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Alliance for Europe of the Nations

List of Political Parties participating

at the A.E.N. meeting

on June, 25th - 26th 2002

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Brussels, room PHS 05B01

Albania

Albanian Republican Party

Czech Republic

Civic Democratic Party

Denmark

Danish People's Party

Estonia

Estonian People's Party

France

Rassemblement pour la France

Greece

LA.O.S. Popular Orthodox Herald

Israel

The Likud Party, The Israel Beitenu Party, The International Right Forum

Ireland

Fianna Fail

Italy

Alleanza Nazionale

Latvia

For Fatherland and Freedom/ LNNK

Luxembourg

Action for Democracy and Social Justice

Malta

Malta Conservative Party

Poland

National Conservative League

Portugal

CDS - Popular Party

Russia

Russian Democratic Party

Slovak

Republic Slovak National Party

New pan-European alliance of center right parties

A pan-European alliance of centre-right parties has been created to defend a new right agenda of non-federalist parties, in favour of a Europe of nation states. The Alliance for Europe of the Nations is composed of 16 parties from across EU and candidate countries, and has support from Russian President Vladimir Putin's party and The Likud party of Ariel Sharon in Israel. The Italian deputy Prime Minister, Gianfranco Fini stressed on Tuesday when he presented the launch of the new alliance that the people of Europe have elected centre-right governments as alternative to a long period of the Socialists building Europe. Europe's future is a federation of national states, and not a super state, Mr Fini told journalists in Brussels.

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