The Geopolitical Significance of the European Democracy

In a few weeks, millions of European citizens will participate in a significant democratic exercise by casting their votes. Some may view this event merely as a duplication of domestic polls, an insight into the voting preferences of the national electorate. This view is mainly inward-focused, failing to recognize the broader importance of the upcoming election as a crucial moment for the Union itself. 

The current international landscape is marked by an increase in the proliferation of aggressive behaviors among political actors, with which the EU must confront.  

The future Parliament, as a cornerstone governing body of the Union, will face challenges different from those encountered in the past. Moreover, a Parliament elected by a substantial majority of European citizens will be well-equipped to address the pressing issues of the present. What are these challenges? 


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