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European Progressive Democrats
European Parliament group
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NameEuropean Progressive Democrats[1][2]
English abbr.EPD[3]
French abbr.DEP[4]
Formal nameGroup of European Progressive Democrats[5]
IdeologyConservatism, Liberal conservatism, Regionalism, Social democracy
From16 January 1973[4]
To24 July 1984[4]
Preceded byEuropean Democratic Union
Succeeded byEuropean Democratic Alliance
Chaired byChristian de La Malène[5]
MEP(s)22 (July 17 1979)[6]

The Group of European Progressive Democrats was a heterogeneous political group with seats in the European Parliament between 1973 and 1984.

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The French Gaullists split from the Liberal Group on 21 January 1965[4] and created a new Group called the "European Democratic Union".[1][2] The Group was renamed on 16 January 1973[4] to the "Group of European Progressive Democrats"[5] when the Gaullists were joined by the Irish Fianna Fáil, and renamed itself again on 24 July 1984[4] to the "Group of the European Democratic Alliance".[2][5]

MEPs at 17 July 1979

Member stateMEPsPartyMEPsNotes
France15[6]Défence des Intérêts de la France en Europe/Rassemblement pour la République[6]15[6]Vincent F.M. Ansquer,[7] Jean-José Clement,[8] Pierre-Bernard Cousté,[9] Gustave Deleau,[10] Eugène L. Remilly,[11] Marie-Madeleine Dienesch,[12] Louise Weiss,[13] Michel J.-P. Debré,[14] Maurice S.R.C. Druon,[15] Pierre Messmer,[16] Jacques Chirac,[17] Claude L.L.P. Labbé,[18] Alain Y.M. Gillot,[19] Hubert Jean Buchou,[20] Christian De La Malène[5]
Ireland5[6]Fianna Fáil[6]5[6]Sile De Valera,[21] Jerry Cronin,[22] Noel Michael Davern,[23] Seán Flanagan,[24] Patrick Joseph Lalor[25]
United Kingdom1[6]Scottish National Party[6]1[6]Winifred M. Ewing[26]
Denmark1[6]The European Parliament has Kai Nyborg in the Det Konservative Folkeparti,[27] but most other sources say the Fremskridtspartiet[6][28][29][30][31][32]1[6]Kai Nyborg[27]

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References

  1. ^ a b c Political Groups of the European Parliament
  2. ^ a b c d Development of Political Groups in the European Parliament
  3. ^ a b Lane, Jan-Erik; McKay, David; Newton, Kenneth (1997). Political Data Handbook: OECD Countries. Oxford University Press. pp. pp. 191. ISBN 019828053X. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g UFE on Europe Politique
  5. ^ a b c d e f European Parliament profile of Christian De La Malène
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n 1979 European Parliament election results at July 17, 1979
  7. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Vincent F.M. Ansquer
  8. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Jean-José Clement
  9. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Pierre-Bernard Cousté
  10. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Gustave Deleau
  11. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Eugène L. Remilly
  12. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Marie-Madeleine Dienesch
  13. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Louise Weiss
  14. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Michel J.-P. Debré
  15. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Maurice S.R.C. Druon
  16. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Pierre Messmer
  17. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Jacques Chirac
  18. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Claude L.L.P. Labbé
  19. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Alain Y.M. Gillot
  20. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Hubert Jean Buchou
  21. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Sile De Valera
  22. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Jerry Cronin
  23. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Noel Michael Davern
  24. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Seán Flanagan
  25. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Patrick Joseph Lalor
  26. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Winifred M. Ewing
  27. ^ a b c European Parliament profile of Kai Nyborg
  28. ^ a b Document DDA-275, by Ole Borre, Hans Jorgen Nielsen, Steen Sauerberg and Torben Worre, archived by Astrid Bogh Lauritzen, last revised 23 January 1980
  29. ^ a b "They cast pearls... - Evidence of EU fraud and Karl Smart administration" by Hans Kloster, Copenhagen 1 October 1998
  30. ^ a b Entry for the "Kænguru-gruppen"/"Kangaroo Group", an association of members of the European Parliament, Commission and Council, intended to promote free movement and security.
  31. ^ a b Progress Party members of the Danish Folketing/Parliament - The elections of 15 February 1977
  32. ^ a b Progress Party members of the Danish Folketing/Parliament - The elections of 4 December 1973

 

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