AFP: Poland wants second in-out 'Brexit' referendum: ruling party leader

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27 June 2016 | 17:03
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Warsaw. Poland would like to see Britain hold a second in-out referendum on its membership of the EU, the country's ruling party leader said Monday, while adding that the bloc would have to "radically change" in order for Britons to want return, AFP reported.

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Ruslan Stefanov: Instability of the markets after Brexit derives from political uncertainty

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27 June 2016 | 17:51 | Radio FOCUS
Ruslan Stefanov, senior expert with the Centre for the Study of Democracy, in an interview with Radio FOCUS.

FOCUS: We continue examining different positions on the front-burner international topic of the day – UK’s leaving the EU. Now we are going to talk with Ruslan Stefanov, senior expert with the Centre for the Study of Democracy. Good day, Mr Stefanov! On...
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