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The European People's Party is a Christian democrat-conservative political party at European level founded in 1976.


In the European Parliament the EPP cooperates with the European Democrats faction in the EPP-ED Group.


According to its website the EPP is "a family of the political center whose roots are deep in the history of European civilisation. It unites like-minded national parties, in EU Member States and in EU applicant countries and we maintain close contact with decided probable candidate countries."


The EPP has a youth political party called the Youth of the European People's Party or YEPP.


The European Democratic Students or EDS is a group of student political parties associated with the EPP.

  • European People's Party (http://www.epp-eu.org) official site

YEPP website (http://www.yepp.org) EDS website (http://www.eds.org)


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Peter Cassells Labour candidate for the European Elections in the Ireland East Constituency has expressed concerns over what he calls Fine Gaels "gung ho" policies on European Defence and those of their European allies in the European Peoples Party.
Speaking to party members in Tullamore he said "Although it is true to say that a lot of voters want to discuss local rather than European issues, one issue that has come up again and again on the doorsteps is Ireland's neutrality.
People want to be reassured that Ireland will maintain its proud tradition of military neutrality, which has contributed to our role as a peacekeeper in the world and our standing in the United Nations.
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