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At the Court of Justice of the EU in Luxembourg, the parties were heard on Monday in a lawsuit initiated by the European Parliament in November 2019 due to a decision by member states (EU Council) to allocate the seat of the European Labor Authority (ELA) to Bratislava.
The decision of the Council of the European Union is supported in court by 13 member states.
The European Parliament questions the validity of the decision designating Bratislava as the seat of ELA by the EU Council.
However, Slovakia does not have to worry that it will lose the Bratislava seat of this agency due to the ongoing litigation.
EU Court of Justice spokesman Balázs Lehóczki said that several Member States had intervened in the legal proceedings in favor of the EU Council decision on the seat of the Agency.
In addition to Slovakia, there are also Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, the Netherlands, Ireland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Poland and Spain.
In June 2019, the Ministers of Labor and Employment of the EU Member States selected Bratislava as the seat for ELA in a competition in which the capitals of Bulgaria, Cyprus and Latvia also took part.
Bratislava won 15 of the 28 votes in the first round of voting.
Under EU law, it is national governments that have the exclusive right to determine the seat of the institutions through a vote in the format of the Council of Ministers.
However, the European Parliament argues that this is a “political guideline” rather than a legally binding rule.
He refers to the claim that ELA was set up on the basis of EU rules on free movement and social security, in which the European Parliament should have the same word as co-legislator, but this has not happened.
The Parliament thus claims in court that it should also have been involved in the decision-making process on the seat of ELA and criticizes the Council of the EU for failing to state in its decision why Bratislava was designated as the seat of that agency.
The Court of Justice of the European Union will later rule on this dispute.
PYONGYANG, KOMPAS.TV – North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s younger brother, Kim Yo-jong, reportedly ordered the massacre of North Korean officials.
North Korean sources said Kim Yo-jong had ordered purges of a number of government bodies.
It also frightened many officials in central North Korea.
“News of them shooting dead a high -ranking official in Pyongyang is spreading in a Hyesan official today,” two North Korean officials were quoted as saying. Express.
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“We do not know who the executed official is. However, I heard from an official close to me, he was executed on the orders of Kim Yo-jong “they added.
A source told Radio Free Asian, a number of officials have been executed for involvement in gold smuggling that occurred last November.
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported today (June 5) that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un chaired a meeting of the Labor Party’s executive committee (politburo) yesterday. It was his first public appearance in a month and discussed important party meetings. including various issues related to the organization
KCNA reported that at the meeting North Korea has decided to hold a full Labor Central Committee meeting in early June. to consider implementing additional government measures in solving urgently pending problems in economic and people’s livelihoods
NK News, a news site about North Korea, said: Mr Kim made his last public appearance on May 6. when he took a picture with the family of soldiers
–InfoQuest Translated and compiled by Kallayanee Cheevapanich Tel. 02-253-5000 ext. 363 Email: [email protected]–
PEOPLE’S MIND – Kim Jong-un is known for his cold-hearted dictator as the leader of the country.
Kim Jong-un’s brutality is again exposed, the North Korean leader approved the execution to be carried out on a man just because he sold DVDs.
Even the execution will be carried out in front of the perpetrator’s family who is forced to see the process of death
The man, a father of two, was convicted of selling films and music produced by South Korea illegally to the North Korean public.
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The execution process was carried out in front of 500 people, including his wife and two children.
According to Daily NK, Kim Jong-un has cracked down on foreign deployments of any kind in North Korea, which he fears could damage the country.
The man’s name was Lee, he had worked at Wonsan Agricultural Management Commission as chief engineer.
Lee was publicly executed in Wonsan, Gangwon Province, after 40 days of being arrested for ‘anti-socialist acts’.
“The struggle against anti-socialist and non-socialist practices is a desperate battle to maintain the purity of the working class and our socialist lifestyle,” Kim said in a letter to meeting attendees reported by North Korea’s state news agency, KCNA, quoted AP, Friday (28/5/2021).
Anti-socialist and non-socialist practices likely refer to citizens pursuing capitalism, perceived selfishness, and other things Kim considers to be against socialism and collectivism and threaten his family’s rule.
“It is necessary to carry out (a) uncompromising struggle against (anti-socialist and non-socialist practices) and resolutely destroy them,” KCNA quoted Kim as saying.
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Kim also instructed the participants to firmly uphold the principle of producing everything needed for economic development and people’s lives with their own raw materials and other materials.
Kim’s remarks come as doubts rise about the economy Jewelry and whether they will engage in serious talks with Washington on disarmament. There are also concerns that North Korea is continuing to strengthen its nuclear arsenal that directly threatens the United States.
Kim Jong-un recently said his country was facing the worst situation ever as trade was sharply reduced caused by border closures due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, US-led sanctions and last summer’s natural disasters. He has called for stronger unity at home and urged the US to abandon hostilities against North Korea, a clear reference to the sanctions. He warned that he would enlarge his nuclear arsenal if US hostilities continued.
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In March, Kim ordered his country’s first short-range ballistic missile test in a year. But he still maintains a moratorium on long-range missile and nuclear tests, which would pose a direct threat to US territory, because of the President’s government Joe Biden to shape the new US policy towards North Korea.
