Unified European Left Group

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Unified European Left Group (UEL) is a group in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, formed by 34 MPs from various leftwing parties in 16 countries. Tiny Kox (Netherlands) is the president of the group, Andrej Hunko (Germany), Ioanetta Kavvadia (Greece) and Pablo Bustinduy (Spain) are vice-presidents of the group.[1]

The UEL operates in the framework set out by PACE: to promote and protect human rights, rule of law and democracy. The Group is in particular inspired by the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Social Charter and by other conventions, arrangements and activities which promote and protect human dignity, social and gender equality, organized solidarity and sustainable development of the planet.

Members[edit]

As of January 2018.[1]

Name Party Reports
Germany Gökay Akbulut Left-wing party
Greece Athanasia Anagnostopoulou Coalition of the Radical Left
Spain Ángela Ballester Left-wing party
Germany Michel Brandt Left-wing party
Iceland Rósa Björk Brynjólfsdóttir Iceland
Spain Pablo Bustinduy Left-wing party
Greece Anastasia Christodoulopoulou Coalition of the Radical Left
Republic of Ireland Seán Crowe Left-wing party
Norway Petter Eide Socialist Left Party (Norway)
Spain Miren Edurne Gorrotxategui Left-wing party
Iceland Ólafur Þór Gunnarson Iceland
Germany Andrej Hunko The Left Over-indebteness of states 2011, Austerity measures 2012, Right to bargain collectively, right to strike 2015, Income inequality 2017
Sweden Lotta Johnsson Fornarve The Left
Greece Liana Kanelli Communist Party of Greece
Greece Nina Kasimati Coalition of the Radical Left
Greece Ionneta Kavvadia Coalition of the Radical Left Migration and refugee crisis in Europe
Turkey Filiz Kerestecioğlu Demir Peoples' Democratic Party
Netherlands Tiny Kox Socialist Party Palestina 2011, Delegations PACE 2011, Observation Russian Federation 2012, Presidential election Russian Federation 2012, Palestina 2014, Europe's Public administrations 2014, Bosnia and Herzegovina 2014, Turkey 2015, International terrorism 2016, Acquis of the Council of Europe 2017, Bosnia and Herzegovina 2018
Turkey Ertuğrul Kürkçü Peoples' Democratic Party
Denmark Aaja Chemnitz Larsen Community of People)
Cyprus George Loucaides AKEL - Left - New Forces Budget intergovernmental programme 2015, Tunesia 2017, Budget and priorities 2017, Expenditure of PACE 2017
San Marino Marco Nicolini Left Movement
Denmark Rasmus Nordqvist Left Green Party
Netherlands Henk Overbeek Socialist Party
Turkey Hişyar Özsoy Peoples' Democratic Party
Greece Georgios Psychogios Coalition of the Radical Left
Moldova Inna Șupac Party of Communists of the republic of Moldova
Denmark Søren Søndergaard Red-Green Alliance Albania 2004
Portugal António Filipe Rodrigues Portuguese Communist Party
Slovenia Violeta Tomič The Democratic Party of Labor
Turkey Feleknas Uca Peoples' Democratic Party
Czech Republic Jiří Valenta Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia
Germany Katrin Werner The Left

Reports of former members[edit]

Party Reports
Netherlands Tuur Elzinga Socialist Party Activities of EBRD, Activities of OECD, Council of Europe Bank
Germany Annette Groth The Left Rome migrants 2012, Trafficking migrant workers 2013, Syrian refugee crisis 2016
Moldova Grigore Petrenco Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova Albania 2014
Denmark Nikolaj Vilmussen Red-Green Alliance Equality and the crisis 2015

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