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American-style primaries would breathe life into European elections

By Tom Spencer  -  22.04.2004 / 00:00 CET
THE European election will be overshadowed by enlargement of the EU and the adoption of the European constitution. By comparison with the dramatic struggle in America – nasty, brutish and long – the European Parliament elections will be made to look short, humdrum and irrelevant.
 

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