Unlike several member states, the populist, protest or anti-EU parties in Portugal have no electoral expression. Despite the period of crisis and economic stagnation that has witnessed the last three European Parliament elections, the national political system remains resistant to change and to populist Eurosceptic parties, as the vast majority of the electorate who cast their vote favour the older, more traditional, pro-European parties.
|Title of host publication||Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe|
|Subtitle of host publication||Views from the capitals|
|Editors||Michael Kaeding, Johannes Pollak, Paul Schmidt|
|Place of Publication||Cham|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|