- Daily Brief
- November 14, 2019
Turkey’s parliament debates constitutional reform, US Senate Committee holds hearing on cyber threats and Indians protest demonetisation.
Kenya’s opposition coalition, CORD, has cancelled mass demonstrations planned for Jan. 4. Protestors opposed changes to the electoral law that
On Wednesday, Algeria plans to host talks between rival Libyan parties in the hopes of ending the five-year-old crisis. The
Romania’s parliament will hold a confidence vote on incoming Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu’s new government on Wednesday. After winning 45%
Romania’s centre-left government comes to power, rival Libyan governments hold talks in Algeria and Kenya’s parliament debates a contentious electoral law.
Catalonia’s regional parliament meets to discuss an independence referendum.
Vladimir Putin reviews the year’s major events with the senior government figures
Venezuelans protest as the government plans on withdrawing the 100 bolivar bill – the country’s largest.
Turkey’s parliament begins debating President Erdogan’s constitutional reforms.
DR Congo leader Joseph Kabila announces he’ll stay on after his term formally expires.
China seizes US drone operating in the South China Sea and Venezuela’s government announces the withdrawal of the country’s largest bill.
Zimbabwe’s ruling party wraps up its congress and developments in the EU’s Brexit strategy.