Interview on the 2019 Spanish parliamentary elections.
By Antti Kaihovaara (University of Helsinki)
As the last votes were counted on Sunday evening, the progressive parties had most reasons to celebrate. After four years in opposition, the support for the Social Democrats, the Left Alliance and the Greens increased by over five percentage points in total. The Social Democrats came up top by grasping […]
By Juli Minoves-Triquell (University of La Verne and CIDOB-Barcelona)
Andorra has term limits for Prime Ministers; they cannot run more than twice. With the end of the second term of Antoni Marti of Demòcrates per Andorra (DA, center-right) who had ruled with parliamentary majorities two full terms, elections were foreseen to be competitive. Seven national parties […]
Visiting lecture at Masaryk University (Brno) on the “Money in Politics”.
Presenting on the “Causes and Consequences of Polarisation” at the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) Annual Conference (Tbilisi).
Observer at the “Grassroots Engagement, Communication and Social Media” Seminar organised by the African Leadership and Democracy Centre in collaboration with the Westminster Foundation of Democracy and the Conservatives in Marrakech (Morocco).