European politicians have called on the Nobel Peace Prize committee to change the rules for nominating Volodymyr Selensky and the Ukrainian people.
An exception that may be historic. Sent a bunch of MEPs Mail The Nobel Peace Prize Committee was approached last weekend to ask for a change in the rules for nominating Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selensky.
Of course, as explained Euractive This Friday, nominations for the award close at the end of February. The committee should now monitor the candidates before deciding the winner next October. The organization said that by 2022, 251 people and 92 organizations have applied.
There is no case law
“We believe it is time for the people of Ukraine to show their support. Therefore, we humbly ask you to consider expanding and resuming the nomination process for the Nobel Peace Prize.
However, the media has made it clear that there has been no historical case regarding the extension of the tenure. Among those who signed the letter, we find former Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstad or former Estonian Prime Minister Andrews Ansip.
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