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How has the result of the European election affected Italy and Germany
Months after the European Elections, we’re back to talk about its main takeaways, namely gains for the greens and the strengthening of anti-immigrant far-right parties. We bring you two reports on Insiders Unreported Europe – Euronews’ current affairs magazine. One from Italy and one from Germany.
Watch: What are the main takeaways from the European Election?
Watch the interview to hear viewpoints from two different countries, Italy and Poland, about why Italy’s League Party scored so high and why the Law and Justice Party in Poland did so well.
Lampedusa divided over migrants
Lampedusa, one of the centres of the migrant crisis, is divided in opinion. A doctor has been helping, he says, around 300,000 people for the last 30 years, as they dock on the island's shores. Others, who support Matteo Salvini’s League Party, want better jobs and more help from the government.
EU summit top jobs race round two
EU leaders meet on Sunday to thrash out a deal over the team that will guide the bloc for the next five years. The power game between the French and German leaders will be key to breakthroughs. Paris is pushing for French Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, while Berlin is sticking to Manfred Weber.
EU rebukes UK over 'obstacles' to vote for EU27 nationals
Brussels demanded London provide information after EU citizens in the UK "were confronted with a number of obstacles" to participate in last month's EU elections.
Then and now: Manfred Weber's digs at Hungary over the years
"Fidesz is doing a good job in Hungary and they have a good economic development there. On the other hand..."
The Brief: Puigdemont refused EU accreditation, causing controversy
Charles Puigdemont declared independence from Catalonia and came to Belgium, where he was elected as an MEP. Now, he is being denied temporary EU accreditation. The decision was extended to all Spanish MEPs. Read more about why that was the resolution here.
The Brief: EU reflects lack of diversity in membership
A new report showed that while racial and ethnic minorities make 10 percent of the EU’s population, only 5 percent of those elected into the European Parliament this election represented those populations.
The Brief: How MEPs in-waiting are handling pre-Brexit
The MEPs who came next on their national lists are waiting for Brexit to happen before they can take their seats. Because they aren't being paid, many of them are still working their current jobs.
Meet the Christian Green Party supporters of Bavaria
An otherwise conservative region in Germany has seen a surge in Green Party voters in the last EU election. In this feature of Insiders, meet the Christians who have thrown their support behind the left-wing party.
Orban's Fidesz party to back Manfred Weber as EPP group leader
The news marks a major U-turn for the Hungarian prime minister, who has long been at odds with the centre-right spitzenkandidat.
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A fragmented Europe
Europe has spoken and the centre is shrinking, while far-right, liberals and Greens have gained. We look at what's next for the EU.
What do newly elected MEPs do until Parliament begins?
The newly elected don't officially become MEPs until 2 July. So what are they up to until then?
The Brief: intrigue over EU top job ahead of EU summit
Brussels is digesting the election results this Monday, but Tuesday will be see EU leaders meet in the Belgian capital to barter over who will take over the Commission President's job from Jean-Claude Juncker this Autumn.
Luxembourg PM says European elections 'a wake up call'
In an interview with Euronews, Luxembourg's prime minister reacted to the recent European elections and talked about what's next for the EU project.
EU Summit: Power struggle to find next EU leader continues
EU leaders are in Brussels to weigh in on who should take the top jobs in the bloc
Hungary foreign minister rejects Weber as EU President
"I can tell you one thing for sure: We do not consider any Spitzenkandidat suitable as the president of the European Commission."
The thing Eurocrats are most worried about with EU election results
What would their nightmare scenario be?
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The battle for Europe
The elections are upon us - and the motto of the Parliament's campaign is 'this time I'm voting' - they have the support of celebrities to get the vote out, but we look at voter turnout on a downward spiral and how Brexit will affect the new hemicycle.
Independence puzzle for European Parliament
The former president of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, is campaigning for a seat in the European Parliament. And the polls indicate that he could get it. But the problem is whether he can legally occupy it.
These are the campaign videos populists are using to win votes
From the far-right to the far-left, these political parties have taken on a divisive approach to getting voters to the polls.
Anger as EU citizens 'turned away from UK voting stations' | #TheCube
EU citizens living in the UK are using #DeniedMyVote to share stories of being unable to vote in the European parliamentary elections, many claim they are being turned away at the polls.
EU polls: Brexit Party set to take most seats in European Parliament
The eurosceptic party leapfrogged Matteo Salvini's Lega party in the latest projections.
Chemnitz: Is the East German city really a hot bed for extremism?
Insiders looks at how the once-mighty industrial city that suffered during the transition from communism became known as a hub for far-right activity.
Chemnitz: The rise of the far right in eastern Germany
Why has Chemnitz gained a reputation for being a hotbed of extremism?
The Brief: European elections - the Brexit effect
UK MEPs are saying a long goodbye to Brussels, but what impact will their presence have on the new European parliament and what will happen when they leave? We explore the Brexit effect.