The strong right-wing populist wave that pulls forward in the world have changed the nationalists and populisternas approach to the EU. Previously, they worked for their countries as rapidly as possible to leave the cooperation. Now many anti-EU parties rather than change the union from within.
Several member states are governed by authoritarian nationalists. And the right-wing populist parties look set to move sharply forward in the elections to the EUROPEAN parliament, even if they are very far from a majority.
(and also Putinvänner) as Italy's Matteo Salvini and France's Marine Le Pen has begun working to create a unified högerpopulistisk alliance in the EU parliament, and thus bring back the power to the capitals. But the sweden democrats ' top candidate Peter Lundgren says no: ”We have a red line against Russia. We do not want to be associated with the parties who cooperate with the Russian federation.”
his reasoning much like the seven Swedish parliamentary parties have done when they do not want to negotiate with The sweden democrats. The approach to Russia has been an important argument in order to isolate the SD, at the page on racism in the party.
in the parliament. The alliance has been torn apart and the party is cooperating with the Conservatives in some municipalities. To SD to reach her goal to interact with M and KD also on the national level can the party does not ally with Putinförespråkare in the EU.
Such co-operation may provoke also a part of the SD's voters. Peace in Europe has been the Swedish voters ' most important issue in all of the EU-parliament elections.
Väljaropinionen is an important explanation for the fact that SD is no longer demanding a Swedish withdrawal of the election campaign. The controversy around Brexit do not attract emulation and EUROPEAN public opinion in the country is more positive than ever.