SMM5, March 27-European Parliament elections end on Sunday.
Figures released by the French Ministry of the Interior show that in the final results of the European Parliament elections, the group of French President Macron received 22.41 percent of the votes. The group of Le Pen, chairman of France's far-right party, the National Union, received 23.31% of the vote.
France has a total of 74 seats in the European Parliament, with 22 to 24 seats for the far-right National Union, 20 to 24 seats for Macron's Kadima Party and a small victory for the far-right party. On Sunday night, Le Pen, president of the far-right National Union, called for the establishment of a strong far-right in the European Parliament. "the president has no choice but to dissolve the National Assembly," she said. Ms Le Pen said Macron should learn from the election. Le Pen called it a "victory for the people" and called on all patriots to join the National Union.
In Britain, where Brexit failed to succeed, Britain had to take part in the European Parliament elections, with preliminary results showing the Brexit party well ahead of the ruling Conservative Party and Labour Party. The Brexit Party, announced in April by the former British Independence Party, Farage, is a far-right party and firmly supports leaving the European Union.
In Hungary, preliminary results of the vote showed a huge victory for far-right nationalist Prime Minister Orban. His party, the League of Young Democrats, won 52.14 per cent of the vote, more than three times that of the second-placed left-wing League for Democracy, which received only 16.25 per cent of the vote.
In Italy, the League, a far-right party led by Matteo Salvini (Matteo Salvini), Italy's deputy prime minister, also won the country's European Parliament elections, according to an exit poll released by Rai, a subsidiary of the CNN.
More stable is Germany, where 28.8% of voters voted for the coalition, down 6.6% from 2014, and the SPD's approval rating fell to 15.5% from 27.3% in 2014. The far-right option party won 3.7% more votes than in 2014, to 10.8%, but it is still a minority.
After more than 20 years of development, the EU has exposed its shortcomings. The rapid rise of far-right forces in recent years shows that the European people are extremely dissatisfied with the traditional ruling party. Regular traditional parties can no longer win the support of the people. If Britain's next prime minister is to be replaced by Boris Johnson, the hard Brexit former foreign secretary, it will be another black swan incident after Trump takes office!