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Montenegro's ruling party could be ousted from power for first time in 30 years

Montenegro's pro-Western Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) has secured 35% of votes in a tight and bitterly-contested parliamentary election, its worst result since the country won independence from Serbia 14 years ago.

Official results show the pro-Serbian opposition alliance on 32.5%, meaning that it could feasibly form a government if it can reach consensus with Montenegro's other two opposition parties. That would see the DPS lose control of power in the Balkan nation for the first time in 30 years.

 

Hungary's ruling party wants to stay in European People's Party despite criticism

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's ruling Fidesz party wants to remain in the centre-right European People's Party (EPP), it said on Tuesday, despite growing pressure within the European Parliament's biggest grouping to suspend or expel it.

Orban has long been at loggerheads with Brussels over his hardline stance on immigration and other issues and their feud is escalating ahead of European Parliament elections in May.

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Budget deficit, size of the public sector and majority voting

Jens Siebel (University of Siegen)

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Resolving Europe’s Bank-Resolution Problems

The creation of a European banking union is a major step forward in the region’s financial integration. The first step in this process, single supervision, became a reality earlier this month when the European Central Bank took the helm of the Single Supervisory Mechanism. The next step, the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM), is an effort to solve the problems of too-big- and too-interconnected-to-fail and cross-border crisis management in the eurozone.

EU top court set to throw out UK bank bonus challenge

BRUSSELS - The UK is set to lose its legal battle to overturn EU rules capping bank bonuses after a top legal officer in the European Court of Justice (ECJ) said London's case had "no legitimate grounds".

The rules, which came into force this year, limit bankers' bonuses to the equivalent of their salary. Payments worth up to two times salary may be permitted but only on the basis of a vote by shareholders. 

EU must focus on getting better results from its spending

In its annual report on the EU budget published today, the European Court of Auditors (ECA) warns that the budget system is too focused on just getting funds spent and needs to place more emphasis on achieving results. As independent auditor, the ECA signed off the 2013 accounts of the European Union, but stresses that the management of EU spending is not yet good enough overall - either at EU level or in the Member States.

 

Enhanced services

Enhanced services

The principle behind the proposed law is that all internet traffic should be treated equally regardless of its source.

MEPs feared that unless new rules were put in place, internet providers might threaten to slow down traffic from data intensive services - such as video-on-demand and cloud storage - unless the firms behind them paid a fee.

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