European Federalist Party (EFP)
Parti fédéraliste européen (PFE)
Europäische Föderalistische Partei (EFP)
Partito Federalista Europeo (PFE)
Europa Federalista Partio (EFP)
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.Available with paid subscription only.
Provides public information; comments on current political questions. The EFP Section of Germany, EFP Federation of Italy, and EFP Section of Bavaria participated, 5 July 1987, Trento (Italy), in the foundation of Union for a Federalist Europe (UfFE).
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