Fidesz and the rest of the V4 become marginalised in their political narrative and lose their so-far uniting ideological platform. The EPP takes over its agenda by committing itself to defend a “European way of life”.
- The EPP shifts to the right and adopts the anti-immigration agenda with a slight mix of anti-EU and anti-migrant sentiments.
- Central European eurosceptics are deprived of a major part of their European platform.
- Fidesz is expelled from the EPP and becomes an insignificant voice in the EU.
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Visegrad Insight 2 (14) 2019
European Parliamentary #Futures
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