Results have begun coming in across the European Union. Across the bloc, traditional center parties saw their support decline as Green parties reaped the rewards.
– Sunday was the last day of EU elections. 21 nations went to the polls.
– In Germany, the ruling center-right and center-left coalition saw its numbers fall to historic lows while the Green party surged to second place.
– Initial projections suggested that the populist wave had failed to make a major impact. The traditional centrist bloc that has been in power looked like it would not be able to hold.
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