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MENF meeting in Tallinn, Estonia
On the 14th of May, delegation of the Movement for a Europe of Nations and Freedom (MENF) travelled from Bratislava to Tallinn for the last meeting before the European Elections 2019. [Read More]
MENF meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia
The Movement for a Europe of Nations and Freedom held a press conference in Bratislava, Slovakia on the 13th of May with participation of Marine Le Pen (Rassemblement National, France), Boris Kollar (Sme Rodina, Slovakia), Ludovit Goga (Sme Rodina, Slovakia), Georg Mayer (FPOe, Austria), Failos Kranidiotis (Nea Dexia, Greece). [Read More]
MENF meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria
On the 3rd of May, the MENF delegation travelled to capital city Sofia in Bulgaria. [Read More]
The Movement of Freedom and Direct Democracy – Tomio Okamura (SPD):
Svoboda a přímá demokracie – Tomio Okamura (SPD) is parliamentary party established in May 2015. Just after registration in June 2015 SPD attracted 9000 membership applications in the first three months, making the movement one of the largest political organisations in the Czech Republic.
The Rassemblement National
The Rassemblement National aims to gather the Nation to defend its sovereignty, protect its integrity and to promote its historic values of civilization. Acting in strict compliance with the principles of freedom and democracy, we want to restore the Nation and its greatness by the application of republican laws and the establishment of a community of justice and solidarity. Attached to equality in law for all French citizens, without distinction of their origin, race or religion, the Front National defends national sovereignty and independence of the Nation.
Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest) is a long time ally of Front National, FPÖ and Lega Nord and was from the beginning partner of the pre-group that Marine Le Pen formed after the last European election. Vlaams Belang is a Flemish independentist and right wing party that acts in line withe the importance of the national identity concept and operates in the Northern Dutch speaking part of Belgium.
Founded on December 4th 1989 from the merger of several regional autonomist movements in northern Italy, with the main political aim to make Italy a federal State. In this respect, in 2006 it was able to make a constitutional reform approved by the Parliament, unfortunately rejected in the subsequent referendum in all Regions but Lombardy and Veneto.
Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs
The FPÖ is one of the oldest and strongest parties in Austria. It is represented in the national assembly, with 38 seats, and in all nine federal parliaments – in some of them, in the regional government. Since 2005, the head of the party has been the Viennese-born Heinz Christian Strache, who took over the party ten years ago and led it to become the strongest party in Austria, currently with nearly 30 % in all polls.
Kongres Nowej Prawicy
The Congress of the New Right (KNP) is a Polish political party with a clearly liberal (in the economic sphere) and conservative (in the sphere of principles and values) character. The party was founded in the autumn of 2010. As the only one of the Polish union-skeptical parties, the party gained public support to introduce four deputies to the European Parliament. The party consistently supports the appearance of Poland from such a European Union as it has now transformed into a "Europe of nation states" - the peaceful cooperation of sovereign states.
The political project of Veslin Mareshki is a new political party which after the parliamentary elections of March 2017 sits for the first time in the Bulgarian Parliament. VOLYA promotes patriotism, strict immigration controls, more friendly relations with Moscow and the need to "sweep" the corrupt political establishment.
The party was founded by Mr. Veslin Mareshki, a Bulgarian businessman in the pharmaceutical and petroleum branch. It has interests in 46 different companies. He owns two cosmetic pharmaceutical companies. In 2015 he entered the oil market and opened his first gas stations by forcing large companies to lower their prices.
NEA DEXIA (New Right) is a right-wing political party, founded on 13 May 2016 by lawyer Failos Kranidiotis.
On June 1, 2016, Failos Kranidiotis handed over the first official press conference at the Electra Palace Hotel in Athens, where he announced the party’s presidium and presented the 17 members of the National Council of the New Right.
Nea Dexia calls for a strong national economy and the preservation of national identity where law, order, freedom, safe borders, safe neighborhoods and secure public spaces are the main goals.
For Britain is a positive, pro-British, pro-democracy party, which believes in preserving the culture and values of the decent British majority, and passing these on to future generations. We believe in the democratic mandate of the people, and therefore demand the UK’s complete withdrawal from the European Union without further delay. We believe in truth, justice, and freedom. We seek to create a Britain where the rule of law is upheld, and justice prevails over political convenience. We will restore freedom of speech as the backbone of the democratic system. We sit neither on the Left nor the Right; we are the decent, fair, common sense majority whose voice has been ignored for too long.
The political movement SME RODINA (We are family) – Boris Kollár was founded in response to the situation in Slovakia and Europe. We sensitively perceive the threat of Slovak families from the outside but also from the inside. Therefore, the movement SME RODINA – Boris Kollár has been involved in political life in Slovakia and decided to address Slovakia with its vision.
Eesti Konservatiivne Rahvaerakond (EKRE)
EKRE is an Estonian political party, led by Mart Helme, Estonian Minister of Interior. The party is a principled and bravely patriotic Estonian party with an unshakable mission to protect Estonian values and interets. EKRE is concerned about the education and health care in their country as well as the demography and immigration issues. In the 2019 Estonian parliamentary election the party gained 17.8% of the votes and increased its number of seats to 19.