Extraordinary presidential elections were held in Uzbekistan on 9 July. The result was no surprise - the incumbent head of state, Shavkat Merziyoyev, won, with more than 15 million voters casting their ballots, with a turnout of 79.8 per cent. Our newspaper was one of 1300 media representatives from all over the world to receive accreditation to cover these elections, which means an opportunity to once again visit this amazing country, to get to know it better and to tell about it.
The cultural and educational organisation "Modern Argonauts", under the auspices of UNESCO Athens, is starting its summer programme.
Am I the only one who thinks that every year it gets hotter and hotter in Greece? And without air-conditioning it is simply impossible to sleep or eat? And it, for all its demand, is not very useful... As, however, and the insane heat, which, perhaps, not in vain called hell....
After the repeated elections, the New Democracy party, which won the elections, was able to form the government alone. This means that despite the "motley" composition of the current parliament, which includes far-right, anti-immigrant and Eurosceptic forces, the majority of seats are reserved for the New Democrats.