A cross Europe, all countries now have populist parties engaging in political activities. But the adjective “populist” is unfortunately ambiguous and ultimately reveals a subjective opinion bordering on prejudice.  It would be more appropriate and correct to refer to them as radical or anti-establishment parties, whose political aspirations are clearly at odds with those of more long-standing political entities.

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