Wednesday

18th Oct 2017

Alliance for Europe of the Nations

List of Political Parties participating

at the A.E.N. meeting

on June, 25th - 26th 2002

Thank you for reading EUobserver!

Subscribe now for a 30 day free trial.

  1. €150 per year
  2. or €15 per month
  3. Cancel anytime

EUobserver is an independent, not-for-profit news organization that publishes daily news reports, analysis, and investigations from Brussels and the EU member states. We are an indispensable news source for anyone who wants to know what is going on in the EU.

We are mainly funded by advertising and subscription revenues. As advertising revenues are falling fast, we depend on subscription revenues to support our journalism.

For group, corporate or student subscriptions, please contact us. See also our full Terms of Use.

If you already have an account click here to login.

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.

EU in diplomatic push to save Iran deal

EU leaders mobilise to stop Trump's attack on Iran deal, as Congress prepares knife-edge vote with implications for trans-Atantic ties and Middle East stability.

News in Brief

  1. EU summit moved to previous building after fumes scare
  2. Catalonia will 'not back down'
  3. New toxic incident in EU building ahead of summit
  4. Murdered Malta journalist's family invited to Parliament
  5. EU food safety chief denies keeping studies 'secret'
  6. EU states pledge 24,000 resettlement places so far
  7. US ready for arms sale to update Greece's F-16 fleet
  8. Austria's Green leaders step down following election failure

Stakeholders' Highlights

  1. EU2017EENorth Korea Leaves Europe No Choice, Says Estonian Foreign Minister Sven Mikser
  2. Mission of China to the EUZhang Ming Appointed New Ambassador of the Mission of China to the EU
  3. International Partnership for Human RightsEU Should Seek Concrete Commitments From Azerbaijan at Human Rights Dialogue
  4. European Jewish CongressEJC Calls for New Austrian Government to Exclude Extremist Freedom Party
  5. CES - Silicones EuropeIn Healthcare, Silicones Are the Frontrunner. And That's a Good Thing!
  6. EU2017EEEuropean Space Week 2017 in Tallinn from November 3-9. Register Now!
  7. European Entrepreneurs CEA-PMEMobiliseSME Exchange Programme Open Doors for 400 Companies Across Europe
  8. CECEE-Privacy Regulation – Hands off M2M Communication!
  9. ILGA-EuropeHealth4LGBTI: Reducing Health Inequalities Experienced by LGBTI People
  10. EU2017EEEHealth: A Tool for More Equal Health
  11. Mission of China to the EUChina-EU Tourism a Key Driver for Job Creation and Enhanced Competitiveness
  12. CECENon-Harmonised Homologation of Mobile Machinery Costs € 90 Million per Year

Latest News

  1. EU okays Privacy Shield's first year
  2. EU seeks to decrypt messages in new anti-terror plan
  3. EU agencies defend research ahead of glyphosate vote
  4. Spain points at elections as exit to Catalan crisis
  5. How EU can ensure Daphne Caruana Galizia's legacy survives
  6. Juncker dinner to warm up relations with eastern EU
  7. Court hearing in MEPs 'private' expenses battle
  8. The unbearable lightness of leadership