Ruling parties in the largest EU economies suffer defeat in European Parliament elections, Macron dissolves the legislature

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Ruling parties in the largest EU economies suffer defeat in European Parliament elections, Macron dissolves the legislature

The elections to the European Parliament ended today. In a number of European Union countries, opposition parties prevail over the ruling ones. The largest EU economies, Germany and France, were no exception in this case.

Thus, in Germany, according to preliminary data, Olaf Scholz’s SPD is only in 3rd place with 14%. It (the party) is inferior not only to the CDU/CSU (about 30% of the votes), but also to the right-wing Alternative for Germany party (16,2%). The EP elections were a complete disappointment for the German Greens, who showed an almost 9% worse result compared to the previous elections.





In France, Macron's party suffers a serious defeat from Marine Le Pen's party. The defeat for Macron is so palpable that he dissolves the National Assembly. The President of France signed a decree according to which early elections to parliament and local governments of the country will be held on June 30 and July 7. Moreover, such a step is not Macron’s personal initiative, but a necessity. Previously, the French opposition insisted on dissolving parliament if it won the elections to the EP.

As of now, Le Pen’s party outpaces the current president’s party by more than 2 times: Marine Le Pen’s political platform has more than 32 percent, Macron’s party has a little more than 15 percent.

Right-wing forces, as in France, are also leading in the elections in Austria.

The final results of the European elections will be announced on Tuesday 11 June. And despite the fact that the decisions of the EP are advisory in nature, the voting results clearly make it clear the mood of voters, of whom there are more than 300 million in the EU.
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  1. +13
    9 June 2024 22: 40
    No matter who comes to power in Europe, nothing will change.
    1. +11
      9 June 2024 23: 10
      I disagree. Nationalist or Nazi movements that come to power will attack migrants and begin to expel them from countries. They will also limit the madness of the left, which has weakened their countries by making idiotic decisions. The time of a weak and soft Europe may be coming to an end, and the Nazis in power in Germany never meant anything good for Russia.
      1. +22
        9 June 2024 23: 16
        the Nazis in power in Germany never meant anything good for Russia.
        Modern right-wingers in Europe treat Russia adequately and are generally much more inclined to realpolitik than left-liberals - in general, sometimes they live in a parallel reality.
        1. -1
          10 June 2024 15: 59
          Quote: Bolt Cutter
          Modern right-wingers in Europe treat Russia adequately

          Before June 21, 1941, the Nazis treated the USSR much more adequately than, for example, the current leaders of Bulgaria and the Czech Republic treated Russia. At least Hitler did not put the Anti-Comintern Pact into effect and did not provide effective assistance to Japan when its army was bleeding to death at Khalkhin Gol.
          1. +2
            10 June 2024 16: 02
            Nazis to the USSR
            There are no Nazis among the European right at all; it would be more accurate to call them national democrats.
            1. -1
              10 June 2024 16: 59
              Quote: Bolt Cutter
              Nazis to the USSR
              There are no Nazis among the European right at all; it would be more accurate to call them national democrats.

              The NSDAP went off the rails on the crest of military and political successes, rather non-bloodthirsty. Perhaps the ADG and Le Pen, when they come to power, will mess up even more.
              1. +1
                10 June 2024 17: 00
                . Perhaps ADH and Le Pen come to power
                They have completely different political attitudes and goals.
                1. -1
                  11 June 2024 02: 15
                  Quote: Bolt Cutter
                  They have completely different political attitudes and goals.

                  And in my opinion, both Marie Le Pen and ADG are very close to classic Nazism. Today they oppose the Muslims, tomorrow they will oppose the Slavs, and the day after tomorrow they will start a war between Germany and France for the Saarland and Lorraine.
                  1. +1
                    11 June 2024 03: 23
                    Today they oppose the Muslims, tomorrow they will oppose the Slavs, and the day after tomorrow
                    Speculation in the style of “today he doesn’t eat bacon, tomorrow he will convert to Islam and the day after tomorrow he will blow up a plane” Yes . Both movements are reactionary, arose in response to the overstocking of countries with aggressive outsiders, which turned into continuous problems. And they are ready to take on solving these problems. You can imagine anything, but it’s hardly productive.
          2. -1
            11 June 2024 01: 22
            Nazis are always leftists.
            Incl. National Socialists in Germany
            1. -1
              11 June 2024 02: 17
              Quote: el_ninio163
              Nazis are always leftists.

