Last quote by Amanda Paul
They are looking for something different to what they have had in recent years. And obviously this pro-Russian candidate represents a total change of personality, whereas in Moldova I think it's more to do with disappointment over the corrupt actions of the governing elite in the last few years. The governing elite that was supposed to be pushing policies to make the country more prosperous and less corrupt.
The latest quote from Amanda Paul is: “I think in Bulgaria, again, is a reflection of the ongoing crisis in Europe and the empathy from society which is sick of the current political leaders, so I think it is representative of the negative scenario in Europe.”. It comes from the Moldova and Bulgaria swing to the East as pro-Putin parties win presidential vote article. You’ll find on this page 4 articles with Amanda Paul quoted on topics such as Moldova, Bulgaria and elite. Amanda Paul has been quoted 5 times in 4 articles.
Quotes by Amanda Paul
Nov 14 2016
I think in Bulgaria, again, is a reflection of the ongoing crisis in Europe and the empathy from society which is sick of the current political leaders, so I think it is representative of the negative scenario in Europe.
Jul 18 2014
We've seen that the Russian economy has already been impacted by the sanctions that have been imposed so far. And these sanctions, to be honest, are quite featherweight. If we really hit Russia with much more robust sanctions, I think the implications on the economy will be much more broad and this should make, I hope, President Putin at least think twice about what's he actually doing to the country. Even though the economic sanctions may not produce a 100 percent result, it's better than sitting on our backsides doing nothing, frankly speaking.
Mar 31 2014
Unfortunately for Turkısh democracy, I dont thınk (the election results) have been a victory at all. Ultimately democracy in Turkey remains in trouble and need to be rectify as soon as possible.
May 09 2013
As a whole I think both Romania and Bulgaria have benefited from membership, but they still have significant democratic deficits. They should be more disappointed in their own leaders and politicians rather than in the EU institutions and what the EU has been able to do for them.
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