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The CorporateDispatch.Com Week – 26th October 2019

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The Corporate Dispatch.com Week presents views on the week’s salient news from around the globe.

As expected, a lot of attention of the global news agencies and outlets was paid to the UK in view of the debate which followed the Brexit deal reached the previous one in Brussels.

Boris Johnson managed to get the deal approved in the Commons, but that’s all he got as MPs rejected to the procedure motion which would have seen the subject over and done by Thursday.

Johnson was forced to request an extension and later in the week he said that he would be asking Parliament to approve his motion to call a snap election on December 12th.

CiConsulta’ Geopolitical Team also provides insight on the main developments of the week in the Diplomatique.Expert section.

In his last session, where he was reporting on the Council outcome, EU Commission President  Jean Claude Juncker described BREXIT as a waste of energy and time which distracted his Commission’s plan. Denise Grech, from Brussels gives us her  views on how Juncker’s tenure will be remembered.

Ci Consulta GeoPolitical Advisory head Matthew Bugeja provides insight on the geopolitical dimension of the latest developments in Syria and how its defining the global order and power race.

CorporateDispatch.Com editor Tonio Galea provides an insightful article on the messages of the North Koreanleader’s latest photo.

Have a good viewing and reading our week in review.

Jesmond Saliba

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