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European Action Movement

European Action Movement
President Veaceslav Untilă
Founded October 22, 2006 (2006-10-22)
Headquarters 88 Bucureşti St., Chişinău, Moldova
Ideology Christian democracy
International affiliation None
European affiliation None
Colours Blue
Website
www.ae.md
Politics of Moldova
Political parties
Elections

The European Action Movement (Romanian: Mişcarea Acţiunea Europeană) was political party in Moldova. It merged into the Liberal Party in March 2011.[1]

Overview

The party was formed at the first congress on October 22, 2006. The first president was Anatol Petrencu (October 22, 2006 - January 24, 2010). Veaceslav Untilă has been the president since January 24, 2010.

Notable members

Electoral results

Results since 2009
(year links to election page)
Polls Type of Election Votes % MPs
2009 (April)
Parliament
15,481[2]
1.01
0
2009 (July)
Parliament
0
0
0
2010
Parliament
21,109
1.23
0

Bibliography

  • (Romanian) Statutul MAE
  • (Romanian) Echipa şi platforma electorală

References

  1. ^ http://parties-and-elections.de/index.html
  2. ^ “Actiunea Europeana (European Action)” Social-political Movement (MAE)

External links

  • (Romanian) MAE - site oficial
  • (Romanian) Veaceslav Untilă - site personal
  • (Romanian) Anatol Petrenco - site personal
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