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The Southeast European Observer does not engage in original reporting. We are a dedicated group blog that bridges the information gap between Southeast Europe and the world. Our primary goal is to provide concise, accurate, and contextual summaries of news from 10 countries in Southeast Europe: Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia.

Row in Greek Parliament Over Anti-Terrorism Act Changes Amidst Wiretapping Controversy

ATHENS — A heated confrontation erupted in the Greek Parliament between Nikos Androulakis, the president of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK), and Makis Voridis,...
Interior of the North Macedonian Parliament.

North Macedonia’s Proposed Amnesty Law Faces Opposition and Controversy

Skopje - In North Macedonia, the government's attempt to relieve prison overcrowding with an amnesty law faces political hurdles and public skepticism. Prime Minister...

Surge in Waiting Lists at Niš Clinical Center Highlights Healthcare Strain...

Niš - Patients in Niš, Serbia, face years-long waits for medical procedures, reflecting broader healthcare challenges in the region, Serbian news website Južne Vesti...

Romania Holds Firm on Non-Recognition of Kosovo’s Independence

Bucharest - Romania's refusal to recognize Kosovo's independence has once again come into the spotlight following a controversial incident during a football match between...

New Greek Labor Bill Sparks Heated Debates in Parliament

ATHENS — A new draft law from the Greek Ministry of Labor and Social Security was introduced to Greece's parliament for discussion in August...

Albanian Democratic Party Proposes Electoral Reform Amid Growing Calls for Change

TIRANA - Lulzim Basha, Chairman of the Democratic Party in Albania, has unveiled a comprehensive electoral reform package, signaling a potential shift towards a...

Romania Tackles Tax Evasion with Sweeping Tax Reform

Bucharest - In a bold move to address rampant tax evasion, Romanian Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu announced a comprehensive tax reform, according to Romanian...

Argentina Grants Visa-Free Entry to Bosnia and Herzegovina Citizens

NEW YORK - On September 19, 2023, during the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly, representatives from Argentina and Bosnia and Herzegovina...

Kosovo Veterans Protest EULEX Actions, Demand Respect for Families of Fallen

PRISTINA — Tensions flared outside the European Union Rule of Law Mission (EULEX) headquarters in Fushë-Kosovo on September 15, as veterans of the Kosovo...

Kosovo’s Crackdown on Illegal Construction: Over 60 Building Sites Halted

MITROVICA - In a significant move against unauthorized constructions, the Municipality of Mitrovica in Kosovo has halted the construction of over 60 buildings, both...
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New Greek Labor Bill Sparks Heated Debates in Parliament

ATHENS — A new draft law from the Greek Ministry of Labor and Social Security was introduced to Greece's parliament for discussion in August...