              Hitler slaughtered the leftist storm troopers in his movement long before he decided to seriously terrorize Jews and Gypsies.
      2. +2
        10 June 2024 05: 44
        This scenario requires sovereignty. She's not there
        1. +1
          10 June 2024 11: 50
          Souhlasím s Alexem is vámi. Tyto volby jenom vyrovnali síly fašistických liberálních stran s cílem zničit ekonomicky Evropu se stranami tuto likvidaci Evropy zpomalit nebo zastavit. Ale není tam chuť fašistickou EU zrušit, protože její reforma je absolutně nemožná. Mnoho nových žádá reformu jen proto, že jsou u koryta zrovna oni a chtějí si užít pohádkových platů. Jak správně píše Evgeny, nebude tam velká chuť po suverenitě států EU, které dnes přijímají 80% zákonů s EU a každým rokem to přibývá. Ale alespoň se tento trend zastaví a zablokuje se federalizace Evropy, což by znamenalo úplný konec sovereignty jednotlivých států. Chybou je, že ve volbách málo uspěly pravé vlastenecké strany, které si přejí zánik EU. EU stačila zkorumpovat mnoho politiků, podnikatelů, umělců, novinářů a médií, kterým se žilo velmi dobře s fašistických dotací EU a proto je velmi těžké prosadit zdravý rozum. I když má máte v programu, není zaručené, že ve volbách uspějete.., jsme velmi zasaženi fašismem. A migranti s Afriky a Asie je velký plán USA na zničení a destabilizaci Evropy. Je mezi nimi mnoho vrahů a zločinců. Život ve velkých městech Evropy to hodně změnilo k horšímu.
          1. +4
            10 June 2024 11: 50
            I agree with Alexey and you. These elections merely pitted the forces of the fascist liberal parties for the economic destruction of Europe against the parties to slow down or stop this destruction of Europe. But there is no desire to abolish the fascist EU, because reforming it is absolutely impossible. Many newcomers are asking for reforms only because they are at the trough and want to enjoy fabulous salaries. As Evgeniy rightly writes, there will not be a big appetite for the sovereignty of EU states, which today adopt 80% of laws with the EU, and it is increasing every year. But at least this trend will stop and the federalization of Europe will be blocked, which will mean the complete end of the sovereignty of individual states. The mistake is that truly patriotic parties who want the EU to break up have not had much electoral success. The EU has been able to corrupt many politicians, businessmen, artists, journalists and media people who have lived very well off of fascist EU subsidies and so it is very difficult to impose common sense. Even if I include you in your program, it is not a fact that you will succeed in the elections... we suffered greatly from fascism. And migrants from Africa and Asia are a big US plan to destroy and destabilize Europe. There are many murderers and criminals among them. Life in major European cities has changed greatly for the worse.
      3. AAK
        -1
        10 June 2024 11: 35
        Likewise, regarding the CDU/CSU bloc, back in the USSR, in Krokodil, political cartoons were drawn as about the successors of the NSDAP cause, and the AfD turned out to be something like the “Steel Helmet” of the period of Weimar Germany... for us, there is nothing particularly pleasant from a possible reshuffle I don’t see any beds in a European brothel...
    2. -4
      10 June 2024 05: 38
      Quote: Hyperion
      No matter who comes to power in Europe, nothing will change.

      No matter who the US State Department puts in power in Europe, nothing will change.
    3. 0
      10 June 2024 07: 14
      Yeah, someone thought the same thing in 1932.
    4. +1
      10 June 2024 08: 10
      Quote: Hyperion
      No matter who comes to power in Europe, nothing will change.

      It will change and how. Now a political struggle will begin in Europe, over the budget, migrants, internal politics, they will not take much care of themselves
    5. +2
      10 June 2024 09: 59
      Quote: Hyperion
      No matter who comes to power in Europe, nothing will change.

      And if they try to start changes, the United States will continue to eliminate unwanted presidents.
  2. +10
    9 June 2024 22: 41
    This is a fiasco macron and booby laughing lol
    for the German "Greens"

    Apparently Greta was deprived of chastity... interest lost wassat
    1. -1
      9 June 2024 23: 11
      Quote from Enceladus
      Apparently Greta was deprived of her chastity...

