During the summer, political developments in Italy were swift: The “Captain” ran the ship aground, steering right-wing Lega out of power.
The scenario of simple proportional representation: the Greek Parliament under different conditions of representation
Using simple proportional representation to explore what the composition of the current and previous Parliament would resemble and taking a hypothetical look at the past, in search of the last autonomous prime minister.
The Greek vote and the political circumstances that influenced it – A timeline covering the past four decades
Historical data reveals how the Greek vote has changed since the political transition after the dictatorship, from the first parliamentary elections in 1974 to the most recent national elections in 2015.
From a xenophobic party in northern Italy, to a xenophobic party that was voted into the Italian Parliament. Steadily, Lega is increasing its power, following a successful strategy where social media has played a decisive role.
It’s a few days after April 28, national elections in Spain, and the process of forming a government has not ended and it seems that it will take months. Catalonia’s secessionist trend has its share in shaping political correlations
The lucrative trade of passports and residence permits in Europe, the money under the table and various reactions.
The facts about the Golden Visa program – the illegal and legal practices of the foreign and Greek companies involved and the impact on the real estate market.
Openly-gay and an atheist, Robert Biedron, former mayor of a small Polish town, seeks to put an end to the conservative Polish “winter” of the last four years, with his new party, “Spring”.
The left-wing parties in Europe are experiencing internal disputes and seeking new alliances. The shrinking of SYRIZA seems to have created a gap that will not be filled easily.