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28th June - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
VIT University graduate with Mechanical , Appeared in UPSC Mains with Geography Optional . 4+ yr. Teaching Experience

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  1. thinking the referendum Rethinking the referendum Caution against shaming fter the lat Two years on, Britain remains as divided as it was earlier over the issue of leaving the EU S. UBHODEEP


  2. After 2 years, over 100,000 people marched through London to call for a second referendum on Britain's decision to leave. Waved EU flags, others had placards calling for a "People's Choice, Proper Choice", and others again wore t-shirts with the message "Rethink Brexit, Renew Britain". The participants ranged in age and background, though there were many young people. One carried a sign, "I'm 16, Brexit Stole my Future." won by a slim majority of 51.9% to 48.1%, the referendum result followed a high turnout of 72.2% UBHODEEP


  3. EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 28th June THE HINDU unacademy


  4. Promises made- not fulfilled 350 million a week extra for the National Health Service (NHS) the difficulties related to Northern Ireland and other matters that voters had not been aware of at the time of,the vote. hard" border on the island of Ireland, SCOTLAND Contrary to initial suggestions that young people had not participated, subsequent research by two LSE academics found that around 64% of 18 to 24 year olds took part in the referendum, NMELANO IRELAND WALES ENGLAND UBHODEEP


  5. OWith every week that passes, new facts emerge that no one knew about during the referendum Airbus warning that its future in the U.K. was at stake under a no-deal scenario, -while the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, which represents the auto industry, said that investment was already taking a hit from the uncertainty around Brexit OCalling for the new campaign to avoid the pitfalls of the initial Remain campaign. This campaign had been dubbed "project fear" for its concentration on the economic dangers of leaving the EU UBHODEEP


  6. From little to zero tolerance to settle disputes Encouraging mediation to settle disputes The deliberations at the UN Commission on International Trade Law will facilitate legal reform to ease dispute resolution S. UBHODEEP


  7. India will participate in deliberations at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) in New York on an important issue concerning resolution of commercial disputes. Commercial disputes are resolved not only through courts and arbitration but also through mediation. The deliberations will consider how these settlement agreements in disputes in international commercial transactions will be implemented by courts in different countries UBHODEEP


  8. An important draft Several concerns make this draft important for India and its businesses Mandatory pre-litigation mediation has been introduced in commercial disputes - The adoption of the convention will address a policy gap on outcomes from the mediation process involving cross-border disputes. With a definitive legal framework recognising and enforcing mediated settlement agreements, businesses will be encouraged to consider mediation in managing and resolving disputes that arise in their commercial transactions. S. UBHODEEP


  9. India has lost substantial earnings as a result of international disputes being taken for resolution outside the country The draft convention that is now under consideration relates to the enforcement of settlement agreements arising from disputes in international commercial contracts. The convention will link laws adopted by countries to recognise domestic mediation and extend them beyond their boundaries. UBHODEEP


  10. Draft convention defines mediation as a "process whereby parties attempt to reach an amicable settlement of their dispute with the assistance of a third person (the mediator) The mediator lacks the authority to impose a solution upon the parties to the dispute." Courts of a country before which a mediated settlement agreement is brought must ensure implementation of the terms of settlement. The courts will allow a party to a settlement agreement UBHODEEP


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