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European Nations Group
European parliamentary group
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Name European Nations Group
English abbr. EN[1]
French abbr. EDN[2]
Formal name Europe of Nations Group (Coordination Group)[3]
Ideology Euroscepticism
From 19 July 1994[4][3]
To 10 November 1996[4][3]
Preceded by n/a
Succeeded by Independents for a Europe of Nations
Chaired by James Goldsmith (19 July 1994 to 10 November 1996)[3]
MEP(s) 19 (19 July 1994)[5]

The Europe of Nations Group was a Eurosceptic political group with seats in the European Parliament between 1994 and 1996.

History[edit]

The Europe of Nations Group (Coordination Group)[3] was formed on 19 July 1994.[4][3] It was the first Eurosceptic Group in the Parliament. It lasted until 10 November 1996.[4][3] The group was succeeded by the Independents for a Europe of Nations from 20 December 1996.

MEPs[edit]

MEPs in Europe of Nations Group (Coordination Group) on 1 August 1994 were as follows:

Member state MEPs Party MEPs Notes
Denmark 4[6] June Movement[6] 2[6] Ulla Margrethe Sandbæk,[7] Jens-Peter Bonde?[5]
People's Movement against the EU[6] 2[6] Ole Krarup,[8] Lis Jensen[9]
France 13[6] Majorité pour l'autre Europe 13[6] Charles De Gaulle,[10] Georges Berthu,[11] James Goldsmith,[3] Françoise Seillier,[12] Hervé Fabre-Aubrespy,[13] Frédéric Striby,[14] Philippe de Villiers,[15] Anne Christine Poisson,[16] Marie-France De Rose,[17] Edouard C.M.P. Des Places,[18] Dominique F.C. Souchet,[19] Philippe-Armand Martin,[20] Thierry Jean-Pierre[21]
Netherlands 2[6] SGP-GPV[6] 2[6] Leen Van Der Waal,[22] Johannes Blokland[23]

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Democracy in the European Parliament" (PDF).
  2. ^ a b ""The European Parliament And Enlargement: From 1973 To 2000" by Karlheinz Neunreither" (PDF).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i European Parliament archive entry for James Goldsmith (incl. Membership)
  4. ^ a b c d e "Groupe Indépendance-Démocratie ID". www.europe-politique.eu.
  5. ^ a b c "European Parliament:1994-1995 Session:Sittings Of 19 To 22 July 1994:Palais de L'Europe - Strasbourg:Part I:Proceedings Of The Sitting".
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Élections européennes 1994". www.europe-politique.eu.
  7. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Ulla Margrethe Sandbæk (incl. Membership)
  8. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Ole Krarup (incl. Membership)
  9. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Lis Jensen (incl. Membership)
  10. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Charles De Gaulle (incl. Membership)
  11. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Georges Berthu (incl. Membership)
  12. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Françoise Seillier (incl. Membership)
  13. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Hervé Fabre-Aubrespy (incl. Membership)
  14. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Frédéric Striby (incl. Membership)
  15. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Philippe de Villiers (incl. Membership)
  16. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Anne Christine Poisson (incl. Membership)
  17. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Marie-France De Rose (incl. Membership)
  18. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Edouard C.M.P. Des Places (incl. Membership)
  19. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Dominique F.C. Souchet (incl. Membership)
  20. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Philippe-Armand Martin (incl. Membership)
  21. ^ a b "Élus élections européennes 1994". www.france-politique.fr.
  22. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Leen Van Der Waal (incl. Membership)
  23. ^ a b European Parliament archive entry for Johannes Blokland (incl. Membership)

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