Talk:European Democratic Party
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I have read vague mentions that the EDP, or elements currently inside the EDP, may possibly ally with the PES in the next European parliament. Is there anything to this beyond mere speculation? --Free Socialist 00:32, 25 May 2008 (UTC)
- I too read about a possible EDP-PES alliance, but at this point I think that it is simply a speculation. If you are interested in discussing about European Parliament groups, you can go to Talk:Political groups of the European Parliament. --Checco (talk) 07:26, 25 May 2008 (UTC)
- I've heard the same, and it seems quite logical to me -- Italy's PD is sympathetic to both of those parties, the EDP would gain more influence and the PES might have more of a chance to surpass EPP-ED (or EPP without ED, if Cameron splinters away) in the number of MEPs... —Nightstallion 22:57, 26 May 2008 (UTC)
These infobox classifications are very difficult. But I think that Social Liberal, Christian Democratic is the best way to describe the party instead of centrist. There are several reason to prefer social liberalism perhaps in addition to Christian democratic
- Centrism is a position on a political dimension not an ideology.
- The ideologies of the individual parties. Here on wikipedia Path of Change, Popular Alliance (San Marino), Democratic Movement (France), Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy are all identified as (social-)liberal. Additionally the Basque Nationalist Party and Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy are (also) idenitified as Christian-democratic.
Daisy is not member of EDP anymore
Democratic Party was born on October 14th.Since that date,former DS and former Daisy members sit as independents in the PES and ALDE group,and they are not member of the European parties anymore. Itanesco (talk) 12:21, 16 September 2008 (UTC)