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Europe can change radically within 6 months, another Brexit in Brussels, here is who is the powerful country that can leave the European Union
Written by Marsela Shytia 28 Nëntor 2023
The wind of change is here, Viktor Orban declared after the shock victory of Geert Wilders in the general election in the Netherlands. The Hungarian prime minister is not the only Eurosceptic leader to congratulate Wilders on his campaign for 'zero asylum seekers' and closed borders. This summer, Europe witnessed the largest influx of migrants since 2016, when the Brexit referendum was held. The EU's response so far has been to try to agree a system of redistributing migrants between member states, with a fine for every refugee the government rejects. But this is not enough for European voters. Wilders therefore called for 'Nexit', a referendum on the Netherlands' membership of the European Union. Now the hard right is achieving notable electoral results and all this before the European Parliament elections, which will be held in June next year. These leaders are competing for as much influence as possible in Brussels to change or hinder the EU.
Austria and Germany
The far-right Freedom Party has led the polls in Austria for a year. The country receives on average more asylum seekers per year than any other EU member state: 470 per 100,000 inhabitants. The hard right is also gaining strength in Germany, particularly vulnerable to extremism because of its past. Olaf Scholz's unpopular coalition is tightening the migration issue and voters are turning to the center-right opposition CDU, but also to the anti-immigration AFD. More than a third of Germans believe that immigration is the biggest problem facing the EU.
Italy and Spain
Italy has long been at the forefront of Europe's migration challenge, and most migrants this year have come from Tunisia and Libya via the Italian coast. Since taking power, Giorgia Meloni has been more moderate than expected. So the prospect of Spain's hard right entering a national government seemed very real. The far-right Vox party was tipped to become the junior partner in a two-party coalition with the center-right Partido Popular. However, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez assembled a large left-wing coalition and remained in power. But Vox could still benefit in the European elections.
The Law and Justice party was aiming for a third consecutive term in October, and the only thing Warsaw and Brussels agreed on was a tough stance on Putin and support for Ukraine. Donald Tusk declared victory in the elections that are considered the most important since the fall of communism. Law and Justice's closest ally in the fight with Brussels is Hungary, which clashed with the Commission over its crackdown on gay rights and media freedom. The EU has withheld billions of euros in funding from Budapest over concerns about Hungary's return to the rule of law. Relations with law and justice are strained because of Orbán's soft stance on Russia, but he now has a new ally in left-wing nationalist Robert Fitz, a eurosceptic elected in September.
Not even Sweden, known for its liberal views, was immune to Europe's rightward turn. Last year they overthrew his leftist government. In neighboring Finland, voters rejected Sanna Marin, the Socialist prime minister, and replaced her with a conservative coalition that opposes handing over any national power to the EU or increasing the Union's budget.
The main risk
The Telegraph writes that Marine Le Pen is the only continental Eurosceptic who can beat Wilders when it comes to longevity. She lost to Macron in 2017 after calling for a referendum on Frexit. An EU public opinion poll in the spring showed that the French have the highest level of distrust of Brussels of all member states. After Wilders' victory in the Netherlands, she backed Wilders' Nexit, which suggests she hasn't given up on voting for Frexit either.