RikH 5pts 1. Spain is in stalemate. If serious problems would arise it will be in severe problems itself. You can move through a no-government period, but only when no real problems happen and decisions are required.2. Renzi is a goner one way or the other. He simply survives on having no real issues to face. Most likely successors anti-EU or EU-criticals. Could well end up in a referendum.3. It will again be a wake up call, but unlikely that LePen will win the election. But country will be ven more difficult to govern. Very likely until it runs into a wall, but it will take at least a few more years for that. Unless the EU implodes which is not unlikely for other reasons.4. Wilders will be by far the biggest party in Holland, but not likely become part of the next government. However similar as in France things are clearly and structurally into the direction of a disaster for the traditional parties (and with that the EU).5. Germany depends if a lot more EU-related problems arise before the next election or not. If so you will need 3 traditionals to form a majority government, if not CDU/CSU plus SPD will just get a majority. Merkel put FDP back in play and put AfD on the map, so she has basically Effed the CDU (especially as there is no successor and she runs out of benefits from the Schroder reforms).6. Who cares what is happening in Hungary.