What the European Elections tell us about other European Countries: Part One
21 May 2019
Exclusively for the Byline Times, Arnold le Goeuil has been talking to journalists across Europe to see what the EU elections tell us: here about Eurosceptic Italy, Austria, Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary
What the European Elections tell us about other European Countries: Part Two
What the EU Elections Mean in ITALY – A Quiescent Left but Fragmented Right
Journalists from Italy Europe share their view on what the political future could look like. Arnold Le Goeuil talks to Lucas Misculin, Europe Editor at Il Post.it and Debora Aru Data journalist.
What the EU Elections Mean in AUSTRIA
Journalists from Austria share their view on what the political future could look like. Arnold Le Goeuil talks to Fabian Schmidt – Journalist at Der Standard and Moritz Moser from the Addendum group
What the EU Elections Mean in POLAND and the CZECH REPUBLIC – the Right under Pressure
Arnold Le Goeuil talks Czech journalists and to Stanisław Skarżyński – Gazeta Wyborcza’s correspondent in the UK and a reporter with The Oxford Mail about what the political future could look like.
What the EU Elections Mean in HUNGARY – Orban’s Illiberal Democracy in Control
Arnold Le Goeuil talks to Viktória Serdült at Journalist at HVG.hu and discovers Hungary is pro-EU but that Orban dominates and the independent media are at risk.
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