The last European elections were a setback for the Green parties in Europe, which recorded the heaviest defeats, often to the benefit of the far right. The Portuguese ecosocialist political party LIVRE, for its part, considers it essential that the dialogue between progressive and left-wing forces takes place in a time of great challenges for national and European democracy like the one we are facing.
In this sense, and to strengthen the channels of this dialogue, as it has defended since 2014, LIVRE invited the leaders of the Socialist Party, the Left Bloc, the Portuguese Communist Party and the People-Animals-Nature to come together to analyze the current political situation following the last elections to the European Parliament, and reflect on the next expected electoral meeting, namely the local elections of 2025.

“We believe that from these meetings, if accepted by the leaders of the remaining parties, points of convergence and perspectives will emerge on the paths to take to present progressive and egalitarian alternatives, focused on strengthening social and environmental justice and improving the living conditions of people who oppose the divisive policies and rhetoric that the far right has normalized with the support of the traditional right,” we can read on the party’s website.

It is worth noting that recent elections have been favorable to center-right and far-right parties, while being particularly difficult for the Liberals and Greens. The next five years will be crucial for Europe to achieve its 2030 climate targets, and the newly elected European Parliament will play an important role in guiding these efforts.

Billy Omeonga

Billy Omeonga graduated in Journalism and Creative Writing. I have a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. I am currently pursuing an MBA at the University of the People in the United States of America. I love activities that involve ideas and critical thinking. I am passionate about nature and protecting the environment. I believe in protecting our planet and its natural resources. I hate dishonest and pessimistic people. Honesty is an integral part of my view of the world and it is a value in which I strongly believe. I speak French and English fluently. In my free time, I like to read and play the piano. Also, I disapprove of the unreliability. I am a reliable person, so I expect a certain level of reliability from those I am reliable to.

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