Introduction – New Italian member

AEMN aims to geographically extend its activity and network in Europe. Welcome our new member, Francesco Graglia

European political parties

“The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article 191 thereof, having regard to the proposal from the Commission, and acting in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 251 of the Treaty (1) states the followings:

Article 191 of the Treaty states that political parties at European level are important as a factor for integration within the Union and that they contribute to forming a European awareness and to expressing the political will of the citizens of the Union.”

Thus, all political views and ideologies can be and shall be represented at European level – that was the basic idea to form AEMN in 2009. Since than, the party served the idea of “Europe of free nations” throughout the member states. Since 2015, AEMN is mostly focusing on individuals – politicians, professionals, researchers – to find solutions of our ages.

New member from Italy

As AEMN is underlining the importance of national and regional values, the party welcomes individual members from National or Regional parliaments as well. The tradition continues in Italy with Mr. Francesco Graglia, Member of the Regional Council of Piedmont who joined the party in July 2017.

Massimiliano Panero, country manager of AEMN, met Mr Graglia on 13-th of October to plan the work programs of 2017-2018, as well as updating the situation about the registration of AEMN as European political party.

Valerio Cignetti, general secretary of AEMN, met Mr Graglia at the Regional Council of Piedmont (Torino) on 21-st October and invited him to the next general assembly in Brussels.

AEMN is looking forward to open up new fields of cooperation in Italy through its new member, MRP Graglia.