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The European Democratic Party (EDP) is a centrist European political party. | Le Parti démocrate européen (PDE) est un parti politique européen.
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ENG: The European Democratic Party (EDP) is a centrist European political party in favour of European integration. It was initiated on 16 April 2004 and formally founded on 9 December 2004 in Brussels. François Bayrou of the French Democratic Movement (MoDem) and Francesco Rutelli of the Alliance for Italy serve as the two co-presidents. The EDP was founded in reaction to the rising influence of Eurosceptic parties within European institutions. It drew pro-European centrist parties from the European People's Party to form a new centrist multinational bloc. Its co-founder François Bayrou described it as a party for people being neither conservative nor socialist, like the United States Democratic Party. President: François Bayrou MEP and Francesco Rutelli ...
for33against   I support European Democratic Party! From my point of view it is quite good and reliable political party., positive
for33against   I am strongly opposed. European Democratic Party is quite bad choice. This party simply can not be trusted!, negative
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Article - On this day 40 years ago: signing of the act for direct European elections
General : Over the course of its existence, the European Parliament has transformed itself from an assembly with limited powers to a decision-making body directly shaping EU policies. It has been a long road, but one of the milestones was 20 September 1976, when ministers signed rules allowing direct European elections. The elections, held about three years later, gave new democratic legitimacy to the Parliament and allowed MEPs to seek more powers in shaping European policies. Source : © European Union, 2016 - EP
Press release - EuroLat opening: deeper EU-Latin integration needed to tackle common challenges
General : Deepening the integration of the EU and Latin America is the best way to respond to common challenges, agreed parliamentarians from both sides of the Atlantic at the opening of the ninth plenary session of the Euro-Latin Parliamentary Assembly (EuroLat), on Tuesday in Montevideo (Uruguay). The economic situation, trade relations between the EU and Latin America and between both regions and China, managing migration flows and fighting terrorism are also on the agenda. Source : © European Union, 2016 - EP
EU rules out trade deal with the US before Obama leaves office
The European Commission and member states agreed on Friday (23 September) that it is “unlikely” to conclude the negotiations over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership  (TTIP) with the US before the end of Barack Obama’s presidency.
Source: New post-Brexit EU summit on 3 February in Malta
European Union leaders will meet in Malta in February to help prepare for a summit the following month in Rome aimed at revitalising a bloc without Britain, an EU source said today (23 September).



 
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