BRUSSELS--Haggling began in earnest Wednesday among far-right and anti-European Union parties that have made big gains in recent elections, debating who would join forces with whom in the newly elected European Parliament.
Horse-trading over the coming weeks will determine whether these parties can translate their electoral successes into real power in the new legislature. Provisional results from the elections, which ended Sunday, indicate that far-right and anti-EU parties could hold around 140 out of 751 seats in t...
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