Ballot Buzz: European voters, eurosceptic parties and EU flags

Ballot Buzz: European voters, eurosceptic parties and EU flags
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On today's edition of Ballot Buzz, anti-EU parties are predicted to gain power in the European Parliament, people are encouraged to vote and the EU flag makes its way into French classrooms.


On today's Ballot Buzz:

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani has joined forces with a football trade union in hopes that the players will help to convince people to participate in the upcoming European Parliament election.

In Brussels, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker issued his team of commissioners with guidelines regarding the European election campaign.

A study by the European Council on Foreign Relations has predicted that eurosceptic parties could win a third of seats or more in the May election.

MPs voted to make displaying EU flags mandatory in French classrooms.

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