Weekly Review (10-16th of September)

Weekly Review (10-16th of September)

The Swedish elections: antiglobalist forces take 2nd place


The Swedish parliamentary elections showcased a new political climate in the country: the antiglobalist and antimigrant party “The Swedish Democrats” (SD) came in second place with 18 percent of vote. SD will play a key role in shaping the next government. What is happening in Sweden today, and who really won the recent elections? Find out in an Vávra Suk’s exclusive analysis .



New anti-crisis government formed in Sudan


The leading party of Sudan, the National Congress, has formed a new government in hopes of overcoming the serious economic difficulties facing the country. Can the economic crisis be overcome, and why has the president of Sudan reduced the number of ministers? Find out the details in our exclusive analysis.


Turkey: Erdogan taking measures against US economic aggression


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has vowed to take new steps to keep a rein on foreign currency exchange rates.


“Open or disguised attacks on our country have got nothing to do with free market economy,” Erdoğan said at Turkey’s Tradesmen and Artisans Chamber general assembly on Sept. 13. “We willl take new steps to prevent the fluctuation in foreign exchange rates”





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