Thursday, May 26, 2016

Growing Majority Fed Up With Policies of #EU

Austria, driven by fears of immigration, weak economic growth, and high unemployment, nearly elected a far right head of state. This suggests a growing majority fed up with the policies of the EU, a largely unelected body governing from Brussels. Frustration will grow as the European economy enter liquidation in 2017.

Headline: Far right narrowly defeated in Austrian presidential election

Austria came close to becoming the first European Union country to elect a far-right head of state as postal ballots on Monday decided a knife-edge presidential vote in favor of the anti-immigration candidate's environmentalist opponent.

The results were awaited nervously by governments across Europe, where populist anti-immigration parties have surged over the past year on concerns over a refugee influx, continued weak economic growth and high unemployment.



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