RIGHT WINGERS LOOK TO UNDERMINE CONGRESS AND HAVE CONTROL OVER ARMED FORCES
A group of right-wingers led by CNP leader Lukas Hoffmann are looking to go to court to get rid of the Special Forces of Lovia and the Lovian Coastal Police. When the Federal Police, under the authority of Welfare secretary Almore selected the Special forces to act in that position Hoffmann was quick to contest it. A fervent supporter of an army, he was now against Lovia's "army", but at the same time was clamoring for the creation of an army. He While claiming that the Special Forces were "personnal militia" under the control of one man, he stated that "even the congress" should not be in control of our army, hinting at the thought that he should be in full control of it.
DOORIAN, HONECKER FREED IN MASSIVE PRISON RAID
Fascist politicians Drabo Doorian and Dietrich Honecker have been busted for jail and are now working for the rebels. Some may argue that these men have served a long enough time in jail and deserved to be freed. But one has to think, would you be happy with Hitler or Mussolini running around? Clearly, no. But this has proved a point: Lovia's police and security are clearly not good enough to handle these situations. Only by re-establishing local police and giving them greater roles, such as those of a military can they really be effective in such cases.
It has been confirmed that five people died in the recent massacre in Liège. Nordine Amrani had injured 125 people and killed four, including two teenage boys and a baby. But police later found the body of a fifth person in his apartment.
KING OF BRUNANT DEAD AT 88
After more than a year of sicknesses and prolonged hospitalizations, Brunant'sKing Marten II died in hospital. The 88-year-old monarch faltered at 8:58 PM, surrounded by his immediate family. Crown Prince Anthony became the king and his Lovian wife, Lindsay was named queen. The whole country is in shock and grief, and there is expected to be a period of national mourning.
PM GIVES ROUSING SPEECH TO CONGRESS IN THIS TIME OF NEED
Prime Minister Marcus Villanova, who until very recently had sunk to an all-time popularity low has given a rousing speech in congress to "stay true with our greatest allies" in such critical times, and has garnered praise even by rebel and CongressmanI. G. La Blaca for pulling up his socks. With new reforms being proposed by Justin Abrahams and William Krosby, his rejuvenated government might well be on track to being one of Lovia's finest.
GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE RACE HEATING UP
The race for the Republican presidential candidate is heating up in the United States. Former Godfather's Pizza executive Herman Cain, who in mid September only had 5% support in a Gallup's poll now has about 18%, only two percentage points behind leading candidate Mitt Romney.
PINAS REVERSES FORTUNES WITH VANGUARD GROUP TAKEOVER
Pinas Automobile, long one of Lovia's lackluster companies of the 2000s has started to reverse its fortunes. With Vanguard Group's takeover of the 20-year old brand in late 2010, they have introduced newer models, lower prices and a more youthful look. People have responded by buying 14,000 models since then, in Lovia and around the world.
GREEK ECONOMY IN SHAMBLES
Greeks have taken to the streets again to protest harsh austerity measures. But, as the crisis deepens, it is possible those measures are not enough. In August, government revenues went down by €1.9 billion while spending went up by €2.7 billion. Combined with the protests and massive strikes, it will be a while before Greece is back on track.