European Federalist Party (EFP)

Parti fédéraliste européen (PFE)
Europäische Föderalistische Partei (EFP)
Partito Federalista Europeo (PFE)
Europa Federalista Partio (EFP)

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1974-11-17 Geneva Switzerland


17 Nov 1974, Geneva (Switzerland), when Basic Programme and European statutes were laid down, as a federation of groups in 5 countries, on the initiative of a European Group in Mantua (Italy). The German section of EFP adopted the additional name 'The Federalists'.


Promote the establishment of the European federal state as part of a future world federation; promote European Federation of autonomous ethnic and economic regions, organized according to principles of federalism in political, economic, social and cultural fields, and taking part in regional and European-level elections.


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European Congress (every 3 years). Federalist Council (convened at least once a year), consisting of: the chairmen of individual sections and action committees or their deputies or - if neither is able to attend - a member of the executive chosen as deputy by the chairman of the section or action committee; the members of Executive Committee; 9 further members elected by European Congress; Delegate General and Deputy Delegate General. Executive Committee, consisting of Delegate General, Deputy Delegate General, Treasurer and 6 further members. European General Secretariat, headed by Secretary General.


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