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The next five years the European Union will be more fragmented than ever. This fragmentation is the key lesson of the 2019 European elections. However, contrary to the dominant narrative of the last decade or so, the old centrist blocs are not confronted with just a plethora of anti-system populist parties and groups.
Calls to vote, announcements for debates and rallies, but also references to the key issues: here’s a look at what, and how, outgoing MEPs tweeted in the runup to the European elections.
On May 26 Romania, alongside the majority of EU countries, will vote for the European elections. Here's a few data outlining the political and economic context in which the vote in Romania takes place.
In the run-up to the European elections, populists are gaining ground in many countries. But their slogans are not winning through everywhere. Where are they successful, and what makes them dangerous?
ALDE down in Czech Republic.
Polls from across the EU show increasing support for the parties in the the christian democrat EPP, the Greens/EFA, and the social democratic S&D groups of the European Parliament in the past two months. In Austria greens are down by 1.2 points.