know it's still early days on on as you say the parliamentary ping pong the mai the main defeats i mean clearly this the the amendment on the customs union which isn't quite as such because it's sometimes portrayed for the government required the government to note of what they're doing to address the issue of the customs union but quite likely i think they will get a number of these amendments through through papa it's you know as you said is very tight when i now see the whole point to this e withdrawn ballot was going to be the the rebel space with his the brexit bill and this basically transposes all of the uk lauren one big fell swoop but they're also machine powers it gives the executive government over parliament but the idea is at the moment we leave the law at the trench not the march twenty nine hundred it there's got to be got not the will cease to exist overnight now the thing is pairs of attempts to mend increase areas as you mentioned the customs union the irish border and also attempting to remove the precise date of brexit eleven pm at the march nineteen from the.
"democratic union" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Partnership with the chancellor enter christian democratic union after last september's election talks with other parties failed back in november but special democrats are now beginning to change their tune on partnering up with miracle interparty what we have now on the weekend was the social democrats voting on whether to enter into his third grand coalition and they decided to do so by a knifeedge vote on sunday which will now needs to negotiations for government and it's not as though germany is not being run at this point it is it's tests that they're a technically it isn't a coalition for angle merkel to work with i mean caretaker government that sounds pretty temporary arguably the difference is that a caretaker government wound undertake major new initiatives of course because they don't have an electoral mandate for that and one of the things of course that everybody's waiting for is german leadership on questions news of foreign and security policy in particular the proposals a french president emmanuel mccall on making europe or the european union more resilient by deepening integration for example in the currency's known the euro zone a more unified migration policy all those issues have been sort of on ice pending the conclusion of the german conversation so what happens if merkel can't form a new government i think that that's that's an entirely legitimate question it's not improbable that that could happen it is possible that merckel would have to call new elections and it is also possible that within her party there would be a call for a new leadership and merckel might see yourself forced to step down if she found that she no longer had the support of her own party this is all uncharted territory for for germany we have not been in a situation where we.
"democratic union" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Two good oh hello this is the globalists' coming to you live from midori house in london i'm georgina godwin on the show a head known resolution in germany after talks went on late into the night angela merkel is no closer to forming a government we'll examine what this means of the country for europe and for the chancellor herself washington dc city council gets patti and the russians of furious how renaming a street is causing name calling and how one designer is sparking a global shift in architectural thinking plus our series on weapons continues which strikes me to bury where we stand in 2018 they still don't really know what they want these aircraft carriers four and where they are likely to be employed will also check out the latest in consumer electronics get the business news and have a flick through the front pages that's all coming up here on the globalist it's four months since the german election under the country still doesn't have a new government in place chancellor angela merkel's christian democratic union has an historic poor showing in the september poll and she's been trying to hammer out a deal with the second largest party the centreleft social democrats the spd the final round of exploratory talks between the two took place yesterday and went on into the night so are they any closer to an agreement stephanie balls in london correspondent for developed joins us on the line stephanie was there any kind of definitive outcome noble the time being earlier who outcome it all and actually they just being it said that they have been no sitting in the village on towel switches the headquarters of the social democrats in berlin court's back for twenty three hours so even fora angloamerica yurum who's used to nightlong negotiations that's that's the record i mean it had a very bad start didn't at a member of the negotiating team for the cdc.
"democratic union" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"In germany the issue of immigration has been dominating negotiations on forming a new governing coalition but now chancellor angela merkel's christian democratic union party has reached agreement with her conservative bavarian csu allies of the divisive issue of a nationwide refugee cop so what exactly been negotiated a question for our berlin correspondent damien mcguinness this is we think a compromise solution on the numbers of refugees who were going to come to germany every year now this is the first stage of the coalition talks angle amac left the results of the september elections didn't do as well as she thought which means she has to form a government with three other parties assist to pass the conservative csu from bavaria those that's the party she is having talks with today and to other parties the green party and the freemarket liberals now this first stage of talks with the conservative aryan csu today in berlin has been particularly controversial because these are supposed to be to sister parties and they haven't been able to agree on this issue of migration namely because the csu a conservative party has lost the loss of its very says to the anti migrants iaaf tea party that means the csu now has to talk tough on asylumseekers which means the csu has been calling for cap on the number of refugees that germany will take in every year angela matters rule this out she says is anticonstitutional and certainly the parties that chefs to form a government with will not accept it either.
