Eurofile :: Euroskeptism on the rise?
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Eurofile:: Euroskeptism on the rise in the old continent? Hosted by Alicja Baczynska, with Veronika Joy
Rioting broke out last Sunday, as Poland celebrated Independence Day. Rioting has also been seen lately in other cities in Europe, including Athens and Madrid.
Participants of an anti-fascist demonstration on Poland's Independence Day 11.11.2012 PAP/Bartłomiej Zborowski
In this week’s edition of our European magazine:
• Poland and Portugal spearheaded the Friends of Cohesion meeting at the European Parliament
• Newly elected Ukrainian authorities look at Poland as a loyal supporter of the country’s hopeful road to the EU
• Eurozone finance ministers will give Greece two extra years to meet debt-reduction targets
Alicja Baczynska hosts the program.
Rioting broke out last Sunday, as Poland celebrated Independence Day, when a group of nationalists, holding “down with the EU” banners threw bricks and flares at police, who responded with rounds of tear gas. Rioting has also been seen lately in other cities in Europe, including Athens and Madrid. So is an anti-EU sentiment growing in EU countries? Veronika Joy reports.