The movement and the individual members of the political movement base their political project in conformity with the democratic principles and the charter of fundamental rights and therefore reject any past or present affiliation, connection or sympathy to any authoritarian or totalitarian project.
MENF is convinced that the sovereignty of states and peoples, relying on the cooperation between nations, and therefore reject any policy designed to create a supra-state or supra-national model. The opposition to any transfer of national sovereignty to supranational bodies and/or European institutions is one of the fundamental principles uniting members of the MENF.
The parties and individual MEPs of the MENF base their political alliance on the preservation of the identity of the peoples and nations of Europe, in accordance with the specific characteristics of each people. The right to control and regulate immigration is thus a fundamental principle shared by the members of the MENF.
The parties and individual MEPs of the MENF recognize each other’s right to defend their specific unique economic, social, cultural and territorial models. The MENF seeks to preserve the diversity of the political projects of its members.
The parties and individual MEPs base their political movement on defending individual freedoms and emphasising the particular importance of protecting freedom of speech amongst which digital freedoms which, today, are increasingly in jeopardy.