Deník N | It's a nightmare for Europe, expert assesses the electoral triumph of the Dutch far right

The far-right populist Party for Freedom (PVV) won the Dutch general election. This will not only affect the Netherlands - it will have an impact on the direction of the country itself, but also outline a broader European trend for the upcoming European Parliament elections. Viktor Daněk, deputy director of EUROPEUM, explained to Deník N what all this could mean not only for the Dutch, but also for the European Union, migrants, and Ukraine.

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RTVS | What does the liberal bloc's parliamentary election victory mean for Poland and the EU?

More than a month ago, Poland held parliamentary elections. The Liberal bloc won a majority and was charged with forming a government. Our Deputy Director, Viktor Daněk, answers questions about the significance of this dramatic change for Poland and the EU.

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TV Nova | President Duda appoints Morawiecki to form new Polish government

Three weeks after Poland's parliamentary elections, President Andrzej Duda on Monday evening entrusted the incumbent Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki with the task of forming a government. Viktor Daněk, deputy director of the EUROPEUM Institute, discussed the issue.

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TV Nova | Parliamentary elections in Poland

Poland faces parliamentary elections this weekend. The contest will be between Jarosław Kaczyński's Law and Justice party and the Civic Platform coalition led by former Prime Minister and former European Council chief Donald Tusk. Our deputy director, Viktor Daněk, discusses the topic in a studio interview.

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Deník N: Turning East, breaking off cooperation. How Slovakia's elections could change the direction of the country

Kristína Chlebáková, our project manager, commented in an article for Deník N on the upcoming parliamentary elections in Slovakia. The elections will take place at the end of September and may change the foreign policy orientation of Slovakia. Some political parties, including the biggest favourite, former Prime Minister Robert Fico's Smer - Social Democracy party, are campaigning on refusing aid to Ukraine, being friendly to Russia and attacking the EU and the US.

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ČRo Radiožurnál: The failure of the right and Janez Janša - Slovenian parliamentary elections

The head of our Brussels office, Žiga Faktor, gave an interview to ČRo Radiožurnál on the results of the parliamentary elections in Slovenia. Is there a chance for change in Slovenia?

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ČRo PLUS: How are the Slovenian parliamentary elections going?

The head of our Brussels office, Žiga Faktor, gave an interview for ČRo PLUS about the parliamentary elections in Slovenia and, for example, the role played by Ukraine.

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ČRo: How are the Slovenian parliamentary elections going?

Our researcher Žiga Faktor was a guest on the Czech Radio afternoon news. The news focuses on the parliamentary elections in Slovenia. It mentions how the main candidates differ and their stance on the war in Ukraine. In this context, it also mentioned what themes resonated among Slovenian citizens the most.

Show more Orbán emptied the state coffers before the elections. Next government will have to cut back

Réka Sulyok from the Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM described for news server the current political developments in Hungary in the context of the upcoming parliamentary elections. The article discusses in more detail the position Hungary could potentially find itself in after the re-election of the current prime minister Viktor Orbán or, on the contrary, the consequences of a possible victory of the opposition candidate Péter Márki-Zay.

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SWP: Between change and continuity: European expectations towards Czech and German EU policies after the 2021 elections

For the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Žiga Faktor, Director of our Brussels office, and Zuzana Stuchlíková, Research Associate at EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, co-authored an article on the European expectations of the Czech and German governments' European policy.

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