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Table of political parties in Europe by pancontinental organisation

The majority of major political parties in Europe have aligned themselves into one of the pan-European political organisations listed below. 13 of these organisations have been legally recognized by the European Union as political parties at the European level:

The Nordic Green Left Alliance is a transnational federation of parties, not a pan-European political party per se, but it articulates a broadly uniform ideology and its membership is exclusive to it. As such, it is treated akin to one here.

Parties represented in national parliaments or the European Parliament are generally included in the below chart, while independents have been omitted. Great ideological diversity can be found in most pan-European organizations, and individual country rows may not correspond with the heuristic left-right spectrum commonly used within its own political discourse.

PEL NGLA Stand-
alone
EFA EGP PES ALDE EDP Stand-
alone
EPP AECR MELD Stand-
alone
Leftist Green Left. Leftist Regional. Green Social Dem. Lib. Dem. Centre Centre
Lib. Dem.
Centre-right Conserv. EU-scept.
Nat. Cons.
Rightist
Albania LSI PS PBDNj PD PDK
PR
PDIU
Andorra RD VA PS PLA
DA
Armenia
HHD
Ard
OE
BHK
HHK
AM
Austria KPÖ EL GRÜNE SPÖ NEOS ÖVP STRONACH
Azerbaijan
VBP
MP
VHP
YAP
AVP
Belarus KPB
APB
LDPB
Belgium PC PTB N-VA Groen
Ecolo
Sp.a
PS
Open VLD
MR
MCC UF
Vivant
PP
CD&V
cdH
CSP
FN
VB
VLOTT
Bos. & Herz. SNSD
DF
SDP SDA
HDZ
PDP
HDZ 1990
SDS
SZBiH
SBB
Bulgaria ABV UMO ZPB
Zelenite
BSP
BSDP
DPS
NDSV
GERB
DSB
SDS
DP
PROUD Ataka
NFSB
VMRO
BBC
Croatia LISTA-RI SDP HNS–LD
HSLS
IDS
NF HSU
PGS
HDZ
HSS
DC
HSP

HDSS
HČSP
Cyprus AKEL KOP EDEK EDI ΕΚ DISY
Czech Rep. KSČM
SDS
SPO Moravané SZ ČSSD ANO 2011 TOP 09
KDU–ČSL
ODS Úsvit
Denmark El SF SP SD Venstre
RV
LA
KF
K
DF
Estonia EÜV EER SDE
RE
EK
IRL ERL
Finland Vas AF (Åland) Vihr SDP Kesk
SFP
KOK
KD
PS
France PCF
PG
PCR
MIM
MRC
MRS (Savoy)
EA (Basque Country)
UDB (Brittany)
PO (Occitania)
PNC (Corsica)
EELV PS MoDem
UDI
NC
PR
PRG
UMP MPF FN
RPF
Georgia FD
ENM
CDM
SKP
AM
MGS
Germany LINKE
DKP
BP
SSW
LA
Die Friesen
GRÜNE SPD FDP CDU
CSU
AfD

NPD
Greece SYRIZA
KKE
DIMAR
Vinožito OP PASOK ND LAOS XA
Hungary MKM DK LMP MSZP E14 FIDESZ
KDNP
JOBBIK
Iceland VG Samf BF
FSF
PP
SSF
Ireland
SF
SP
GP Labour FF FG
Italy PRC
PdCI
SEL
PSd'Az (Sardinia)
LVR (Veneto)
US (Friuli-Venezia Giulia)
ALPE (Aosta Valley)
STF
Verdi PD
PSI
IdV
RI
ApI M5S
SC
CD
FI
NCD
UdC
PpI
UDEUR
SVP
LN
ALI
Kosovo AKR SLS
AAK
LDK PDK
LV
PD
Latvia LKS LZP SDPS
LSDSP
LZS
LRA
V NA Reform Party (Latvia)RP
NSL
Liechtenstein FL
FBP
VU
Lithuania LSDP DP
LiCS
DK
LVŽS
TS-LKD AWPL TT
Luxembourg Lénk Gréng LSAP DP CSV ADR
Macedonia
BDI
SPM
SDSM LPM
LDP
PDP DPNME NP
Malta AD PL PN
Moldova PCRM PDM PL PLR PLDM
PPCD
Monaco UPM UND
Montenegro PCG DPS CG
SDP CG
LP CG ПЗП (PzP)
NSD
DC CG
SSN
NS
BS
Netherlands
SP
FNP GL
Groenen
PvdA VVD
D66
OSF CDA PVV
SGP
CU
Northern Cyprus YKP
BKP
TDP CTP UBP
DP
Norway SV MdG Ap Venstre
Sp
Høyre
KrF
FrP
Poland RAŚ SLD
UP
PD TR PO
PSL
PiS SP KNP
Portugal BE
PCP
PEV PS MPT PSD
CDS-PP
Romania PAS UNPR PSD PNL
PDL
UDMR
PNŢ-CD
NR
PMP
Russia APR Yabloko
YR
SPS
VR
San Marino SU PS PSD AP PDCS OĽaNO
Serbia SPS
SDS
LSDV
PUPS
DS
LDP
URS
VMSZ
SNS
DSS
НС (NS)
SPO
JS
Slovakia Smer–SD SaS SDS KDH
SDKÚ-DS
SMK-MKP
Most–Híd
OKS
NOVA
SNS
Slovenia ZL SD SMC
ZAB
LDS
Zares
DeSUS SDS
NSi
SLS
Spain IU
PCE
EUiA (Catalonia)
ERC (Catalan Countries)
EA (Basque Country[1])
BNG (Galicia)
NC† (Canary Islands)
Los Verdes
ICV (Catalonia)
PSOE CDC (Catalonia) EAJ (Basque Country[1]) UPyD
C's
PP
UDC (Catalonia)
Sweden Vp
FI
MDG SAP FP
CP
MSP
KD
SD
Switzerland PdA CSP Grüne SP FDP
GLP
CVP
EVP
SVP
BDP
EDU
LT
Turkey ÖDP DSP CHP
BDP
AKP MHP
BBP
Ukraine PPPU
SPU
KPU
PR
VOB
NSNU
NRU
KUN
United Kingdom
SF (NI)
PUP (NI) Respect
SNP
PC
MK
GPEW
SGP
GPNI (NI)
Labour
SDLP (NI)
LibDems
Alliance (NI)
Cons
UUP (NI)
DUP (NI)
  • Standalone parties with representation in the European Parliament are coloured by the parliamentary group in which they sit. These are:
EPP S&D (PES) ALDE EUL-NGL Greens-EFA EFD Non-Inscrits
EPP PES ALDE
ECG EUL Non-Attached
  • The "Standalone parties of the political centre" column includes some single-interest parties that claim to draw support from all across the spectrum.
  • † indicates the party has observer or associate status within transnational organization
  • National parties are sorted by the alignment adopted by the party's leadership; in some cases MEPs have chosen to sit in different groups within the EP.

References

  1. ^ a b In Navarre, forming the coalition Nafarroa Bai with other nationalist parties.

External links

  • Parties and Elections in Europe - Political Parties & International Party Organisations
  • European Parliament - Directory of MEPs by country and political group
  • Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly - National Delegations
  • EPP - Member Parties
  • PES - Member Parties
  • ALDE - Member Parties
  • EGP - Member Parties
  • AECR - Member Parties
  • EL - Member Parties
  • MELD - Member Parties
  • EDP
  • EFA - Member Parties
  • EAF
  • AENM - Member Parties
  • EUD - Members
  • ECPM - Member Parties
  • NGLA - Members
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