Germany: the AfD group, 'The Soberanists', would join SALF

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According to information from Der Spiegel, the German far-right party Alternative for Germany (AfD) is ready to launch its new group in the European Parliament next week, called “The Sovereignists”. This new bloc will include far-right parties from several European countries, and could have a significant impact on European Union politics and French elections, and would include Spanish representation.

Group composition

The group “The Sovereignists” It would initially be composed of 34 members from 7 different states.s, thus meeting the requirements to form a parliamentary faction in the EU. Below is the distribution of members by country, party and a brief description of each one:

Germany - Alternative for Germany (AfD, 15 eurodip.):

Founded in 2013, it is a eurosceptic and nationalist party that opposes mass immigration and European integration. He has gained support in Germany for his anti-immigration rhetoric and criticism of euro policies.

Poland – Konfederacja (6 eurodip):

It is a coalition of far-right parties in Poland that includes nationalists, libertarians and Catholic conservatives. It promotes an anti-EU, anti-LGBT agenda and defends traditional Polish values.

Spain - The Party is Over (SALF, 3 eurodip.):

An emerging far-right party in Spain that advocates national sovereignty, strict immigration control and the 'fight against corruption'. It is led by the agitator Alvise Pérez.

France - Reconquête! (1 eurodip.):

Founded by Éric Zemmour, this far-right party focuses on the defense of French identity, the restriction of immigration and opposition to Islamism. Zemmour is known for his inflammatory rhetoric and his vision of a traditionalist France.

Greece - Νiki (1 eurodip.):

A Greek far-right party that promotes Hellenic nationalism, opposes immigration and advocates the preservation of Greek culture and identity.

Bulgaria - Vazrazhdane (3 eurodip.):

A Bulgarian nationalist party that opposes European integration, defends national sovereignty, and promotes policies against immigration and foreign influence in Bulgaria.

Romania - SOS România (2 eurodip.):

A far-right party in Romania that advocates leaving the EU, defending traditional Romanian values ​​and restricting immigration.

Hungary - My Házank Mozgalom (1 eurodip.):

Founded in 2018, this far-right Hungarian party focuses on Hungarian nationalism, opposition to immigration, and criticism of the EU and its policies.

Slovakia - Republika (2 eurodip.):

A far-right Slovak party that promotes national sovereignty, opposes European integration, and defends strict immigration policies and traditional Slovak values.

Impact on the European Union

The creation of this far-right group in the European Parliament could upset the balance of power within the EU. “The Sovereignists” will probably promote a Eurosceptic agenda, opposing European integration and advocating nationalist policies. This new bloc will seek to influence European legislation, especially in areas related to national sovereignty, immigration and economic policy.

Influence on the French elections

The inclusion of Reconquête!, the party led by French politician Éric Zemmour, signals a possible influence on France's next electoral cycle. Zemmour, known for his radical positions and anti-immigration rhetoric, could use his participation in “The Soberanists” to bolster his platform and attract voters disaffected with mainstream politics. Alliances with other European far-right parties could provide greater visibility and resources in his campaign.

Future perspectives

With the formation of “Los Soberanistas”, the AfD and its allies seek to consolidate their presence and power in the European Parliament. This movement reflects an attempt to unite far-right forces in Europe, with the aim of exerting greater influence on the continent's politics. However, it could also lead to greater polarization and resistance from other political groups and EU member states.

Next week will be crucial to observe how this initiative develops and what reactions it provokes among European leaders and citizens. 

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