Far-right’s influence fills EU election ballot boxes

It’s the world’s largest exercise in multi-national democracy, but getting voters to take part in European Parliament elections has never been easy. Turnout for the last election in 2014 saw nearly 60% of voters ignore the polls. But after enduring a migrant crisis that has revealed a profound moral and political divide and the Brexit referendum for the UK to leave the union, some voters see the May 23-26 election as their chance to put a limit on the success of nationalist, right-wing parties.