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What rallying call could revive the EU’s public support?

It isn’t easy these days to be a pro-Europe politician. Trying to rally public support for the EU looks like a recipe for being thrown out of office come the next election. The anti-EU camp, by contrast, seems to have no problem at all in rallying its supporters. On the left, Greece’s Syriza rode to election victory on a plainly anti-European agenda. On the right, Marine Le Pen’s chances of winning France’s presidency in 2017 are rising. In Germany, Pegida, the Alternative für Deutschland and the CSU now finally seem to have broken the political taboo on euroscepticism in the …read more

Source: Europe’s World

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