The Republikon Institute has recently conducted its monthly public opinion poll for the second time. The survey was conducted in days both preceding and succeeding the Brussels attacks, on a sample representative from the aspects of gender, age, level of education and type of settlement.
We are witnessing the EU’s declining normative influence in three levels: inner circle of membership, middle circle of prospective members and outer circle of neighbourhood, and is expressed in the primacy of hard core economics, the weaker promotion of democracy, the inefficient political conditionality and the gradual realisation that illiberalism is becoming a threatening part of several national competitive politics.
Recent developments in Hungary and Romania have prompted a question that once would have been considered fanciful at best: could there be a dictatorship inside the European Union?
The coalition of many non-governmental and students organizations including members of 4liberty.eu network: Civil Development Forum, Liberté! and Project: Poland has launched the campaign against the nationalization of Polish pensions funds.
We wish to reveal the fact that rising Euroskepticism is threatening the achievements of European integration and weakening the cooperation of the states coping with economical and social issues.