Here we go again.
- Another election, another rejection of historically dominant parties
- Another election, another increase in the number of new parties
- Another election, another surge for the anti-establishment voices
This fragmentation has now taken place in elections in Italy, France, Spain, Sweden, Austria as well as the European Parliament itself. It's present in the polls of countries with elections around the corner, such as Germany where the Green Party sits comfortably in second place. Anti-establishment branding has brought us a host of new faces over the past few . . .
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