2014 European elections. History repeats itself? A brief overview of the Romanian case
Romania, has always been a contradiction per se if we take into consideration the differences between the size of its population (the seventh largest country in the EU), the number of the deputy seats it has (32) and the turnout for the European Parliament elections.
Follow-up article - Rising Populism and European Elections - by Mihai Sebe
Mihai Sebe is currently an expert within the Research and Training in European Affairs Unit, the European Institute of Romania and international relations coordinator within the ADO Romania NGO. With a Bachelor's Degree in Political Sciences in French Language and in Law he has obtained a PhD in Political Sciences at the University of Bucharest. His main areas of interest are political sciences, international relations, contemporary history of Europe and Romania, the history of the European idea as well as public law and the area of corporate social responsibility and intelligence, especially legal intelligence. You can access his papers on SSRN at: http://ssrn.com/author=1520605
He is the author of the research paper A brief overview of the Romanian case published in Rising Populism and the European elections. Collection of selected contributions, IED, 2014.