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Defeat for the ruling parties in the European elections in Germany and France

The European elections suffered a crushing defeat for the ruling parties in the EU’s two largest countries, with the parties of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron at least 15 points behind the front-runners on a night that in Europe most of the parties in power came under great pressure. AfD second, shame on the Scholz government In Germany, voters – disappointed, among other things, by the government’s handling of the economy and immigration – turned their backs on Chancellor Scholz and the three-party government coalition. According to the first exit polls, Solz’s Social Democrats recorded their worst ever performance in a European election (14%) and fell to third place, behind the far-right AfD, which surpassed all three parties in the governing coalition. The co-ruling Greens, who in the 2019 European elections had achieved a surprise by reaching 20.5%, are predicted to collapse to 12%, while the third party […]
Source: News Beast

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