NORDSCI Conference proceedings 2020, Book 2
THE RISE OF NEW POLITICAL PARTIES. A NICE STORY OR A STRONG FUTURE?
PhD Candidate, Emanuel-Ionuț Zanoschi
The current political scene is undergoing visible and often incomprehensible changes for the average person. The rise of new political forces is a topical issue, especially in the context of an ideological reconfiguration. Even if it is possible to play in a vast history, where ideological directions can be given, a specialist can observe that in several occasions the political parties go beyond their own ideological boundaries to attract more voters and retain power. There are a number of new political forces, built on the fight against corruption and the anti-system in several states of the European Union. They often do not have a clear ideology, consisting of a wide range of members who do not share the principles of a common ideology. Some emerged in response to the populist danger that seemed to grip the European Union ahead of the European Parliament elections on May 26, 2019. Is it a closed path or are we preparing for a new paradigm in shaping political ideologies? I will try to give an answer in this article by going on a case study in Romania, regarding the last configurations of political parties. Is there a need to have a clear ideology, doctrine or do the voters need to have a simple set of principles to support?
political parties, ideology, power, doctrine, European Parliament
NORDSCI International Conferece 2020, Book 2, Conference Proceedings, ISSN 2603-4107, ISBN 978-619-7495-14-0, THE RISE OF NEW POLITICAL PARTIES. A NICE STORY OR A STRONG FUTURE?, 163-170 pp, DOI paper 10.32008/NORDSCI2020/B2/V3/15