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Populism

‘Satirical’ German Party Uses Names of Former Nazis on Election List

The German ‘satire’ party Die Partei (The Party) has released a European Parliament candidate list featuring the surnames of former Nazi leaders, claiming they hope that populist supporters will vote for them to take votes from the Alternative for Germany (AfD).

Members of the satirical political party "Die Partei" display placards urging "Terrourists" to go home, during a protest at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate on August 15, 2013. The party, whose chairman Martin Sonneborn co-publishes Germany's best known satirical magazine Titanic, aims to liven up the otherwise dull parliamentary elections with campaign …

Danish Populist: Eurosceptic EU Alliance Can Have Influence

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — A senior member of a Danish anti-immigration party said Friday he hopes a new right-wing alliance “can have real influence on European policy for the first time ever” after next month’s European Parliament elections.

Head of France’s National Rally Marine Le Pen, centre, walks with Denmark politician Soeren Espersen, right who is chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee, during a visit to Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen, Denmark, Friday April 26, 2019. (Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix via AP)