Published at: 2015-01-16 11:31 | Author: CIJ Journal
What do you see as the most interesting political trend in the region in 2014?
In the first place there were a lot of elections across CEE, and they showed a recurring pattern, which is increasing the frustration of voters with political parties. This is starting to look like frustration with the political system as well. The turnout in the elections is down heavily, with the exception of Romania, but what’s more interesting is that voters are turning away from traditional political parties.
They’re looking for charismatic leaders or non-ideological parties. The non-ideo...

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