AEMN Party

Alliance of European National Movements

The European level political party Alliance of European National Movements is one of the youngest among the 13 acknowledged and founded parties as it was established on October 24, 2009 in Budapest, Hungary. As its name shows, the party aims a “Europe of free nations” and considers the free-will cooperation based on national identity and traditions, national sovereignty as the most important European value.

This value is represented by the affiliated European level political foundation European Identities and Traditions (in French: Identités & Traditions Européennes) as well.

Mission Statement – Preamble of the Statutes

With regard of the Article 191 of the Treaty of the European Union, and based on the Regulation (EC) No 2004/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 November 2003 regulation the parties and foundation at European level, modified Regulation (EC) No 1524/2007 of 18 December,

Hereby, the undersigned agree on the establishment of the non-profit organization based on the French law: Alliance Européenne des Mouvements Nationaux (In English:  Alliance of European National Movements)

 Alliance of European  National MovementsPolitical Declaration:

  • Conscious of our common responsibility for the European peoples and the diversity of cultures and languages they represent,
  • Mindful of the inalienable values of Christianity, natural law, peace and freedom in Europe,
  • Bearing in mind the numerous threats that powerful forces of globalization pose to this priceless heritage.

Representing the national parties and movements in Europe, we demand:

  1. The creation of a Europe of free, independent and equal nations in the framework of a confederation of sovereign nation states, refraining from taking decisions on matters properly taken by states themselves;
  2. The rejection of any attempt to create a centralized European Super State.
  3. The promotion of the freedom, dignity and equal rights of every citizen, and opposition to all forms of totalitarianism.
  4. The primacy of direct votes by the people or their elected representatives over any administrative or bureaucratic body.
  5. The effective protection of Europe against new threats, such as terrorism and religious, political, economic, or financial imperialism.
  6. A peaceful and humane settlement of immigration problems through, among other measures, international cooperation aiming at development and self- sufficiency of third world countries.
  7. Strong policies in favor of families aiming at solving the demographic deficit in Europe and promoting traditional values throughout society.
  8. The preservation of the diversity of Europe that results from the variety of our identities, traditions, languages and indigenous cultures.
  9. A common fight of the European peoples against social dumping and the destructive effects of globalization.

Strasbourg, 15 September 2009