Across the continent, parties that have traditionally been outside the mainstream consensus are challenging the status quo and fragmenting political systems. But Europe’s insurgent parties are hardly monolithic. They come from both left and right, and they have differing attitudes toward the European Union.
DENMARK | DANISH PEOPLE’S PARTY
BULGARIA | PATRIOTIC FRONT
ESTONIA | CONSERVATIVE PEOPLE’S PARTY
ITALY | FIVE STAR MOVEMENT
LATVIA | SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC “HARMONY”
LATVIA | NATIONAL ALLIANCE
SWEDEN | SWEDEN DEMOCRATS
SLOVAKIA | FREEDOM AND SOLIDARITY
SLOVAKIA | SLOVAK NATIONAL PARTY
LITHUANIA | ORDER AND JUSTICE PARTY
GREECE | INDEPENDENT GREEKS
Note: (*) Only lower-chamber seats and totals are provided for bicameral legislatures.
Source: European Council on Foreign Relations
(Samuel Granados/The Washington Post)
FRANCE | FRENCH COMMUNIST PARTY