The European Union has gone through ups and downs over the past year.
Europe has renewed itself. 2019 was a year of change for this community. Familiar faces disappeared, unexpected new names emerged. The fixed time limit became meaningless and passed without what happened, something that was really longed for.
A year ago, on March 29, 2019, the United Kingdom’s exit seemed certain – after all, the treaties only allowed a two-year period for an exit agreement. But the day came and passed. Everything remained the same. Instead, a new date came to mind: October 31. Along the way, the European public became aware of a man who became a celebrity with his “oooorder” shout, but then wanted to resign: John Bercow, a spokesman for the British House of Commons, who may have been more than once. Brexit halted its rules of no-deal process.
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