Some members of France’s establishment, liberal-conservative Republicans have slammed the party’s vice president after he spoke out against native French people being “ethnically cleansed” by migrants in neighborhoods throughout the country. During a television segment earlier this week, Gilles Platret, who happens to be the mayor of Chalon-sur-Saône and the vice president for the center-right […]
Hungarian society is heading into next year’s elections with a hopelessly divided society and as history tells us, there could be more on the line than many would like to believe, economist László Bogár writes in a column in daily Magyar Hírlap
“If we mobilize ourselves on the highest level, we have no doubts that we will win these elections,” declared PiS leader Jarosław Kaczyński. The statesman also emphasized the need of the government to protect its citizens, as well as their freedom.
1,001 CDU delegates are set to elect their new chairman and they will choose from three quite different candidates. The vote is of the utmost importance as it could shape German politics more than the Bundestag elections.
Poland’s renovation is complete, and it is now time for stability, said Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki during the “Work for Poland” conference. He summarized Law and Justice’s (PiS) successes and outlined the party’s aims for the coming years.
In the face of the KNF corruption scandal and municipal elections outcome, Law and Justice (PiS) has a tough year ahead of them. Zuzanna Dąbrowska of “Rzeczpospolita” analyses the question of whether PiS might combine the upcoming European Parliament (EP) elections with the parliamentary elections in 2019.
Although it is very difficult to estimate the development of the Czech political scene on the basis of the results of the municipal and senate elections, it is clear that the most important information from the end of the duel is the return of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS).
Five years ago in the European elections the concept of “Spitzenkandidates” was presented as a democratic innovation. It created the illusion that the citizens are not voting for just a party but can directly affect the chief of the “European government”.
A catastrophic poll for the Polish opposition has been revealed. PiS is predicted to win 42 percent of the votes in the next parliamentary elections and Civic Platform (PO) only 20 percent. This is a 6 point increase for the ruling party and a 7 point decrease for the main opposition, polling agency Kantar Public reveals.
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