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Minorities still lack a strong voice in new European Parliament

Reuters Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Ethnic and racial minorities make up at least 10% of the EU's population but will hold just 5% of seats in the new European Parliament, leaving them under-represented at a time when nationalism, far-right rhetoric and hate speech is on the rise, rights advocates say.
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