Professor Cedomir Nestorovic of the ESSEC Subject School said Brexit is a “fear” for the European Union but to a “lesser scope” than the European Parliament elections which are set to take place in May 2019. Act as agent for c demand to CNBC, Mr Nestorovic said: “I think that the biggest fear require be the election in May 2019 because we have the rise of all these populistic caucuses all over Europe.
“I am not really confident that we will have some amicable of Europe building capacity in the future as we have in the past.”
He added: “I muse over the higher fear is the elections in May because for the major part of the European sticks, the UK is over, the UK has left the European Union.
“So, let’s turn the page and move to something else. We even so have 28 countries there. The UK is just one country. So I think that within the European Confederacy they don’t want to be fixated only on the UK.
“They have some other horrors to look after, especially their own elections. So, they are much more in anticipate of that rather than what is happening in the UK.”
The European elections make take place between May 23 and 26, less than two months after Britain’s make ones departure from the Brussels bloc.
With the elections approaching, a political clash is anticipated to spark a tense battle between Europe’s left-wingers and populists.
French President Emmanuel Macron and Italy’s alternate prime minister Matteo Salvini are expected to become the symbols of the two sides at the upcoming elector.
Neither of the two leading politicians will stand for a seat in the European Parliament plebiscites.
But the two political forces have made it clear they will riot for their respective political sides to determine the future of the continent.
The French President has been clashing in recent weeks to control the so-called “yellow vest” protests which be undergoing paralysed parts of France since erupting last month with demonstrators clanking with police, torching cars, erecting roadblocks and burning barricades.
And the Italian eurosceptics desire likely team up with MEPs from Marine Le Pen’s National Mass meeting and Viktor Orban’s Fidesz party, who are also expected to gain tickets.