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ChatGPT | Voting in 20 EU countries under way as elections for the European Parliament enters its final day, 9 June
Surveys suggest that mainstream and pro-European parties will retain their majority in parliament, but they will lose seats to hard right [EPP] parties like those led by Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni, Hungarian leader Viktor Orban, Geert Wilders in the Netherlands and Marine Le Pen in France. That would make it harder for Europe to pass legislation and could at times paralyze decision-making in the world's biggest trading bloc.
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euronews | Poll Centre, "pre-bunking"
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by Cat on Sun Jun 9th, 2024 at 01:28:14 PM EST
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