Extreme Eurosceptic right-wing will definitively not achieve significant success in the ongoing European elections, said Dimitrije Milic, head of an NGO dealing with political analyses, adding that pro-European forces will remain dominant.
Speaking for N1, Milic said that the European Union is likely to focus on internal reforms in the post-election period and not on its enlargement.
Although many media outlets in the world but even in Serbia announce the triumph of the Eurosceptic right-wing, the election results in the countries whose citizens voted in the last days show that is definitively not going to happen, said Milic.
“The European People’s Party (EPP) and the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats will remain dominant, with the growth of the right-wing and the (political) centre,” he said.
Whoever wins, stressed Milic, the EU will now focus on internal reforms and this will leave no room for enlargement because “you do not exactly know what you’re integrating with.”
Countries in the region, according to him, are not carrying out the reforms essential for the membership in the Union with Serbia’s judiciary as an example of being far away from the Europan standards.