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Current European Parliament President, German Martin Schulz is the Socialists’ candidate for President of the European Commission (photo: dpa)

Eurosceptics could make their mark in European elections

Elections for the European Parliament in May 2014 are likely to see a record number of eurosceptic or populist parties from both ends of the political spectrum. This will mean no clear majority for a centre-right / liberal or a centre-left / Green coalition so what impact will this have on the parliament’s work?

<i>There are likely to be three outcomes from the European elections in May 2014 for the European Parliament and the European Commission - a rise in the number of eurosceptic members of the EP, a need for a grand coalition between the two parties of the centre-right (EPP) and the centre-left (S&amp;D) and a showdown within the European Parliament and between it and t...

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Dr. Michael Wohlgemuth
The lead candidates are supposed to give the election a European-wide face and mobilise voters
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