New step in Trump’s removal process: House passes indictment to Senate


Une little sentence, declared hot in 2000 after a simple question, which will stick to the skin of Louis Michel for the rest of his life. Michel, Minister of Foreign Affairs at the time, advised the Belgians not to go on holiday to Austria to ski. He was asked about the arrival of the far right in the Austrian government in February 2000; and Michel, outraged by the decision of Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schüssel (ÖVP) to open the doors of his government to Jörg Haider’s FPÖ, known for his statements in favor of the Nazi regime, made a statement in a European context. The fourteen European countries – other than Austria – were ready to adopt sanctions against Austria, which did not prevent Jörg Haider’s party from remaining in government during the entire legislature.

Total European indifference

In 2000, the rise of a far-right party in a European government made the countries of the European Union sufficiently indignant to decree …

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