Recent polls in France show that the “Ferguson” movement, or “France’s secession from the European Union”, has been able to mobilize widely in the country and pave the way for a referendum on France’s exit from a unified Europe.
Eu leaders don’t hear good news these days!The collective mismanagement of European leaders on facing COVID-19 outbreak on the one hand, and the growth of nationalist and extremist desires among citizens of other European countries, have severely limited the maneuverability of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron.The realization of britain’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) and the disputes between Brussels and London have also made things much more complicated.What fate awaits the European Union?
The latest polls in France show that the “Frexit” movement, or “France’s separation from the European Union,” has been able to make a massive campaign in the country, paving the way for a referendum on France’s withdrawal from a United Europe.The poor performance of Emmanuel Macron’s government and the escalation of social, economic and political crises in France have led many citizens to seek to implement a model similar to “Brexit.”In the event that France’s exit from the Eu is getting real, another pillar of the European Union (after the UK) will collapse.But it won’t end at this point!
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in her final year in office, while Germans’ public approval of her performance and that of the German coalition government has plummeted. The German Christian Democrats (Merkel’s party) have suffered their worst defeat since World War II in a crucial local election. The announcement of the preliminary results of the local elections in the state of Baden-Württemberg has come as a shock to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her entourage. The election showed that this year (2021), after the end of Merkel’s long tenure in power, Germany will also become a weak player in the European Union and the eurozone. Under such circumstances, Berlin will largely lose its maneuvering power in the international system. What is certain is that we will now face a “weakened Europe” and, in the not-too-distant future, a “disintegrated Europe.”
It is important to note that during the coronavirus outbreak, some weaker members of the European Union (especially eastern European countries) clearly found that more powerful countries in the EUROPEAN Union did not care about issues such as the fair distribution of vaccines and masks within the geographical and political limits of a single Europe, and merely thought of increasing the power of their respective countries throughPre-purchases are COVID-19 vaccines.In such circumstances, the “European Union”, instead of the “focal point of power”, has become the “focal point of differentiation”It is a member of this complex among different countries.The collapse of the foundations of a single Europe has long begun, and now, during the coronavirus outbreak, it has reached its peak.The losers will be European leaders and traditional parties in the series (conservative and Social Democratic currents).They will experience the product of their unfair and empowering performance against the citizens and residents of Europe in the worst possible way. There does not seem to be much time left for the likes of Merkel and Macron to realize this nightmare.