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Editor’s note: how a ‘sharp right turn’ could impact EU lawmaking

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The upcoming EU parliament elections could see gains for populist rightwing parties and losses for centre-left and green parties, which may have significant consequences for EU policymaking (Photo: NakNakNak/Pixabay)

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The European parliament elections, scheduled for June, will see a major shift to the right in many EU countries, with gains for populist radical rightwing parties and losses for centre-left and green parties, according to a

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