g elections domestically. More far-right parties and nati

 nationalists entering the assembly would also place obstacles for passing EU legislation,” he said.

Various surveys have indicated that nationalist and

far-right parties across the Europe will perform strongly in the coming elections.

In France, President Emmanuel Macron’s Republic on the Move party is in a tight battle with Marine Le Pen’s far-right Nation

al Rally. A Elabe poll released on Wednesday said that Macron’s centrist ruling party will win 23.5

percent of the votes, while National Rally is expected to win 22 percent of voting intentions.

A poll in Italy’s Corriere della Sera newspaper said that support for the nation’s far-right League, which is led by the dep

uty prime minister, Matteo Salvini, was about 30.9 percent on May 10. Salvini has been campaigning vi

gorously across the country on behalf of EU parliamentary candidates and promoting hard-line policies.

www.sh419co.com