Poland’s presidential election run-off on Sunday is too close to call as far right incumbent Andrzej Duda seeks a second term. We look at the politics behind the election
Poland’s far right Andrzej Duda will go into the second round in the presidential election with an increased vote, while the fascist vote has also risen sharply. And in France, the municipal elections have produced one key gain but otherwise mixed results for the cleaned-up fascists of the Rassemblement National, formerly the Front National.
Slovakia’s nazi and ultranationalist parties have suffered a significant setback in the country’s general election.
EYEWITNESS: fascists lead huge demo on Poland’s independence day, with Jewish and LGBT people key targets
This year’s demo came in the wake of gains for the far right in Poland’s elections, boosting the confidence of the fascist groups behind the annual march.
Full country by country guide to fascism and the far right in Europe – completely revised for 2019. Includes elections table
UPDATED: 8.20pm with final election results