      I'm afraid to ask how
      1. 0
        9 June 2024 23: 59
        Due to the uselessness - and the low rating of the abandoned ones.
      2. +8
        10 June 2024 00: 40
        The remaining Nord Stream pipe
        1. -2
          10 June 2024 08: 51
          Well, you don’t have a heating system, but some kind of passageway yard
      3. +2
        10 June 2024 04: 16
        A bad thing - a simple one... lol
        Quote: Vasilenko Vladimir
        I'm afraid to ask how

        1. +1
          10 June 2024 11: 35
          Quote from Enceladus
          A bad thing - a simple one... lol
          Quote: Vasilenko Vladimir
          I'm afraid to ask how

          Marvelous are your deeds, Lord!
    2. +2
      10 June 2024 09: 02
      Greta is not German, they have Annalena
      1. +3
        10 June 2024 09: 06
        Who cares (c)
        Quote: bugagich
        Greta is not German
        1. +2
          10 June 2024 11: 38
          Great movie! You could even say - historical, a true story about the dashing 90s that the States gave us. It's time to return the favor! am
          With interest! soldier
  3. +9
    9 June 2024 22: 45
    In France, Macron's party suffers a serious defeat from Marine Le Pen's party.
    If only businessmen don’t stand up for Macron again like in the last elections. recourse And other "circles" of interests request
    1. +4
      10 June 2024 00: 41
      Unlikely. Micron made nuclear war real. But business needs silence.
      1. +6
        10 June 2024 03: 19
        Well, some businessmen make good money from war. It’s ordinary business that needs silence, but those who rely on the military service for food need silence.
        1. 0
          10 June 2024 11: 42
          Quote from Alex
          Well, some businessmen make good money from war. It’s ordinary business that needs silence, but those who rely on the military service for food need silence.

          Klondike is when you work and can sell and spend, and not when at the last moment the picture “The Last Day of Pompeii” flashes before your eyes...
          1. -2
            10 June 2024 14: 30
            Klondike is when you work and can sell and spend, and not when at the last moment the picture “The Last Day of Pompeii” flashes before your eyes...

            Well, comrades Ivanov, Kuznetsov and other comrades will not agree with you.
            Armageddon, this is not a quick thing. It could take years.
      2. +3
        10 June 2024 06: 47
        Quote: pudelartemon
        Unlikely. Micron made nuclear war real. But business needs silence.

        Business needs movement.
        You are a little confused.
        "Money love silence" D. Rockefeller
  4. +8
    9 June 2024 22: 45
    I don’t know what course the new European government will take, but the current one is striving for a third world war. I don’t think that the people of Europe are ready to go counter-pop for no reason at all.
    1. +1
      9 June 2024 23: 55
      Who is stupid there, they don’t care at all about everything in the world, and those who are more cunning understand that their entire fascist West lives off the wars of terror of genocide around the world like a bloodsucker tick, if it is deprived of food it will die and fall off.
    2. -2
      10 June 2024 05: 43
      Quote: Village
      I don’t think that the people of Europe are ready to go counter-pop for no reason at all.

      You know, the people of Europe have already been prepared for this and there is nothing surprising in this. Let me remind you of 1941, when all of Europe ran after Hitler.
      1. -1
        10 June 2024 08: 59
        Europe ran after Hitler

        So she fled on pain of death, didn’t she?
        1. +1
          10 June 2024 12: 17
          Of course not. Take an interest in the number of volunteers from European countries who fought on Hitler's side. And the governments of European countries sent their troops to war with the USSR not out of fear of death, but out of fear of losing their position, their power and wealth.
  5. +10
    9 June 2024 22: 50
    Macron, Ursulikha, Borel... It’s better not to get into their snake tangle, but to wish our fighters in Ukraine to continue to beat Bandera’s nits.
    1. +8
      9 June 2024 22: 55
      Macron, Ursulikha, Borel... It’s better not to get into their snake tangle, but to wish our fighters in Ukraine to continue to beat Bandera’s nits.

      Right. The more successfully we beat Bandera’s evil spirits, the higher the ratings of the Western opposition to the current pro-American authorities.
  6. +2
    9 June 2024 22: 52
    Macron's retirement. Or let him go personally as a volunteer to fight in Ukraine..
  7. +1
    9 June 2024 22: 57
    I knew that Macron would dissolve the National Assembly of France, even when on D-Day part of this meeting gave a standing ovation to a drug addict and everyone was vouching for him. Damn the handshake with the Zee. Joke. Macron becomes the most dangerous - they offended him Napoleon. Until the end of his term , his presidency will be fun. And Scholz’s team has been crap and will continue to crap until the end of the term. They don’t need to call early elections. It’s good that throughout Europe young people have turned away from the green masochists.
    There was a small performance from the victims of the Holocaust, the youth, we did not pay attention to voting at the time, and then there was a knock on our door. Youth, repeat our mistakes, go and vote against the right and ultra-right. In Europe, why is this matter so bad - there will be pogoroms or is it just hysteria against those who are for national interests? And don’t forget, the EP will elect Ursulka for a second term, they might give her a ride, but nothing will change for us, we’ll look after the Pole.
    1. +3
      10 June 2024 00: 07
      Quote: tralflot1832
      And Scholz’s team has been crap and will continue to crap until the end of the term.

