The 2014 European Parliament election was a breakthrough moment for radical parties on the left and right. The Alternative for Germany, the Sweden Democrats and Spain’s Podemos all won their first seats that year. And Syriza from Greece won six seats, up from one in 2009.
Since then, more than 100 new parties have been created in EU countries — some of which are set to send their first members to the European Parliament after voters head to the polls in May.
Who will break out in 2019? Here is POLITICO’s guide to the new parties to watch.