Europe and the decisions that can change everything

Europe remains an intense political and economic force internationally. Some of the changes - political, structural and other - can change a great deal as we know it.

Europe and the decisions that can change everything

Europe remains an intense political and economic force internationally. Some of the changes - political, structural and other - can change a great deal as we know it. The changes in the European political and economic landscape could have a major impact on how residents of this continent live and also on how Europe is seen in the eyes of the world. In fact, there have been a number of controversial discussions on a variety of issues for which there is far from a consensus and which could radically change the way Europe lives and presents itself to the world.Independence policies, withdrawals from organisations as impactful as the European Union and also decisions on other aspects that directly affect how Europeans live have been part of the way this continent presents itself mediatically to the world.Although not all potential decisions that can change the European landscape in or are in the process of many being discussed or implemented yet.

It is therefore worth looking at Europe to better understand what may be imminently changing over the coming years, and how this may affect the lives of Europeans and Europe's role in the world. Come and learn about some of the discussions that are currently guiding European concerns.

The United Kingdom's exit from the European Union has already

been voted, the issue of the United Kingdom's exit from the European space is one of the current issues in Europe, it is not yet known, in concrete terms, what the changes may be and how they will affect the economy and the free transit of Europeans through the continent's space is also a common concern at this time. The independence of

CataloniaThe

attempt to separate Catalonia, in an independentist manoeuvre, is already a narrative that the Europeans know well and that has marked the news coming from Spain. Recently, the Catalans took to the streets in Barcelona, in a demonstration that gathered around 600 thousand people, to defend precisely the independence of Catalonia from the country where it currently integrates, Spain.In the meantime, the Catalans remain motivated and take advantage of Catalonia Day to demonstrate the strength of the independence movement in the region.

The

end of summer timeThe

discussions were lively and the consensus was far from being the order of the day, but the change of time in Europe really seems to be coming to an end. The European Parliament approved this decision with 410 votes in favour, against 192 against and 51 abstentions. Although approved, the decision was postponed until the year 2021, and potential changes are still expected on this controversial issue.-.