Monday, 5 December 2016

2017, year of elections

Next year we will have a general election in the Netherlands (March), a presidential election in France (April), a federal election in Germany (September) and now that the Italian constitutional referendum has returned a resounding "No" and the Prime Minister has announced his resignation there will most likely be a general election in Italy, probably in March next year.

That's a lot of voting and in each country there is a growing Eurosceptic party snapping at the heels of the establishment. By the end of 2017 the European political landscape could look very different from now.

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