A fragmentation of the political landscape, a dilution of the centre towards extremes and a weakening of the long dominant parties.
The spring of 2019 is an exhausting season for parties and voters in Denmark, with national elections coming up right less than a week after the European elections, on the 5th of June.
The country was portrayed as immensely divided, with many tensions, regarding separatists as well as an anti-democratic movement.
Social-Democrats need to make social sustainability a reality – and get people on board for environmental and economic sustainability.
How could Progressives regain the young vote? Not without a substantial critique of capitalism.
In an written and video interview by Alain Bloëdt, Paul Magnette outlines his four main topics for the European election campaign.