Which European Countries Are the Most Politically Fragmented?

MIN READMay 3, 2019 | 09:00 GMT

A German Federal Bank employee holds a flood-damaged five-euro banknote with the broken symbol of the European Union at the counterfeit analysis center in Mainz, Germany, on July 15, 2013. Recent election results suggest that the political landscape in several European countries is fragmenting. This fragmentation will make general elections harder to predict and slow the formation of new governments.


Recent votes show that the Continent's politics are more divided than ever. That's only going to make general elections more difficult to predict and impede the formation of new governments....

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