• European Right Fails To Unite Leaving Team Ursula In Charge Of EU

    June 27, 2024
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    Italian Prime Minister Georgia Meloni, via Wikimedia Commons

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    Despite the success of conservative parties in the recent European parliamentary elections, the European right is unable to unite in a meaningful way to oppose the globalist agenda of EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. The European Conservative and Reformists group (ECR), led by Italy’s Georgia Meloni, had grown to become the third largest parliamentary formation after the June 9 election, but it is rapidly losing support as it prepares to sell out the Conservative agenda and negotiates to support Team Ursula. As a result, Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz Party and Poland’s Law and Justice Party are opting to withdraw support from Meloni.

    Hungary’s Viktor Orbán refuses to collaborate with the ECR group because it includes the Alliance for the Union of Romanian (AUR), and now the Poles from the Law and Justice Party are also threatening to leave the group.

    Law and Justice and Fidesz could form a separate parliamentary group of Eastern European countries that are not ideologically linked. Fidesz, which does not currently belong to any political group, the Czech Action of Dissatisfied Citizens, which left Emmanuel Macron's RENEW group, and Robert Fico’s Slovak Social Democracy Party, which had been excluded from the Socialist group, are planning to form a bloc of representatives mainly from Central and Eastern Europe.

    “It is quite obvious that we could be united on a geographical platform and not on [an] ideological platform. I’m less and less interested in all these ideological pieces of the puzzle," former Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told Politico The former Polish Prime Minister added that he is in contact with representatives of other delegations.

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    Morawiecki said that he is also in contact with Waldemar Tomaszewski, a Lithuanian member of the ECR, to join the group. “We might have a big group,” he said. The 20 Polish MEPs of Law and Justice have divided opinions. Some want an exit from the ECR group controlled by Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, worried that Meloni will make a pact with the Ursula von der Leyen’s EPP (European Christian Democrats) and deviate from the political path followed by the ECR.

    The new group is also inviting representatives of Janez Jansa's Slovenian Democratic Party, currently in the EPP. It takes 23 representatives from seven member states to form a party group. The emergence of this new group could lead to the weakening of the political strength of Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, who would lose 20 of the 87 members with the departure of PiS. It is not clear, however, whether this new group created around Fidesz could count in the negotiations for leadership positions in the EU.

    The grievances of the right in the East come as a result of the fact that Giorgia Meloni is selling out the agenda of the European Right by negotiating to support “Team Ursula,” in exchange for a position of vice-president or European Commissioner for Italy.



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