Month: November 2021

Surprise Grand Coalition Forms Romania’s Next Government

Analysis & implications of Romania’s coalition crisis & the Government of Nicolae Ciucă Following months of uncertainty and two failed attempts to form a new government after the country’s three-party government collapsed in a no-confidence vote in October, Romania’s political crisis has come to an unlikely end, at least for the time being. The ruling …

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PLMR Wins Best Campaign In Scotland At The PRCA Awards 2021

PLMR is delighted to have won the award for “Best Campaign in Scotland” at the PRCA Awards 2021 for our “Save Scottish Bingo” campaign. The PRCA judges hailed the campaign as being, “An impressive integration of digital and consumer advocacy alongside traditional public affairs and media, delivering tangible policy impact for the client”. Through a powerful combination …

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PLMR Partners With The Big Issue To Build Online Tool That Tracks Risk of Homelessness Levels Nationwide

PLMR and The Big Issue have developed a brand-new web tool that lets anyone find out how many people are at risk of homelessness in their constituency and how the numbers have changed throughout the pandemic. The tool uses analysis of the Government’s official statistics on statutory homelessness, carried out by University of East Anglia, in partnership with The …

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New Anti-Corruption Party Wins Re-Run Elections in Bulgaria

Bulgaria’s third general election of 2021 has been won by the newly formed We Continue the Change (PP) party, a new centrist and anti-corruption party led by former ministers Kirill Petkov and Assen Vassilev. PP’s surprising victory (securing nearly 26% of the vote) is the latest twist in a period of political instability that has …

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Uzbekistan: Opportunities and Risks for Foreign Investors following the Presidential Elections

On 24 October, Uzbekistan held Presidential elections won by the incumbent Shavkat Mirziyoyev with 80.12% of the vote. The closest competitor gained less than 7% of the vote. Mirziyoyev was inaugurated on 6 November. Shavkat Mirziyoyev’s victory was predictable and there was little suspense in the campaign itself, which began only a month before election …

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Five-Party Coalition to Form New Czech Government

The Czech Republic is on course to be governed by a coalition of two electoral alliances: the SPOLU coalition of three centre-right parties and the Pirates and Mayors alliance, with SPOLU leader Petr Fiala, a political scientist and university professor, expected to become Prime Minister. However, the governing majority to be formed by the two …

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Foreign Investments in Russia Safety Alert

Overview of Limitations of Foreign Investments and Consequences for Foreign Companies in Russia Due to the significant changes of the investment climate in Russia, the

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