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Forza Europa

Forza Europa
European parliamentary group
Name Forza Europa
English abbr. FE[1][2][3]
French abbr. n/a
Formal name Forza Europa
Ideology Conservatism[1]
From 19 July 1994[4]
To 6 July 1995[4]
Preceded by n/a
Succeeded by Union for Europe
Chaired by Giancarlo Ligabue[5]
MEP(s) 27 (July 21, 1994)

Forza Europa was a centre-right political group with seats in the European Parliament between 1994 and 1995.

History

27 MEPs from the Italian centre-right party Forza Italia, along with MEPs of the Christian Democratic Centre and the Union of the Centre, were elected in the 1994 European election and formed their own Group, self-referentially called "Forza Europa", on 19 July 1994.[4] The group was unique at the time for being dominated one national-level political party, and being composed of MEPs from a single EU member nation.[6] The group was generally sceptical of European integration.[7]

The group was joined on 15 December 1994 by one MEP of the Italian Democratic Socialist Party,[8] and one MEP of the Federalists and Liberal Democrats.[9]

The Group lasted until it merged with the European Democratic Alliance to form the "Group Union for Europe"[6][10][11] on 6 July 1995.[4][12]

Sources

  • Democracy in the European Parliament[1]
  • Europe Politique[4]
  • European Parliament MEP Archives[5][11]
  • Development of Political Groups in the European Parliament[2]
  • European Parliament 1996 press releases[3]
  • European Parliament election website 1999[10]

References

  1. ^ a b c
  2. ^ a b Development of Political Groups in the European Parliament
  3. ^ a b Composition of the European Parliament 1996-11-11, 1996-01-01, 1995-12-31 and 1994-07-19
  4. ^ a b c d e UFE on Europe Politique
  5. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Giancarlo Ligabue
  6. ^ a b
  7. ^
  8. ^ Your MEPs : Archives : Enrico FERRI
  9. ^ Your MEPs : Archives : Marilena MARIN
  10. ^ a b Group names 1999
  11. ^ a b European Parliament profile of Jean-Claude Pasty
  12. ^
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