"democratic union" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Professional sports organiser asian in history is that a battle that one side or the other can clearly win or is the result of all of this probably going to be dropping the custom of playing the national anthem before a football game which i think would be a shame and would be a loss for the country a one eight hundred nine five five seventy seventy six our phone number a quick word on the elections in germany where there are a couple of things that are very striking i mean first of all until a miracle deserves enormous congratulations furry a stunning victory did she get fewer votes for her christian democratic union party then they got four years ago she did but she's still got 10 points more than the opposition right and and nationally in terms of national vote totals president trump got a few fewer votes than hilary clinton until a miracle got 10 percent more it was a very substantial win an and what the election really showed was the total collapse of the left be cause yes there were fringe parties like the alternative fear deutschland the alternatives for germany party that is not by the way in the nazi party they've gone to some lengths to try to distance themselves from neo nazi elements in fact even when at one of their party leaders at one point made a statement and his speech saying that germany was too obsessed with guilt for world war two the leader of that party actually pushed him out he was forced to resign and dissociate himself that party got 13 percent of the vote but the fry had the free democrats who are life libertarians of of germany really a strong economic reform less government they got eleven percent which was a big big big improvement they're going to have over ten percent of the members of the parliament and the bundestag so this is actually the big news from germany is collapse of the left we're left wing parties combined got less than a third of the vote and this in a country where the.
"democratic union" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Manning welcome back america to europe so much breaking news this morning of course the uproar over donald trump the nfl whereas the wall street journal put it the politicization of everything but meanwhile there were elections in germany and appelbaum the washington post ford affairs correspondent summarises perhaps it's a useful dose of realism as it turns out germany is not so exceptional after all it's true that german voters have just given the ruling christian democratic union yet another majority it's true that uh we'll miracle will remain chancellor for remarkable fourth term according to exit polls but germany did not escape the western populace waive all together the full election result as hard to xpress simply but here goes merckel centreright christian democrats did worse than before in worse than expected the centreleft social democrats went the way of the centreleft across the continent and did much worse than before and much worse than expected smaller parties such as the liberals the greens and the far left did better than before and the alliance for germany after the eta immigration anti european union antinato party did better than ever before winning a projected thirteen and a half percent of the vote the upshot as in the netherlands austria france poland and let's face it the united states britain hungary sweden finland and italy just about everywhere the nationalist farright will now have a loud voice in mainstream politics in germany i believe van appelbaum by the way is wrong to view this as the nationalist farright even if the leading voices of that party is national as far right i think it's the highwater mark of people who will be allied with them but i don't believe that thirteen and a half percent represents all nationalist farright voters i think a lot of it represents the common sense voter who who said as they did with donald trump alec nami choices and voting a protest here i do not what mercosur thank sheikh done a good job because he hasn't and by the way her actual percentage of support is lower than donald trump's so please stop telling me uncle the miracle is the leader of the west she isn't she barely leads thirty two percent of our own country that that's just amazing to me when people say mirko is leading the west and no one is the west is convulsing and everything is convulsing over the.
"democratic union" Discussed on WREK
"Air with millions of cars that they deliberately foa need and had admitted to these i'm not making any of this up and the other biggest employer and the other richard and they were abetted at every point by the political structure of what of the christian democratic union that's merkel's party that runs germany but also of their governing party the s p d which is german for such yeah this fisher pox tied deutsche a lot the germans socialist party which is a partner with her that partnership was really rocked when a leading german official of the socialist party named the vine and saxon is very important part of germany was caught out by a newspaper having given this parliamentary speech he made about the automobile com the news on what should be done to make them behave properly before he readily in parliament he had given it to the executives at vw to look over it to see if it was ok you couldn't have had more slavish behavior of social list because in that country socialism means the government couldn't trolls things a bake your capitalism a little less harsh than it might otherwise be for them that's what socialism is communism is some evil excess that they don't want anything to do with we're gonna have to read learn just the broad outlines of that so that we can what come up with a socialism something better than capitalism some way to to organize society differently in order to do.
