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  1. These Are the Five Main Contenders to Be the Next French PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 19 | Bloomberg

    ... by his uncompromising positions against globalization and Western militarism. Melenchon was a member of the Socialist Party and even a government minister before quitting the party over what he saw as its pro-business policies. Nothing riles him ...

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  2. 'Trump' doesn't translate into DutchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 19 | The Washington Post

    ... his austerity policies, angering progressive voters. So while the more left-wing (and out-of-power) Socialist Party lost only one of its 15 seats, the PvdA collapsed to a mere 5.7 percent of the vote, and shed all but nine of its 38 seats. How much ...

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  3. With 11 presidential hopefuls, French voters disoriented by chaotic campaignRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 19 | Xinhuanet

    Eleven candidates will vie for the French presidency in the first round of voting in April, announced the President of the French Constitutional Council Laurent Fabius on Saturday, after the verification of the full list of political sponsorships. Beyond the uncertainties which always loom over potential voting outcomes, the campaign has already promised a reconfiguration of the political landscape in France.

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  4. Factbox - Candidates running for 2017 French presidential electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 18 | The Star Online

    Eleven people have received the 500 endorsements from elected officials needed in order to run in the first round of the French presidential elections on April 23. The top two will qualify for a run-off on May 7. Economics professor who runs for the far-left Trotskyist party. Wants the voice of the workers to be heard.

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  5. Five Facts About Europe's Big WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 17 | Time

    MARCH 16: Emile Roemer, leader of the Socialist Party; Party for Freedom leader Geert Wilders and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte attend a meeting of Dutch political party leaders at the House of Representatives to express their views on the formation of the cabinet, on March 16, 2017 in The Hague, Netherlands. It's been a big week for Europe; so big that it has the potential to shape the trajectory of the continent for years to come.

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  6. Another Strange French DisasterRead the original story

    Friday Mar 17 | Project Syndicate

    The "hunger games" aspect of this French election cycle began on the left. President FranA ois Hollande was brought down by his own Socialist Party.

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  7. Dutch election: Europe's far-right populists fail first testRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | YourErie

    Far-right populism in Europe failed its first test of 2017 when the nationalist firebrand Geert Wilders came a distant second in the closely-watched Dutch election. Conservative Prime Minister Mark Rutte claimed victory in The Hague Wednesday night, amid wild cheering and whistling from his jubilant supporters.

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  8. Dutch PM Rutte claims win over 'wrong kind of populism'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | Yahoo!

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Wednesday claimed a dominating parliamentary election victory over anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders, who failed the year's first litmus test for populism in Europe. Provisional results with over half the votes counted suggested Rutte's party won 32 seats in the 150-member legislature, 13 more than Wilders' party, which took only third place with 19 seats.

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  9. Who the Hell Would Vote for Le Pen?By Erin ZaleskiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | The Daily Beast

    ... Jean-Luc MA lenchon in the 2012 presidential elections, and proudly posted an image of a vintage Socialist Party poster on his Facebook account. Today, Rodriguez is 23 and the deputy director of the Front National de la Jeunesse (FNJ), the ...

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  10. Aux urnes, CitoyensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | MetaFilter

    Who will win the French presidential election ? According to current polls, center-left outsider Emmanuel Macron is likely to become the next French President , winning 60-65% of the votes against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, but many things could happen between now and April 23 . French presidential elections used to be a simple thing, decided by a run-off between the candidates of the two major parties.

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  11. Fragmentation in the NetherlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Real Clear Politics

    ... between Socialists, Labor, and Groenlinks, and with some moving over to the centrist D66. The hard-left Socialist Party disappointed with its 14-seat showing, a seat down from 2012. It was the second time the party underperformed in a general ...

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  12. Fillon Says His Job Isn't Always Fun as French Poll Numbers FallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Bloomberg

    In a normal French election year, Francois Fillon and Benoit Hamon would be addressing crowds of thousands in their campaigns against each other to be France's next president. Instead they found themselves Thursday speaking to a room of work experts at a French union.

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  13. Darrell Delamaide's Political Capital: Europe's elites shouldn't...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | MarketWatch

    ... from the tie at the expense of the French. In France, too, the collapse of the center-left party, the Socialist Party of outgoing President FranA ois Hollande, is fraught with consequences. In the Netherlands, some Labor Party supporters apparently ...

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  14. Far-right candidate Geert Wilders handed solid defeat in closely watched Dutch electionRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 16 | Canada.com

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Wednesday claimed a dominating parliamentary election victory over anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders, who failed the year's first litmus test for populism in Europe. Provisional results with over half the votes counted suggested Rutte's party won 32 seats in the 150-member legislature, 13 more than Wilders' party, which took only third place with 19 seats.

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  15. Dutch election shows tepid EU support beat fragmented protest votesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | Reuters

    While Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's election success was hailed as a victory for pro-European forces over the far-right, the result may reflect more the fragmentation of protest votes than the half-hearted support of the EU by mainstream parties. Rutte's stance on the European Union during his campaign was hardly a full-throated endorsement, summarised by his party as "less nonsense from Brussels, and only things that are in the Dutch interest."

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  16. Dutch leaders begin coalition talks after blow to anti-immigrant populistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Star-Progress

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, right, right-wing populist leader Geert Wilders, center, and Socialist Party leader Emile Roemer talk during a meeting of party leaders with the chairwoman of the parliament to discus first steps in forming a new dutch coalition government Thursday in The Hague, Netherlands. Dutch political parties were preparing Thursday to start what will likely be a long process of coalition talks after Prime Minister Mark Rutte's right-wing VVD easily won national elections, defying polls that suggested a close race with anti-Islam populist Geert Wilders.

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  17. Anti-EU Sentiment Has Collapsed Europe's Left, Clearing A Path For More EURead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | TheStreet.com

    The Dutch election failed to deliver a cataclysm but confirmed Europe's lurch to the right, and with that the likelihood of greater European integration. Holland's head of government will almost certainly be unchanged following Wednesday's election, but don't mistake that for business-as-usual.

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  18. Dutch elections: Not a populist revoltRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Al Jazeera

    Not a populist revolt American or British style, but fragmentation Israeli style. That is the result of March 15 elections the Netherlands.

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  19. Dutch election: Europe's far-right populists fail first testRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | WEHT

    Far-right populism has failed its first test in Europe this year after conservative party leader Geert Wilders came a distant second in the closely-watched Dutch election. Prime Minister Mark Rutte took to the stage in the Hague Wednesday night to claim victory, amid wild cheering and whistling from his jubilant supporters.

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  20. Dutch PM claims win over anti-Islam politician and 'wrong kind of populism'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Sunday Herald

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