      Well, even Scholz will be thrown out tomorrow by a vote of no confidence, and he will be replaced by an even greater Russophobe Merz from the CDU/CSU.
      1. +2
        10 June 2024 00: 48
        Not a single party in Germany today can create a government alone - only through coalitions (for example, such ugly ones as now). So Mertz will have someone to balance him out. But the main elections in Germany will be held in September 2025. And the chances of getting a friendly government then are very significant. Maybe that’s why GDP doesn’t touch Germany for now. Bye!
        1. -1
          10 June 2024 00: 50
          Quote: pudelartemon
          So Mertz will have someone to balance him out.

          And who will balance him, Burbock or Strack Zimerman?
          1. +3
            10 June 2024 00: 54
            Zimmerman and his SDP will not get 5% at all and will not get anywhere. The Greens will also get an unenviable 10% and will not be in the government. And the Wagenknecht Union and/or AfD may serve as a counterweight
            1. +2
              10 June 2024 00: 58
              Quote: pudelartemon
              And the Wagenknecht Union and/or AfD may serve as a counterweight

              But these 2 parties will never get into the government.
              1. +1
                10 June 2024 01: 00
                Why so? The history of German parliamentarism has known not such miracles and unnatural coalitions. I hope that what we can agree on is the understanding that all politicians are prostitutes.
                1. +3
                  10 June 2024 09: 26
                  Quote: pudelartemon
                  all politicians prostitutes

                  You are repeating common philistine stupidity. Lenin, Stalin, De Gaulle, F. Castro, Che Guevara and many others were politicians, but they were not “prostitutes”
                2. +1
                  10 June 2024 15: 19
                  Quote: pudelartemon
                  Why so?

                  There is an order from Washington not to coalition with these parties, and all pocket parties in Washington declare at any election that they will not coalition with these parties.
                  1. -1
                    10 June 2024 15: 25
                    This means a dead end and a government cannot be created, and again new elections with unclear prospects, and so on ad infinitum... And the country becomes poorly governed and unstable. Well, propaganda tales of “Washington ordered” don’t really work, especially when it comes to the West’s favorite sacred cow, democracy.
                    1. +1
                      10 June 2024 15: 28
                      Quote: pudelartemon
                      This means there is a dead end and it is not possible to create a government and again new elections with unclear prospects and so on ad infinitum...

                      Well, why, in such cases, they create a so-called grand coalition.
  8. +2
    9 June 2024 23: 18
    Ruling parties in major EU economies suffer defeat in European Parliament elections

    nothing will change in relation to Russia, the Euro-Atlantic elites have taken deep roots and therefore we frankly don’t care which party gets more votes.
  9. +9
    9 June 2024 23: 18
    After Sarkozy there was Hollande - a “new politician”, he will be “different”, and at the same time he is “not Le Pen”. Hollande did not care about voters and followed the new liberal course. After Hollande there was Macron - a “new politician”, he will be “different”, and at the same time “not Le Pen”. After the elections, he naturally did not care about voters and continued to follow the new liberal course. Who will be the next Macron? If we see that by the elections the new candidate will gradually catch up with the right-wingers in the polls, and will almost catch up by the elections - this is an American method of rigging elections: the desired candidate, as if with the last of his strength, overtakes the favorite by “half a percent”, and the many who voted against are not so hurtful to the eyes , if it is recognized that there were a lot of them, but “just a little bit not enough.”
  10. +4
    9 June 2024 23: 20
    Marine Le Pen

    Madan quite confidently clapped for an expired student in an embroidered shirt during his visit to Paris, so again, it doesn’t matter what’s going on with them.
  11. +4
    9 June 2024 23: 45
    I agree with the comments on the news. For us as a whole, nothing will change, however, the more internal political struggle they have, the better for us.
  12. 0
    9 June 2024 23: 51
    They have always been fascists there and will always be, we must crush this abomination to the end.
  13. +5
    9 June 2024 23: 59
    I would like to wish them worsening problems on all fronts, including support for Ukraine, problems in the Middle East, with the Red Sea, with energy, and with Africa.
    It doesn’t matter to us anymore (and it didn’t matter) how they vote there.
    These are our enemies, and let us wish them plague with floods and fires.
    For the weapons and instructors already delivered to Ukraine.
  14. +4
    10 June 2024 00: 15
    As they say, if elections decided anything, they would have been canceled long ago..
  15. 0
    10 June 2024 00: 24
    Thus, in Germany, according to preliminary data, Olaf Scholz’s SPD is only in 3rd place with 14%.

