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European Green Party

EGP - European Greens

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Presentation of EGP

The European Green Party (EGP), aka European Greens, is a federation of Green parties from several European countries, formally organized in Helsinki (Finalnd) in June 1993. It succeeded the European Coordination of Green Parties founded in Liège in 1984 by the Green parties from Benelux, UK, France, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland. Currently, the EGP is made of 35 member parties (12 of them sharing 34 seats in the European Parliament) and 9 observer parties (with one seat in the European Parliament).

Ivan Sache, 11 April 2009


Flag of EGP

The flag of EGP is green with the party's emblem.
The emblem of EGP is made of the writing "EUROPEAN / GREENS" in white letters oulined in black and a yellow sunflower with a green center.
The flag can be seen on photos taken during the EGP Conference, Helsinki, 2006, and the Brussels Gay Pride Parade, 12 May 2007.

Ivan Sache, 11 April 2009


Federation of Young European Greens (FYEG)

The EGP has a youth branch, founded in 1988 in Belgium and called Federation of Young European Greens (FYEG).

The flag of FYEG is green with the FYEG emblem and the writing "fyeg / Federation of Young / European Greens" in yellow letters.
The emblem of FYEG shows a sunflower, more complex than on the EGP emblem, with in the middle a green map of Europe on a white disk outlined by two green rings.
The flag can be seen on photos taken during the FYEG Winter Camp, 2006, and the Brussels Gay Pride Parade, 12 May 2007.

Ivan Sache, 11 April 2009


"Green European Union" flag

During its 2009 Election Congress, held at Brussels on 27-29 March 2009, the EGP displayed a "Green European Union" flag, made of the European Union flag with the field green instead of blue.

Ivan Sache, 11 April 2009