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China could benefit from rise of extreme left and right parties in Europe elections: report

May 28, 2024 View Original Article
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    10% Center

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    80% ReliableGood

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    10% Center

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43% : Photo: AFP>While the report is not linked with EU institutions, Karaskova is a former adviser on Chinese government disinformation strategies to the European commissioner for values and transparency, Vera Jourova.
42% : Rising support in Europe for political extremes could water down the EU's increasingly hardline approach towards China, with parties from the far-left and far-right predicted to make sizeable gains in next month's European Parliament elections.
38% : "The report fingers two Irish lawmakers in particular as pushing most actively against anti-China policies and resolutions.
36% : "These amendments have called for promoting dialogue and cooperation with China, criticised the EU for adopting a confrontational policy that allegedly seeks to interfere with and destabilise China, and advocated for respecting the one-China principle.

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