Which are the European parties that doesn't want Albania in EU

Which are the European parties that doesn't want Albania in EU

 Often times, the Prime Minister Edi Rama has justified the stagnation of Albania's road to the EU with the intern problems of the Union and with some winds against EU. In fact, from a certain standpoint he is right. 

There is no longer the European mood that closed a an eye for the countries with problems like ours, in the case of Bulgaria or Romania. On the one hand, the coming to power of liberal democracies such as Viktor Orbani in Hungary or Kazinski in Poland has increased the fears of enlargement. Also, has grown the pressure on the traditional parties and as the result of the weight that occupy the extremist and xenophobic parties in the parliaments of their countries that are getting stronger and stronger since the 2008 crisis.

Who are they and what is their power in the respective countries?

Lapsi.al has made a review of the map of the old continent to identify those who are "our enemies" because they are opposed to EU enlargement and often supporting its disintegration, being anti-immigrants, anti-Muslims and anti-expansion.

AfD - Alternative for Germany - directed by Alexander Gauland and Alice Weidel.

AfD - Alternative for Germany - directed by Alexander Gauland and Alice Weidel.

It was the surprise of the last German election, where took 94 chairs from 709 that numbered the German parliament. It was founded in 2013 as an initiative initiated by intellectuals and conservative professors who claimed that Merkel's CDU had abandoned family and Christian values. Though refuses to be called an anti-European party, has voiced openly about the demolition of the eurozone.

Nacional Front, France, Marine Le Pen

Nacional Front, France, Marine Le Pen

Mary Le Pen, who inherited the party from her father, Jean Marie le Pen, achieved a historic of 34% France elections, where came in second round in front of the current president, Emanuel Macron, and ranks ahead of the traditional parties as the right-wing UMP and the Socialists. In a French electoral system designed to hinder its expansion has six MPs and one senator, while in the European Parliament 17 are elected.

Mateo Salvini, the Northern League of Italy

Mateo Salvini, the Northern League of Italy

The Northern League achieved a good result in the recent elections in Italy and entered into a coalition with Silvio Berlusconi's party. Involved in the moments of the discussions on the forming the new government in Rome, its leader is known for strenuous stances such as that of the separation of Milanese from migrants. He never ceases provoking and usually the prey of these provocations are the emigrants.

PVV, Geert Wilders, Hollade

PVV, Geert Wilders, Hollade

In the spring of 2017, the Dutch populist Geert Wilders failed to win the election in which he was the main favorite of the polls. Unlike many other Conservatives Geert Wilders is progressive in relation to women and homosexuals, but he is well-known for his almost violent suggestions against Islam. During the campaign he had promised the ban on the Quran and mosques construction in the Netherlands. It is one of the pillars of the far-right group in the European Parliament.

Harald Vilimsky, FPÖ, Austria

PVV, Geert Wilders, Hollade

His FPÖ party is the force that has achieved the greatest success from the other right-wing European parties in Austria. Since October it is part of a government coalition led by Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz and has available portfolios like the Vice Chancellor and the Defense Minister. The general secretary of this party, MEP Harald Vilimsky, has to face its story that stems from neo-Nazis. Initially, they were for the non-existence of the Austrian state and extremely anti-Semitic.
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