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About Stelios Tzagkarakis

Stylianos Ioannis Tzagkarakis is a PhD candidate at the Department of Political Science in the University of Crete, who holds an MA in political analysis and political theory (2010). He is a researcher at the Centre for Human Rights and of the Centre for Political Research and Documentation of the Department of Political Science of the University of Crete researching into social vulnerability and social policy (most notably: NEETs-identification of the social vulnerable group of young people, 15-24 years old, not in education, employment or training in Greece). 

 

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Greek modern populism in its European context

The new composition of the European Parliament after the elections in 2014 is expected to be rather different. It is estimated that the number of anti-Europeans and Eurosceptics will increase from around 100 to around 200 MEPs in a total of 751 seats, reinforcing the presence of radical parties.

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