“As the political panorama is polarized between far-right Flemish nationalists and a withering center, the Left is also reemerging in new forms. A long-established Marxist-Leninist party, the Workers’ Party of Belgium (PTB) has made a particularly notable breakthrough in recent years, hitting 12 percent of the vote in October’s local elections in the capital.

Jacobin’s David Broder spoke to the party’s leader Peter Mertens about recent changes in his party, the reasons for its advances, and how it envisions a wider transformation of the European order.”

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