The largest European parties have now published their campaign manifestos ahead of the European Parliament elections in May (with the exception of the Eurosceptics and Conservatives, neither of whom will be putting forward an official policy platform). The European Left have chosen Alexis Tsipras to be their candidate for President of the European Commission, and they recently formally adopted their election manifesto.
As part of our coverage in the run-up to the May elections, today we’ll be looking at the Radical Left manifesto in detail. So, what does the European Left stand for? We’ve taken some of the main points from their manifesto and presented them in the infographic below (click for a bigger image). There’s much more in the manifesto itself, but these are some of the policies that stand out:
Do YOU agree these should be the top priorities for Europe? Then show your support for the European Left by voting for the Radical Left in our Debating Europe Vote 2014! Or if you think the Radical Left are wrong check the other parties’ position in our “Get to know the parties!” section and vote for the one that represents you best!