Dutch politician Geert Wilders and France's Marine Le Pen want to leave the EU
Could the Netherlands leave the EU next?
Far-right politician Geert Wilders has vowed to call a Dutch referendum on EU membership if he wins the election next month.
He said: “The European Union is a political bureaucratic organisation that took away our identity and our national sovereignty.
“So, I would get rid of the European Union and be a nation-state again."
The leader of the anti-Islam Party for Freedom (PVV) is leading in the polls ahead of the election on Wednesday March 15.
But even if Mr Wilders wins the election, the other Dutch political parties would not be willing to form a Government with him.
If he cannot form a Government, he will not become Prime Minister and will not get the power to call a referendum as promised.
After the Brexit victory, he said: “The Dutch population deserves a referendum as well.”
"Only the PVV has taken a clearly pro-Nexit stance," a team of Deutsche Bank analysts said in a note.
Could France leave the EU next?
Marine Le Pen has promised to hold a referendum on France’s membership of the EU if she wins the election this Spring.
The right-wing populist, who leads the Front National, has long called for France to leave the EU and has even dubbed herself Madame Frexit.
Earlier this month she softened her stance by saying that Europe should retain a common currency, the euro, in parallel to the French franc.
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“I want a national currency with the euro as a common currency,” Le Pen said on BFMTV.
Ms Le Pen stormed ahead in the latest poll with 25 per cent support ahead of the first round of the French election in April.
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But the polls show that she is expected to lose the second round of voting – a run-off with one other candidate – in May.
"In many ways, all this is reminiscent of the run-up to Brexit," said a Commerzbank note.
"At that time the then-British (Prime Minister David) Cameron wanted to negotiate with the other EU members to obtain more leeway for the UK, and put the result to a referendum.
“However, Marine Le Pen is likely to achieve even less than Cameron in this respect, and France leaving the EU would have far greater repercussions than Brexit.”
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Could Greece leave the EU next?
Long before the term Brexit was coined, there were fears of a Grexit – Greek exit from the EU – due to the financial crisis in Greece.
A potential Grexit is once again on the cards after the IMF delayed the decision over Greece’s third bailout package of 86 billion euros.
Eurozone finance ministers are demanding more austerity from Greece to achieve a budget surplus and make its debt level more manageable, according to the Commerzbank note.
“The Greek government is not playing ball, though. Since the two positions are irreconcilable, another crisis seems to be in the offing," it added.
"It will no doubt end with the necessary compromise between the parties concerned, but given the very different standpoints, matters will probably have come to a head first.”
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