"democratic union" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Major funding for the cyber wire podcast is provided by silence i'm dave bitter in baltimore with your cyber wire summary for monday september fifth 2017 german authorities have long been concerned about the security of the federal elections scheduled for september 24th and have sought to increase cyber readiness appropriately electionrelated cyber operations appear to have begun newly o'clock ner leader of chancellor angela merkel's christian democratic union says the political parties website was hit with three thousand attacks yesterday the kind of attack was unspecified it's not yet publicly known whether they were probes de dos or what have you but click nurse says they originated from a large number of russian ip addresses that circumstantial evidence of russian involvement of course but russian attempts to erode confidence in german elections and the country's political system as a whole have long been expected german security services have been preparing for such an eventuality over the past year with the elections less than three weeks away influence operations will bear watching polls continue to give chancellor merkel's party a comfortable lead over its social democrat rivals more research exposes other activities attributed to russian intelligence services last week the bratislav a headquartered security firm e said described renewed turla activity on friday researchers at the cyber security company bit defender connected the pacify or apt to the turla group bit defender has been tracking pacify or since 2016 and says the advanced persistent threat had been active since 2014 least it's dropping of multistage back doors is consistent with other reports of activity by turla.
"democratic union" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the opinion codesal picturing this election campaign is a real fear among a christian democratic union party that's a look at swiss let's say well it's a shooin some nice with the state's home might my vocal matter because mac is going to win so this the last to achieve which was believed to be a big mobilizing push by both parties bear the cdu and social democrats to win the undecideds so neither party and particularly merca beckwith cannot take any chances her team is not complacent all right we look forward to the result what's the date of the election remind twenty four th of september sunday many thanks to the dempsey they're fully carnegie europe institute and also runner editor in chief of strategic europe blog you're listening to the bbc world service let me remind listeners in correct myself i'm just a few decades out of date with calling the german national anthem deutschland ueber alles in his actually i need kite onto based on fire height which roughly means unity and justice and freedom of moscow that correction and before we end this election at the time of the week bbc world service is twenty two minutes past seven gmt on on pool henley with weekend our math under today's may news north korea says it has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb that can be loaded onto a missile japan says an earthquake in the area suggest that the test was many times more powerful than north korea's last detonation the japanese foreign minister taraoke connell condemned the test as extremely unforgivable mogae carol sanger heretic they will if north korea has gone ahead with a nuclear test this is absolutely not acceptable and we will have to strongly protest we are starting national security council now to collect information and analysed this you're not sure yet victorian and other headlines cambodia's opposition has condemned the arrest of its leader on suspicion of treason and tens of thousands of residents of the german city of frankfurt are being moved from their homes to an experts to make safe a huge unexploded bomb from the second world war now as texans take stock of the ravaged path of harken harvey in washington the administration is confirmed it will ask congress for extra funds needed to help harkin harvey is thought to be among.
"democratic union" Discussed on WGTK
"Christian democratic union the conservative party in germany yep you know if i had to say the one thing i think we could do better than i think this more than republicans from the democrats is be pragmatic and not promised people the fund the moon and the stars and i'll give you an example obamacare may have been a terrible idea you're doing a national health insurance from moving eastwards national and health insurance maybe a terrible idea but it was a pundit terrible idea i mean actual if you look at what you know the democrats did they put the tax pay in place to pay for the program they want it and you yes you can say that they exaggerate this with that but i think broadly speaking they could could marks were saying we're gonna charge you more money more people are getting insurance were charged more money into axis and then we come to derail the a hold on the the one thing that people point out they didn't acknowledged to people that you were going to pay more in insurance premiums and insurance premiums for most people who were getting insurance went way up under obamacare uh not uh let let me come back to that because the second part of what i would say may luke back to that if you look at the plans which the republicans are now put trying to put through you know we're hearing things like we're gonna take eight hundred billion dollars out of medicate but nobody's health care is really gonna be negatively impacted we're hearing things that we're going to to uh we're we're going to get away with the mandatory purchase requirement um but at the same time we're not going to start we're going to provide that people with preexisting conditions are covered but at the other hand there desperately trying to figure out how to do that without having a mandatory perch okay and i want to figure out how to finish this conversation can you hang on on for another segment professors fast break we'll be right back we will take more of your.