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During the summit between Biden and the President South Korea (South Korea) Moon Jae-in last week, the two leaders said in a joint statement that the Biden administration’s review of North Korea policy took a calibrated and practical approach that is open to and will explore diplomacy with North Korea. The two also stressed their shared commitment to the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
Biden also announced the appointment of a new special envoy for North Korean affairs, and Moon expressed hope that North Korea would respond positively.
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The dictator’s devilish sister, as Kim Yo-chong is nicknamed in the DPRK, broke free, according to sources from an isolated country. It is said that it started extensive purges of the management of important authorities. A few days ago, she was to have one of the high-ranking politicians shot dead.
According to the Express portal, the executions appear to involve a much larger number of people. The purge may be related to last November’s alleged gold smuggling case, which was supposed to involve Korean Labor Party officials from the city of Hjesan. It was reported by Radio Free Asia (RFA).
“In December, they had a dozen border guards executed,” a radio source said, adding that Kim Yo-chong was now likely to follow suit. Nine residents of the city ended up in prison for life, dozens of their family members in labor camps. In those, according to many witnesses, inhuman conditions prevail.
“She pays special attention to those who get on her nerves,” added a source from the DPRK. Not only the people of Hjesan, but also the capital of Pyongyang live in fear of who will be next. Kim Yo-chong allegedly ordered the detention and eventual execution of anyone who falls under the shadow of suspicion of treason by the Communist Party.
In recent months, Kim Jo-chong appears to have consolidated his position at the head of the harshest dictatorship in the world. During the last summer, it was speculated that her brother had her killed. The reason was supposed to be his fears that he would overthrow him and take over the government himself. However, this has not been confirmed and the “devil’s sister” continues to figure as Kim’s right hand.
Kim Jong-un admitted that the party had failed to meet its economic goals:
A $ 40 billion nasal drug invested in the United States in a bag I brought
US President Joe Biden and South Korean President Moon Jae-in held a summit meeting at the White House on May 21st.
Both sides confirmed their policy of emphasizing involvement through diplomacy and dialogue with North Korea toward the realization of complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
The joint statement released after the meeting stated:
First, the two leaders emphasized the common goal of complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the willingness to deal with North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
I reaffirmed the common belief that diplomacy and dialogue based on the agreement between North and South and the United States and North Korea are indispensable.
“While welcoming the Biden administration’s realistic approach to exploring diplomacy with North Korea, President Biden expressed support for North-South dialogue and cooperation,” Moon Jae-in emphasized at a joint press conference. ..
For Moon Jae-in, the only lever to stop the sharp drop in approval ratings is the North-South dialogue aimed at reconciling the North-South Korean people. It is essential that Mr. Biden support this.
Furthermore, if possible, I would act as an intermediary for dialogue and negotiations between North Korean General Secretary Kim Jong Un and the US President.
Since Kim Jong-un refuses to contact South Korea at all, the latter part seems to be only Mr. Moon Jae-in’s “uplifting” (?), But anyway, at this summit meeting, Mr. Biden said about the first part. I got the endorsement.
In other words, when the opportunity to restore the North-South relations emerged, South Korea was allowed to secure its own uniqueness to promote the improvement of the North-South relations, regardless of the progress of the US-North Korea negotiations.
In fact, the US Congressional Research Service (CRS) report, published shortly before the summit, said:
“President Moon Jae-in’s aggressive policy of involvement with North Korea could foster tensions with the United States (with South Korea).”
Belarusian authorities detained former editor-in-chief of the opposition news channel Nexta on Sunday after his plane had to make an emergency landing at an airport in the capital, Minsk, on suspicion of a planted bomb on board. The AFP agency informed about it, referring to the management of the Nexta channel.
Raman Pratasevich, who currently lives in exile, traveled from Athens to Vilnius, Lithuania. Nexta said that no bomb was found on board Ryanair’s plane after it was searched. The leadership of the opposition channel also added that Pratasevich was, according to his own words, monitored before boarding the plane.
Prataševič (26), together with the second founder of the communication channel Nexta Live on the social network Telegram, Sciapan Pucil (22), was added by the Belarusian authorities to the list of terrorist organizations last November. They committed there on the basis of earlier allegations of organizing mass riots, which is a crime that threatens up to 15 years in prison. However, Nexta pointed out at the time that terrorism was punishable by life imprisonment or death in Belarus.
Both have also been added to the lists of international wanted persons in Belarus and Russia, which are supported by the Lukashenko regime. They both currently live in exile in Warsaw.
Nexta and its sister channel Nexta Live are currently probably the most well-known sources of information about the activities of the Belarusian opposition. They gained enormous popularity during protests against the results of the August presidential election, and opposition supporters often serve to coordinate them with each other. In October, a Belarusian court called the Nexta Live channel “extremist” and ordered its blocking.
Massive protests in Belarus erupted after the announcement of the results of the presidential elections, which took place on August 9, and according to the Central Election Commission, Lukashenko won them. However, the opposition does not recognize their results and claims that the winner is its candidate Sviatlana Cichanovská.
Cichanovskaya, an exiled leader of the Belarusian opposition, wrote shortly after the emergency landing of the plane on the Telegram that it was “absolutely clear”that it was an intervention of the Belarusian secret services in an attempt to detain Pratasevich. Cichanovska and Nexta also reminded that Pratasevich faces the death penalty in Belarus.
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