Lessons from France

The results of the French elections can be interpreted as a warning sign for the situation in Greece.

Most importantly, the low voter turnout tells us that polarization does not rally citizens as some like to claim. Instead, it pushes them away.

They also show us that a fragmented parliament does not help a representative democracy function better.

What a functioning democracy needs is stable governments and clear solutions.

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