EU Tweets of the Week: The Good, the Bad and the Cute – 8 Nov. 2013

Jennifer Baker presents viEUws’ EU Tweets of the Week programme, looking at the good, the bad and – this time only – the cute in the European Union Twittersphere this week:

– Most debated: Martin Schulz, president of the European Parliament, became the first politician to formally begin campaigning to be the next President of the European Commission
– The good: HR Catherine Ashton leads the Iran Nuclear Talks in Geneva
– The bad: Italian politician Silvio Berlusconi claimed that his family has been persecuted by Italian judiciary as the Jews under Hitler
– The cute: This week kittens were used as examples in the final round of remedies in the long-lasting Google anti-trust case

Want to contribute? Use the hashtag #EUtweets!

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