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Whose Europe? EU elections end dominance of mainstream blocs

By: François PICARD Follow | Alessandro XENOS
1 min

The highest participation in an EU election for 25 years has pushed the two mainstream centre-right and centre-left blocs below 50% of the vote. They are still the top two vote-getters across the continent, but the momentum is definitely with either those who want a lot more Europe or a lot less. It's all about who now calls the shots in Brussels, picking new European commissioners, a new boss of the European Central Bank and deciding on security, immigration and energy transition.


Produced by Alessandro XENOS, Juliette LAURAIN and Ingri BERGO.

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