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The Independence/Democracy Group in the European Parliament (IND/DEM) was an Eurosceptic political group in the EP.
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ENG: The Independence/Democracy Group in the European Parliament (IND/DEM) was an Eurosceptic political group active during the 2004–2009 term of the European Parliament. The collapsed following the 2009 European elections after losing many of its MEPs. Formal name: Independence/Democracy Group in the European Parliament Ideology: Euroscepticism Founded: 20 July 2004 Dissolved: 1 July 2009 (de facto) Preceded by: Europe of Democracies and Diversities Succeeded by: Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) Chaired by: Nigel Farage MEP and Hanne Dahl MEP source October 31, 2009 updated:2013-11-25
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