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European Election 2014 – France, Finland, Germany and Greece, June 17, 2014

Posted by WorldbyStorm in European Politics, The Left.

Here are parts three and four of Liberius’s series on the European Elections.
As Liberius notes:

Part three of my series the European elections. Initially this was supposed to be Finland, France and Germany, however the French section became too long and I elected to make it the third part in it’s own right. So this part covers France alone. Multi-state parts will resume with part four.


Part four of my Series on the European elections 2014, this time covering Finland, Germany and Greece.


1. benmadigan - June 17, 2014

liberius – fancy doing a comment on italy? The picture is certainly changing there since Berlusconi’s heyday – even the radical Greeks got a nomination


Liberius - June 17, 2014

Italy will be coming in part five, although I’m probably not the most incisive commenter on CLR when it comes to Italy.


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