    Judging by the chart, their number of votes decreased by only 1,8 percent.
  16. 0
    10 June 2024 02: 17
    Do you know why the Universe is expanding? Because there is so much NATO that it doesn’t even fit in space.
  17. +1
    10 June 2024 06: 52
    The Anglo-American influence in Europe is at an all time high. Left-Right-Center doesn't matter. European leaders must love their own people, instead of Anglo-American elites. Ukraine's & Taiwan's unconditional love for Anglo-Americans resulted in a huge disaster for their own countries respectively. Europe is always known for its individuality. Germany, France, Italy, Spain etc must protect their individuality, culture, language and heritage. Europeans must abandon Russophobia and Sinophobia. It's a trap. Anglo-Americans are shamelessly targeting two great civilizations - Russian and Chinese. They are targeting their culture, heritage and language. Tomorrow Anglo-Americans may target Germans, French or Italian civilizations. NATO is just a smoke-screen. It's just a marriage of convenience.
  18. +1
    10 June 2024 07: 13
    Here you have a repeat of the effect of 1932. You can’t humiliate the nation indefinitely, maybe it will wake up.
  19. +2
    10 June 2024 08: 23
    The Frenchman was clearly understood. they are not on the path with Macaron. (The path of war and economic destruction of the country.)
  20. 0
    10 June 2024 08: 58
    I would like to clarify whether early elections to local governments will actually be held in France? I haven't read about this anywhere. It seems that a decision has been made on early elections of the lower house. As far as I know the history of modern France, it is not customary to hold early elections of representative bodies at the municipal and regional level - municipalities, departments, regions.
  21. +2
    10 June 2024 10: 30
    Et la Marionnette Macron a même osé dire:
    "Ma seule ambition est d'être utile à notre pays que j'aime tant",
    Mais si, bien sur il nous aime!
    La preuve? Tous ces mots doux qu'il nous donne: “Analphabète” “Alcooliques” “fainéant” “Gaulois réfractaire” (même si ce dernier est pour moi un compliment) “ces connards” “les Riens”….Si ça ce n'est pas une preuve “d'amour”!! :-)
    And Macron’s puppet even dared to say:
    “My only desire is to be useful to our country, which I love so much,”
    But yes, of course he loves us!
    Proof ? All these sweet words that he says to us: “illiterate”, “alcoholic”, “idler”, “refractory Gall” (although the last one is a compliment for me), “these”, “nothing”....If this is not proof” love”!!:-)
  22. 0
    10 June 2024 11: 25
    We'll see... While there is a lot of noise and philistine euphoria around the European Parliament... One thing "warms" the soul of the Russian layman, that "an unsinkable gynecologist", again, "at the helm".... This means expecting sharp movements "right - left" - not expected, “Everything will be like under grandma...” - Emperor Alexander I....
  23. +2
    10 June 2024 11: 32
    If the EU collapses and civil war 2.0 breaks out in the States, then I will say with deep satisfaction - I saw everything!
  24. -1
    10 June 2024 11: 42
    As V.I. Lenin said, the essence of elections under capitalism comes down to the right of voters to choose a collar around their neck.
    Any election costs money. If you want to be elected, raise enough money - even Biden refused to go to the Sabbath in Bürgenstock in order to travel around the country in search of sponsors, and who are these sponsors? The largest monopolists, US analogues of the Russian Federation VTB, Sberbank, Yandex, Gazprom, Rosneft, Russian Railways, Rostec and similar natural monopolies and infrastructure enterprises.
    Apparently the ruling parties of the EU did not live up to the orders of their sponsors, who decided to invest in other parties like new people
  25. +2
    10 June 2024 18: 47
    Regardless of who rules there in Germany and France. Russia should focus on its allies - the army and the Aerospace Forces; for now we can keep silent about the fleet.