European elections: Eurosceptic success could impact national policies
The European Parliamentary elections in May are likely to see a record number of eurosceptic or populist parties elected from both the political right and left. This could force a grand coalition of the major centre-right and centre-left groups in the parliament. But what impact will this have on national policies and the EU Council?
<i>The rise of eurosceptic parties will have an impact on national governments in many key countries of the European Union. Political instability leading to a less friendly view towards EU integration can be expected in France, Italy and Greece and in the northern states such as Finland, the Netherlands and Austria. The situation is particularly te...
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