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European National Front


European National Front

European National Front
President Roberto Fiore
Founded October 23, 2004 (2004-10-23)
Ideology Ultranationalism (official)
Political position Far-right
International affiliation None
European Parliament group None
Colours Emerald, red, black
Politics of the European Union
Political parties

European National Front is a coordinating structure of European nationalist parties. Sometimes members of the ENF also use anti-capitalist rhetoric. Five members of the European National Front have achieved entry into the European Parliament: Roberto Fiore, leader of Italy's New Force, one MEP of the NPD and three MEP's of Golden Dawn.


  • Structure 1
    • Member parties 1.1
    • Affiliated groups 1.2
    • Former affiliates 1.3
  • See also 2
  • External links 3


The European National Front is headed by General Secretary, elected by ENF Assembly. The current General Secretary is Roberto Fiore. The Political Council is the founder's staff of the ENF. It safeguards the idea and principles of ENF. The Council can be increased by unanimous will of cooptation. It represents the Front outside, and confirms applications for ENF membership. The Members of the Council belong to ENF Assembly. The ENF Assembly defines the tactics and strategy of ENF. The Assembly consists of representatives of the movements belonging to ENF and members of Political Council. The Co-ordination Centre executes the current tasks of ENF. It gathers information and propaganda, and co-ordinates ENF activities.

Legal registered political parties/movements that accept the principles, aims and structure of ENF can apply for membership. The accession to ENF must be submitted by authorized representative of the applicant and then confirmed by Political Council. The representative of the Affiliated Group sits on the Assembly with advisory vote. The status of the Affiliated Group can be granted by Political Council.

Member parties

Party Abbr. Country MEPs National
National Democratic Party of Germany NPD  Germany 1 0
New Force FN  Italy 0 0
National Revival of Poland NOP  Poland 0 0
New Right ND  Romania 0 0
Falange FE  Spain 0 0
Golden Dawn XA  Greece 3 16

Affiliated groups

 Bulgaria Bulgarian National Alliance
 Portugal National Renovator Party

Former affiliates

 Netherlands National Alliance (party disbanded)
 Ukraine All-Ukrainian Union "Svoboda" (party joined Alliance of European National Movements)

See also

External links

  • Developments and news-ENF (Romanian language)
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