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  • Belgian Federal Government: From ‘Crisette’ to Crisis

    Political turmoil in Belgium   If you were planning on launching a public affairs or communications campaign in Belgium this week, you may want to hold off. Recently, the mainstream Belgian media landscape has been holding its breath over the political impasse and the survival of the federal government. What the Belgians earlier this week…

  • The Countdown to the 2019 European Elections Begins

    While this week has all been about the US mid-terms, here in Europe the European Parliamentary campaign has stepped up a gear with the selection of the EPP candidate this week.   FTI Consulting Brussels has published an infographic explaining why the elections in May 2019 are important for the #Tech sector. What’s left on…

  • U.S. Election Results: Our Day-After Analysis

    After one of the longest, most volatile, and arguably most contentious presidential campaigns in modern American history, FTI Consulting developed detailed Day-After Analysis Reports regarding the U.S. election, providing an overview of the new balance of power and insights into the first 100 days of new leadership: U.S. Election Analysis; The First 100 Days &…

  • Lithuanian Parliamentary Elections – Here We Go Again, Peasants and Greens This Time…

    Lithuania elected its new Parliament (Seimas) on Sunday. The results are quite unexpected but not surprising at the same time. The winner is again a new party that promised to ‘save’ the country and eliminate all of its systemic problems (like emigration, poverty and social exclusion). The Lithuanian Peasants and Greens party (Lietuvos valstiečių ir…

  • Spanish General Elections – Political Deadlock Remains

    After six months of political deadlock, Spaniards headed to the polls on Sunday 26 June for an unprecedented repetition of the general elections. The truth is that little has changed since the December ballot that left the country without an elected government. The conservative Partido Popular (PP) has won most votes and increased the number…

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