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18 November 2015 – Cameron and his ECR group in the European parliament would face a considerable increase in seats if there was a European parliament election tomorrow. The share of votes of the ECR would rise three points up to 12 percent, which would be the highest level for the conservative euro-sceptic parties since 1989. The euro-sceptic parties profit from their anti-liberal immigration policy in the (...) by
28 October 2015 – Tuesday 27th October, Polish PKW published the results of last Sunday’s legislative elections. With 61% of the Parliamentary seats the social conservative party PiS left behind its principal opposition, the outgoing party PO. Polish policy will therefore change entirely. by
25 October 2015 – The Autumn parliamentary elections will serve as the chance to confirm the predominance of the Law and Justice Party (PiS), who won the Presidency of Poland in a close-fought contest thus making Andrzej Duda, the rising star of the party, as head of state. If Poland’s joining the Eurozone was at the heart of the Presidential campaign, the subject is sure to re-emerge during the parliamentary (...) by ,
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