European Political Parties and Foundations: The ’tissue’ that connects?

By |november 20th, 2019|European political parties, european politics, News|

To the average European citizen, the political groups in the European Parliament, which help shape EU-wide legislation, are a vaguely familiar concept. But there is much less knowledge of the European political parties (as opposed to groups) and the th...

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2019 European elections: Is the ‘Italian situation’ a harbinger for next May?

By |marec 30th, 2018|European political parties, future eu, News|

The 2019 European elections are already casting a shadow. In the political circles of Brussels and Strasbourg, there are fears that the 'Italian situation' could spread. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Europe En Marche says “not compatible” with Italian 5 Star Movement

By |marec 30th, 2018|Diem, Emmanuel Macron, Europe en Marche, European political parties, fake news, Five Star Movement, future eu, Italy, M5S, News, SYRIZA|

The Italian press wrote that Europe En Marche was reaching out to the 5 Star Movement, this was then clearly refuted by En Marche.

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Duff : Is the European Parliament really a serious parliament?

By |september 11th, 2017|Brexit, degressive proportionality, Emmanueal Macron, eu citizenship, EU electoral reform, European constituency, European elections 2019, European Parliament, European political parties, Lisbon Treaty, News, Spitzenkandidaten, transnational list|

Over the years, step by step, the European Parliament has won a share of real constitutional power. Today, circumstances have thrown it a golden opportunity to take another major step – but it looks as though MEPs are going to retreat again, argues Andrew Duff.

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