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Debate: Power games ahead of the summit: who will govern the EU?
It is still unclear whether the EU member states will be able to agree on a proposal for the presidency of the Commission at this Thursday's summit. At the same time, theewly elected EU Parliament is under pressure to form political groups as quickly as possible. The lists ofames must be presented by 15 July in order for groups to be recognised at the constituent meeting the following day. Europe's press is keenly following the developments at all levels.

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Pro-European majority must show united front | El País - Spain


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Von der Leyen's chance of winning could dwindle | Naftemporiki - Greece


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Too many contradictions in the ECR | RFI România - Romania


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The right is crippling itself | Tages-Anzeiger - Switzerland


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Climate policies could fall by the wayside | Le Monde - France


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Debate: Terrorism in Dagestan: how stable is Russia?
In the Russian republic of Dagestan in the North Caucasus, terrorists attacked Orthodox churches, synagogues and the police in the major cities of Derbent and Makhachkala on Sunday. 21 people were killed, 16 of whom were police officers. The five attackers, including two sons and aephew of a local head of administration, were shot dead. Governor Sergey Melikov blamed "foreign forces" for the attack. The state of alert has since been lifted.

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Of limited benefit for the West | Postimees - Estonia


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Debate: Poland at odds over values: tradition or progress?
Donald Tusk's governing coalition in Poland has sparked a broad debate over the importance of traditional values with proposals to cut theumber of Catholic religious education classes in schools, revise curricula andegotiate the introduction of registered partnerships for homosexual couples. Commentaries in the Polish press reflect the contentiousness of such measures.

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New minister repeating the mistakes of his predecessor | Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland


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Debate: Bulgaria: will the coalition talks fail again?
After the snap parliamentary election on 9 June, coalition talks in Bulgaria are once again in danger of failing. Former prime minister Boyko Borisov's conservative Gerb party has failed to secure a majority together with the second strongest party, the Movement of Rights and Freedoms (DPS), which represents the Turkish minority. The search for a third coalition partner seems unlikely to succeed. Theational press is unsparing in its criticism.

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Choice between stability or fighting corruption | Deutsche Welle - Bulgaria


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