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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.
The simple conclusion of the European elections is that the centrist mainstream still holds. But it is what the liberals decide to do now that will help decide the EU's future.
The last election rallies of the European People's Party and European Socialists have been taking place ahead of Sunday's poll.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told Euronews that Fidesz would leave the EU's biggest centre-right block after the elections, if the EPP turned to Macron's En Marche or to any other liberal or leftist force.
Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, who leads the far-right League party in his home country, met Hungary's leader Viktor Orban on Thursday for talks dominated by immigration and political alliances ahead of EU elections later this month.
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Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, has said his government could resume its media attacks on European Union institutions.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he voluntarily agreed to pause Fidesz' party participation from the EPP.
The EU must recognise how intertwined the two countries are as well as the necessity of the taking a ‘whole of the Union’ approach to bringing the aggressive behaviour of both regimes to an end.
The centre-right European People's Party is to decide whether to expel the party led by Hungary's populist prime minister.
Hungary's Orban has apologised to Belgian MP Wouter Beke in a bid to stay in the EPP.
The enfant terrible of the EPP, Viktor Orbán has consistently crossed red lines set out by the Europarty. In order to salvage what remains of its credibility and stick up for the EU's core values, the EPP must cut ties with the Hungarian autocrat before it is too late.
The European People's Party president has confirmed that the expulsion of Hungary's Fidesz party is on the agenda to discuss on the 20 March.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's ruling Fidesz party faces expulsion from the largest political grouping in the European Union.
The EPP has shielded Orban and in return he has bolstered its numbers.
The apparent irony of the move was slammed as "bizarre and unacceptable".
With Weber’s selection, the EPP’s Faustian bargain with Europe’s leading autocrat Orbán is sealed.
Euronews' Darren McCaffrey speaks to Manfred Weber, who the European People's Party has chosen as its nominee for European Commission president.
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Whoever wins, will get to choose who succeeds Jean-Claude Juncker as President of the European Commission, if they're still the biggest block in the European Parliament after next May's election.
German MEP and head of the European People's party Manfred Weber, is facing former Finnish Prime Minister Alex Stubb in the race to become the next Commission President. Delegates decide Thursday on their candidate to replace Jean-Claude Juncker.
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