Consequences to be drawn from the British Brexit vote to prevent repeating the mistakes of the past – Commentary by Rainer Dumont du Voitel, former CESI Vice-President

10 Oct 2016, keywords :
Mr Cameron’s referendum aimed to momentarily serve the cohesion of his own party but has done a disservice to both his country and the EU. The implementation of the British exit will require a great deal of effort and energy. It will have to be planned... Read more

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