Movement for Political World Union (MPWU)

Mouvement pour l'union politique mondiale

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1968 The Hague Netherlands


1968, The Hague (Netherlands), as World Union Movement (WUM). An international executive body, the Emergency Committee for World Government (ECWG) was set up at the World Constitution and Parliament Association's conference 12 Sep 1968, Wolfach (Germany FR). Listed name adopted 1974. Also referred to as Political World Union (PWU). The U-XU9827 - Emergency World Council (EWG), which began functioning in 1969, planned to create National Offices of the Movement and to phase out ECWG in favour of an elected Board for MPWU. The African branch, known as H-XH8749 - African Federalist Association, was founded in 1976, Nairobi (Kenya). MPWU was supported by Foundation Working Group World Union -- Stichting Werkgroep Wereldunie. Activities suspended 1982.

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