Greens–European Free Alliance
|European parliamentary group|
|Name||The Greens/European Free Alliance|
|Formal name||Parliamentary Group of The Greens/European Free Alliance in the European Parliament|
|European parties||European Green Party|
European Free Alliance
European Pirate Party
|Preceded by||The Green Group|
European Radical Alliance
|Chaired by||Philippe Lamberts|
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Formed following the 1999 European elections for the 5th European Parliament, the Greens/EFA group consists of three distinct European political parties, namely the larger European Green Party (EGP) and the European Free Alliance (EFA) and the smaller European Pirate Party. The EFA consists of parties representing stateless nations, regionalist and minority political interests. The group has generally limited its membership to progressive parties. These European parties are joined by MEPs from non-aligned national parties, which have included the Dutch Europe Transparent (2004–2009) and the Swedish Pirate Party (2009–2014).
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