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The Alliance for Europe of the Nations (AEN) was a pan-European political party. Dissolved in 2009.
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ENG: The Alliance for Europe of the Nations was a pan-European political party that gathered conservative and national-conservative political parties from across the continent. President: Michał Kamiński Founded: 25 June 2002 Dissolved: 2009 Ideology: Conservatism, National conservatism, Euroscepticism source October 29, 2009 updated: 2013-11-25
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IndDem / UEN: Eurosceptic Group in the European Parliament


This video report was made available to broadcasters by the European Parliament. Intro: “The southern English town of Salisbury, population forty-five thousand, is as traditional as you get. White. Wealthy. Conservative. Ageing, and a stronghold of UKIP, Britain’s anti-EU party. It wants Britain out of the European Union, and is actively seeking eurosceptic allies in [...] 12/18/2010 Read full article: www.wikio.com 10.04.2011


UEN leader: 'Nothing is decided yet' on Fianna Fáil's move to Liberals


Aligning his party's four MEPs to the European Liberals could weaken their ability to "deliver policy at a European level," Brian Crowley, leader in the European Parliament of both the Union for Europe of the Nations (UEN) group and the Irish Fianna Fáil delegation, told EurActiv in an interview. You have been an MEP for 14 years now. With the 2009 elections taking place inthree months' time, what do you expect to be the main issues, and is the build-up different to previous years? All elections are exciting. Not all candidates like elections, and anybody who says they do is ...


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Proposal on pollution controls for non-road machinery is out
Stakeholders stick to their guns upon reviewing the Commission’s proposal to curb pollution from agricultural and road construction machinery. The European Commission proposed a new regulation aimed at cutting emissions of pollutants from non-road mobile machinery (NRMM) on 26 September. NRMM includes land machinery used in the agricultural sector (for example combine-harvesters), in road construction (cranes, cement mixers) and for leisure (snowmobiles), on railroads and inland waterways.
Environmental misgivings: why Parliament should reject the Juncker Commission
The proposed new structure of the European Commission sidelines sustainability issues and risks undoing years of environmental legislation, writes Tony Long. By Tony Long, Director of the WWF EU office, on behalf of the Green10 Coalition
The Schuldschein: An investment alternative for Europe
The Schuldschein tool is designed to support medium-sized businesses. It will be used to encourage bilateral cooperation between German and French companies. EurActiv France reports.
CETA, TTIP: Global trade threatened by vested national interests
EU member countries have become more vocal in trying to protect their own backyards from competition in the ongoing free trade negotiations with Canada and the United States, writes Bruno Maçães. By Bruno Maçães, Secretary of State for European Affairs, Portugal. Supporters of free trade in Europe have good reason to be worried. The last two weeks have brought a number of ominous signs to public attention, even if nothing of what is happening seems particularly new.



 
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