“With or without EU”: The Radical Left at the proof of the 2019 European elections

Europäisches Parlament, Brussels, Belgium
Schwartz, Michail
In the 2019 election, the Radical Left at the European level suffered internal tensions between Eurosceptics and anti-capitalists on the one hand and proponents of an attempt to build an alternative leftist narrative of European integration on the other hand. The organizational fragmentation – between the Party of the European Left, the Nordic Green Alliance, and the two recently born movements DiEM25 and Now the People – and the nomination of two lowprofile leading candidates further weakened the left parties. As a result, the GUE/NGL group has become smaller and more heterogeneous.


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