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WorldEU votes as populists seek historic breakthrough

15:15  25 may  2019
15:15  25 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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EU parliamentary elections entered a third day of voting on Saturday, as populists hoped to win a major breakthrough and disrupt European politics for the next five years. Voters from Malta, Slovakia and Latvia headed to the polls, with most of the bloc's 28 member states -- including big players.

Brussels (AFP) - EU parliamentary elections entered a third day of voting on Saturday, as populists hoped to win a major breakthrough and disrupt European More than 400 million people are eligible to elect 751 members of the European Parliament with the first official results to be announced late

EU votes as populists seek historic breakthrough© PAUL FAITH After Ireland voting continues for a third day in EU-wide elections across the continent with populists hoping for an upset victory

Voters were called out for a third day in EU parliamentary elections on Saturday as populists hoped to win a major breakthrough and disrupt European politics for the next five years.

Polls were open in Malta, Slovakia and Latvia, with most of the bloc's 28 member states -- including big players Germany, France and Italy -- to vote on Sunday.

More than 400 million people are eligible to elect 751 members of the European Parliament with the first official results to be announced late Sunday once voting in all EU countries is over.

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Polling has shown for months that populists and the anti-immigration far right could make big gains in the vote, which will also help determine who replaces Jean-Claude Juncker as head of the European Commission as well as other top jobs.

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An exit poll after voting in the Netherlands on Thursday however showed a surprise victory for pro-EU socialists, giving hope to establishment forces elsewhere in the bloc that the populist tide could be limited.

"To all our friends across Europe still campaigning, this one is for you too!" said Dutchman Frans Timmermans, the lead socialist candidate and one of the main contenders to replace Juncker.

EU votes as populists seek historic breakthrough

EU votes as populists seek historic breakthrough EU parliamentary elections entered a third day of voting on Saturday, as populists hoped to win a major breakthrough and disrupt European politics for the next five years. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Voters from Malta, Slovakia and Latvia headed to the polls, with most of the bloc's 28 member states -- including big players Germany, France and Italy -- to vote on Sunday.

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Le Pen said she believes the Europe of Nations and Freedom parliamentary group “will perform a historic feat to pass from the 8th place in Europe to third or maybe second.” Analysts believe that the two traditional centre-right and centre-left political groups will be weakened in the vote , falling short of

Europhiles also had reason to cheer from an exit poll in Ireland that suggested Prime Minister Leo Varadkar's Fine Gael party, which is committed to closer EU integration, was in the lead.

Turnout is a major concern in the EU elections, with voters in Slovakia historically the least interested, having just 13 percent show up for the last polls five years ago.

Analysts said Slovakia would most likely send one far right MEP to Strasbourg, where Czech voters -- who were voting for a second day on Saturday -- seemed set to hand victory to the ruling ANO, polls suggested.

EU votes as populists seek historic breakthrough© Filippo MONTEFORTE Italy's anti-immigrant League has topped opinion polls in Italy

Britain voted on Thursday, a day before Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation following a months-long Brexit crisis, though the result will not be revealed until Sunday.

The Brexit Party, which was only set up this year by veteran eurosceptic MEP Nigel Farage, is expected to score a resounding win in the UK vote.

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As up to 400 million Europeans prepare to vote for the EU parliament, the populist challenge to the Brussels consensus has been disrupted by scandal. In Austria, the far-right vice-chancellor has resigned in disgrace after falling victim to a hidden camera sting as he appeared to seek Russian

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Britain was never supposed to have participated in the EU vote but May was forced to do so after delaying Brexit beyond the original date of March 29 because the UK parliament refused to approve the divorce deal.

- 'Shaping the future' -

On the far right, Matteo Salvini of Italy's anti-immigrant League and Marine Le Pen of France's National Rally (RN) want their Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF) group to become the third largest in Brussels. The League has topped opinion polls in Italy.

Le Pen is seeking to strike a big blow to Emmanuel Macron's French presidency by overtaking his pro-European party Republic on the Move (LREM) and denying the young leader's ambition to shake up the EU.

Polls give her RN party a slight edge, with around 25 percent support against Macron's 22.5 percent.

"It is hard to overstate the importance of this week's European Parliament elections," said Mujtaba Rahman of the Eurasia Group.

"Besides determining the composition of the next Parliament, the results will also be critical in shaping the future character and profile of the European Union," he said.

The establishment is expected to remain strong in several countries, with voters from Spain to the former Soviet Baltic states showing solid backing for the EU.

In Germany, surveys put Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU party -- a heavyweight in the EU-wide centre-right EPP group -- in first place, with the Greens second.

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