Egypt’s political development between June 2003 and December 2004 is marked by a persistent political stagnation.
In the eighteen months between September 2002 and June 2004, the Serbian people were called to the polls for no fewer than three presidential elections and one parliamentary one.
The year 2004 was an important juncture for Iraq, forming a mid-way point between the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime on 9th April 2003, and the new phase which began with the Iraqi general elections on 31st January 2005.
Very rarely in general elections in a European country does foreign policy attain the relevance which it did in the Spanish elections in March 2004.
The election of Abu Mazen to the Presidency of the Palestinian National Authority has placed the Palestinian leadership and people at a crossroads.
The year 2006 in Egyptian politics was preceded by a period of an unprecedentedly broad-based movement for democracy, political and institutional reforms.
The year 2004 in Algeria was dominated by the election of Abdelaziz Bouteflika, with a very large majority of votes.
La cooperación entre gobiernos locales puede convertirse en un motor del partenariado euromediterráneo.
La descentralización constituye la mejor vía para romper el cerco del poder y crear lazos de solidaridad, cooperación y complementariedad entre el Estado y la sociedad.
Las autoridades locales y regionales tienen un alto potencial para movilizar los sectores más dinámicos de las sociedades.
Europa debe apostar por el desarrollo del Sur y los países árabes deben comprometerse con el buen gobierno.
El volumen de cooperación descentralizada en el Mediterráneo se estima en 100 millones de euros.