French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday called for an EU-wide minimum wage and a stepped-up fight against inequality, in what represents a return to his left-leaning political roots after critics painted
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the International Labour Organization's annual labour conference in Geneva, Switzerland June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse GENEVA (Reuters) - The world is through
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev (R) and his Slovak counterpart Peter Pellegrini (L) attend a news conference following their meeting, in Moscow, Russia June 5, 2019. Sputnik/Ekaterina Shtukina/Pool
There have, it seems, been better days to be Vladimir Putin. According to a new survey from WCIOM, one of Russia’s leading polling agencies, trust in the Russian president has fallen to an all-time low
Russians don’t trust Putin as much as they did last year. And they don’t trust other politicians, either.
This week, Russian news reported that trust in President Vladimir Putin fell to its lowest level in 13 years. Or did it? A monthly poll collected by the Kremlin-friendly polling organization WCIOM has