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The Turkish Election

Is this the end of the New Turkey?

Turkey held its 24th general election in its history last 7th of June. The new 550 MPs are now part of the 25th Grand National Assembly of Turkey. As expected, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) won the election but for the first time in power they did not achieved majority. A coalition government will now govern Turkey during next years if the parties agree of one. They have 45 days to achieve a consensus before a new elections can be marked.

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Elections in Turkey

Turkish Elections 2015

The news has thus far been packed with election news from many member states of the European Union. To name but a few: there were recently elections in Greece which saw Tsipras and Syriza take power, in the UK the Conservatives surprised many by winning a majority, and the local Spanish elections have also made the headlines due to the rise in new parties such as the Ciudadanos and Podemos, which have shaken the current ruling axis, it shows that the people of Spain are far from content with the status quo.

Jorge Jesus on

Party Donations in 2012

Campaign Money is Ruining Politics

Funding for political parties has for long been a source of contention in the UK. With little political consensus on this issue, political funding reform is overdue.

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Pablo Iglesias

European Elections in Spain

The entry of the "Podemos" party with 5 seats is the great revelation of these European elections. This party becomes the fourth-largest political group behind the United-Left and appears like a signal towards the Socialist Party and the People’s Party.

Robin Alves on

Matteo Renzi

An Italian Recipe for Europe?

For many Italians Renzi is an energetic and communicative 39-year-old man who seems to be a feather in Italy's cap.

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European Parliament Elections- Low Turnout Is The Real Winner

The majority of articles and analyses on the 2014 European Parliament elections focus on the rise of an anti-European trend, consisted of populist and far-right political parties which express an anti-immigrant, xenophobic and in some cases racist speech.

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