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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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