"democratic union" Discussed on WGTK
"Cdu she's from the christian democratic union conservative party in germany yep you know if i had to say the one thing i think we could do better and i think the more the republicans from the democrats is be pragmatic and not promised people the fund the moon and the stars and i'll give you an example obamacare maine it's been a terrible idea doing a national health insurance moving towards national health insurance maybe a terrible idea but it was a pundit terrible idea i mean actual if you look at what you know the democrats did they put the tax and pay in place to pay for the program they it and it'll yes you can say that they exaggerate this would that i think broadly speaking they get good marks for saying we're gonna charge you more money more people are getting insurance our charged more money in taxes and then we come to the real estate a hold on the the one thing that people point out they didn't acknowledged to people that you going to pay more in insurance premiums and insurance premiums for the people who were getting insurance went way up under obamacare uh not uh but that let me come back to that because the second part of what i would say may loop back to that if you look at the plants which the republicans are now put trying to put through you know we're hearing things like we're gonna take eight hundred billion dollars out of medicate that nobody health care is really going to be negatively impacted where hearing things that we're going to to uh we're going to get away with the mandatory purchase requirement um but at the same time we're not going to sorry we're going to peru is that people with preexisting conditions are covered but at the other hand there desperately trying to figure out how to do that without having a mandatory perch okay and i want to figure out how to finish this conversation can you hang on for another segment professor faust great we will be right back we will take more of your calls and provocative questions and appreciate them all at one eight hundred nine five five seventeen six coming up michael beck.
"democratic union" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The in this is breaking news that the brenner british prime minister will seek to form new government according to a spoke expand will will follow that and find out okay because we have a lot of questions of from that statement what are you talking about you know forming a new government are you talking about working together as having that that eu talking to the coalition not doesn't mean having a new vote i wouldn't yet no no no no no he does that that doesn't say nouveau right that would have it because the new government would be if she could get enough support if she could get ten of those votes if she could get eight of the ten of of eight of those votes than she would have the majority of that particular point and that would be the new government the coalition government right with the conservatives in them the new unionist party northern ireland which is a very rightwing party to yes so there are there's all only one one seat left to be declared so three eighteen for the conservatives to sixty one for the labour party but if you add of the up that again the democratic unionist party who tend to side on many issues and vote with the conservatives are you take that from three eighteen to 328 right and having if if it it depending on what their voting right an and and and heavy that amine for the the the the democratic union party which only has ten ramming that gives them a tremendous right they of every they of every incentive to want to form a coalition government with the conservatives because it gives them a tremendous amount of paolo they have the ladder a larage they we are the margin eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye renegotiation of the north american free trade agreement is a topic of keen interest among the us egg.
"democratic union" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The five indians off on the times in which we completely rely on others a more or less asia for by that's what i've experienced the last few days and therefore i can only say we europeans have to take our own destiny into our own hands not generalization financial defined of course and friendship with the us in friendship with great britain england good neighborly relations wherever that's possible also with russia and with other countries but we have to know that we have to fight for our own future as europeans for our destiny and that's what i would like to do together with you on them him i thought the chancellor chancellor merkel's comments come after us president donald trump's meetings last week with european leaders at nato and the g seven stephan meyer is a german member of parliament and the home affairs spokesperson for chancellor merkel's ruling christian democratic union we mr mayer in berlin stephan meyer a lot of observers see chancellor echoes common says indicative of a major shift for europe how significant do you think her remarks are our group leader her she made the great man courier who the unique although background acting fewer including by the experience with the day before at the g seven summit at the nato summit in brussels though when she met with trump for a couple of our throw i'm empty pick only for she was a very tough by this a unique experience what do you think it is a matter interactions with president trump that that has convinced chancellor merkel debt the united states is an unreliable partner.