Emmanuel Macron is the president of France and runs a series of proposals for increasing supranationalism in the EU. Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orbán will, however, reduce the union's power. Hungarian has also taken the away from liberal democracy and has often been criticised for anti-semitism.
The respected think tank Freedom House ranks the world's countries according to how democratic they are. In the latest annual report classified Hungary, unlike other EU countries, just as ”partially free”. The union discusses the long sanctions against Hungary, on the basis of country interventions in the democracy. There is no parallel to this in France.
that a Swedish christian democrat find it difficult to choose between a liberal democrat and an authoritarian nationalist. Skyttedals party cooperated nevertheless, during the fifteen years with two of the Swedish liberal parties. ”Both are equally destructive,” says Sara Skyttedal now if the Macrons and Orbán's roles in Europe.
Sweden stands for the first time, a EUROPEAN parliamentary election where the debate does not revolve around yes or no to the union. None of the established parties requires longer to Sweden leaves. Both the Left party and The sweden democrats have put utträdeskravet on the ice.
to take back powers to nation states or to deepen EUROPEAN cooperation. All parties except the Liberals want to somehow take back power (but at the same time, they often increase cooperation in any other area). Skyttedal has no cv as a member of the EU parliament. She is a rookie, which, nevertheless, shows clearly that she intends to go in the forefront of the fight against giving the EU more power. In the forthcoming election campaign in Sweden goes left - centred alliance for the election against högerpopulismen. Skyttedal choose their place between the SD and the Conservatives.
the Distance to the old friends of the Centre party and the Liberals is growing while the other criticised högerpopulisterna will be less.
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