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Author Topic: Acces Threshhold challenged legaly also in Italy after Germany=> Elsewhere too?  (Read 3938 times)
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« on: May 10, 2014, 12:36:32 AM »



A 3% Threshhold for Acces to MEPs' seats in EU Parliament has just been contested legaly in Italy, where a Venice Court referred the matter to the Country's Constitutional Court, (after its previous ruling thwarting a similar obstacle in the National Elections), for a decision which could be taken before the European Elections of the End of May.

The move comes shortly after the German Constitutional Court notoriously droped the 5% Threshold which existed traditionaly in the German Elections., both National and European.

=> Will such a wave of Change - which allowes to various New Parties to emerge, but diminishes political Stability- extend also to other EU Member Countries, including f.ex. in Hungary, (where a 4% Threshhold avoided the Socialist Party's quasi-Total Implosion, by pressing some smaller grouplets to form a "multi-fruti" coalition with them, obtaining a LImited but  not negligeable number of votes), etc. ? 
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