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European social democrats unite to fight the far-right

On July 16, newly elected MEPs will gather for their first plenary session. Among them will be social democrats from the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats (S&D) political group. In early January this year, analysts from the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) prepared a report on the upcoming EP elections. According to ECFR’s forecast, almost half of the seats in the European Parliament will belong to deputies who are not part of the “super grand coalition” (three centrist factions – EPP, S&D and Renew). In their opinion, the “Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats” will lose about 10 mandates. We would like to remind you that today the EP Social Democratic Group has 140 deputies. 

Continuing the series of materials on the electoral moods and ideological preferences of European voters on the eve of elections to the European Parliament, Ascolta offers an analysis of the current situation in the political camp of social democratic parties, which are represented in the European Parliament by the group “Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats” (S&D).

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On July 16, newly elected MEPs will gather for their first plenary session. Among them will be social democrats from the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats (S&D) political group. In early January this year, analysts from the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) prepared a report on the upcoming EP elections. According to ECFR’s forecast, almost half of the seats in the European Parliament will belong to deputies who are not part of the “super grand coalition” (three centrist factions – EPP, S&D and Renew). In their opinion, the “Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats” will lose about 10 mandates. We would like to remind you that today the EP Social Democratic Group has 140 deputies. 

Continuing the series of materials on the electoral moods and ideological preferences of European voters on the eve of elections to the European Parliament, Ascolta offers an analysis of the current situation in the political camp of social democratic parties, which are represented in the European Parliament by the group “Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats” (S&D).

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