ProDG (Belgium)

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ProDG
Leader Oliver Paasch
Founded 2001
Preceded by PDB-PJU and PDB
Headquarters Kaperberg 6, 4700 Eupen
Ideology Christian democracy[1]
Regionalism[1]
International affiliation None
European affiliation European Free Alliance
European Parliament group None
Colours Orange, Blue
Website
www.prodg.be
Politics of Belgium
Political parties
Elections

ProDG (Pro deutschsprachige Gemeinschaft), is a regionalist[2] and Christian democratic political party active in the German-speaking community of Belgium. The party groups politicians from the previous PDB and PJU parties. The party was formed in 2008 and figured on the voting bulletins at first in 2009. Following the 2009 regional election, the party won 4 out of 25 seats in the Parliament and participates in the regional Government of the German-speaking Community of Belgium with two ministers.[3]

Election results[edit]

German-speaking Community Parliament[edit]

Election year # of overall votes  % of overall vote  % of language
group vote
# of overall seats won # of language
group seats won
+/- Notes
1990 5,982 15.3 (#4)
4 / 25
1995 5,051 13.6 (#5)
3 / 25
Decrease 1
1999 4,739 12.9 (#4)
3 / 25
Steady 0
2004 4,243 11.7 (#4)
3 / 25
Steady 0 In a government coalition with SP & PFF
2009 6,553 17.5 (#4)
4 / 25
Increase 1 In a government coalition with SP & PFF

European Parliament[edit]

Election year # of overall votes  % of overall vote  % of electoral
college vote
# of overall seats won # of electoral
college seats won
+/- Notes
1994 5,945 15.5 (#3)
0 / 25
0 / 1
1999 3,661 9.9 (#5)
0 / 25
0 / 1
Steady 0
2004 3,442 9.3 (#5)
0 / 24
0 / 1
Steady 0
2009 3,897 10.1 (#5)
0 / 22
0 / 1
Steady 0

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