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2019 European Parliament Election

davflz

wow the general public is finally realizing that climate change is literally the biggest threat to civilization :diane: Maybe the planet won't be dead by 2050 :vegas:

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kvnrp
18 minutes ago, DelusionalGaga said:

I wonder if the Rezo video had some real impact on that or not :selena:

It must have. The media coverage over this was crazy and the Union was failing miserably on this issue :deadbanana:

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Bellatrix

Here's a prediction of the results from Sweden. The numbers in the parentheses are compared to the results from 2014.
Left Party (GUE/NGL) - 6,4% (+0,1)
Social Democrats (S&D) - 25,1% (+0,9)
Feminist Initiative (S&D) - 0,8% (-4,7)
Green Party (Greens) - 9,5% (-5,9)
Centre Party (ALDE) - 10,3% (+3,8)
Liberals (ALDE) - 4,4% (-5,5)
Moderate Party (EPP) - 17,6% (+4,0)
Christian Democrats (EPP) - 7,5% (+1,6)
Sweden Democrats (ECR) - 16,9% (+7,2)

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Bellatrix
1 hour ago, Bellatrix said:

Here's a prediction of the results from Sweden. The numbers in the parentheses are compared to the results from 2014.
Left Party (GUE/NGL) - 6,4% (+0,1)
Social Democrats (S&D) - 25,1% (+0,9)
Feminist Initiative (S&D) - 0,8% (-4,7)
Green Party (Greens) - 9,5% (-5,9)
Centre Party (ALDE) - 10,3% (+3,8)
Liberals (ALDE) - 4,4% (-5,5)
Moderate Party (EPP) - 17,6% (+4,0)
Christian Democrats (EPP) - 7,5% (+1,6)
Sweden Democrats (ECR) - 16,9% (+7,2)

First results:
Left Party (GUE/NGL) - 6,8% (+0,5)
Social Democrats (S&D) - 23,6% (-1,0)
Feminist Initiative (S&D) - 0,8% (-4,6)
Green Party (Greens) - 11,4% (-3,8)
Centre Party (ALDE) - 10,8% (+4,3)
Liberals (ALDE) - 4,1% (-5,8)
Moderate Party (EPP) - 16,8% (+3,3)
Christian Democrats (EPP) - 8,7% (+2,8)
Sweden Democrats (ECR) - 15,5% (+5,6)

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Luc

Netherlands has the reddest map of all time

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PvdA surprisingly won with 6 seats, far-right PVV/Wilders (4 seats) now at 0, new far-right party gets only 3 seats. Other Euroskeptics SP/GUE-NGL went from 2 to 0, and CU-SGP/ECR steady at 2. VVD/ALDE went up 1, D66/ALDE went down 2, CDA/EPP went down 1, GreenLeft/G-EFA went up 1. Very good result for PvdA/S&D. They were even biggest in the far-right stronghold/my hometown Schiedam.

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Sestri Levante

Abstention was alarmingly high in Portugal :saladga: At least we elected someone for the Green Party. I was disappointed not seeing a real liberal party being elected from Portugal. The only real liberal party was running for the first time this year and got a decent result, which is not bad at all.:vegas:

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bionic

CMW VOTING SHOULD BE MANDATORY

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Bellatrix
15 hours ago, Luc said:

Netherlands has the reddest map of all time

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If we're gonna talk redness :selena: 

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Luc
2 hours ago, Bellatrix said:

If we're gonna talk redness :selena: 

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True, but we have to consider that historically, the centre-left in Sweden does well everywhere but Stockholm and Malmö, while the centre-left in the Netherlands historically only performs well in the north and big cities. This is the first time in over 70 years that the centre-left was biggest in Limburg and Noord-Brabant for example. Low turn-out, a Spitzenkandidat from Limburg and virtually nobody expecting the result explain most of it though.

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monster4life231
18 hours ago, Zander said:

Turnout was awful in the UK.

 

Turnout makes the parties positions awkward. The Brexit Party claim that they have a clear mandate for a no-deal Brexit and the pro-remain parties claim that they have a clear mandate for a second referendum. However, the turnout was very low, so for any party to assume that this vote reflects the countries attitudes is wrong.

spread peace - #MJInnocent

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Supersonic

Voted Green this year. I've been pretty removed from the Friday for Future protests and the German political scene because it got way too depressing to deal with, but I LOVE seeing people youger than me stand up for what is ultimately right and take no sh*t anymore from these old conservative geezers. :diane:

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