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AFD

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Federico Maffini

on 7 May 2014

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Transcript of AFD

Alternative fuer Deutschland - AFD
Mr. Niegel Farage
UK Independence Party - UKIP
• She doesn't want ECR to ally with AfD

• She is still angry because Cameron's party left the pro-federalist EPP
Mrs Merkel
Mr. Martin Callanan
European Conservative and Reformists -
ECR
EU ELECTIONS
22-25 May 2014

• UKIP will rather ally with the National Front
Marine Le Pen
THE ANTI-EUROPEAN QUESTION
The role played by the crisis
People Involvement
Mr. Bernd Lucke
• Anti-euro but not anti-EU
• Pro European unity
• Moderate Europsceptics
UK leaving the EU is the worst possible scenario
• Cameron founded the party leaving the EPP
• They were holding secret agreements with AfD
• Conservative
• Anti-federalist
• Eurosceptic
• The Eurozone crisis matters to voters

• Brussels politicians will be replaced and renewed


NO ALLIANCE
ALLIANCE
Debating
Is it really a good solution being
eurosceptic
mainly because of the crisis or the disinformation?
How could things work in other ways besides "Europe"? Isn't it too late to give up with the Euro project?
THE ANTI-EUROPEAN QUESTION
Europhiles have two nightmares:
1. the turnout will drop even further
2. strong backlashes against Europe
- Laws are too complex
- Power is too spread
- No sense of common political identity

Eurosceptics parties could gain even more power

The crisis could either:
- Lead people to vote in order to "change things"
- Lead people to think Europe is useless, and so is voting
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