A Charter of Values for the future of Europe. The signature by the parties that are part of three different groups in the EU Parliament. It is a concrete step that follows the Budapest Summit organized last April with Matteo Salvini, Viktor Orbán and Mateusz Morawiecki. The Charter of Values, reads a note from the League, was signed by the parties that are part of the ‘Identity and Democracy’ (Id) and ‘Conservative’ (Ecr) groups, plus Fidesz, which has left the EPP and is part of the not enrolled. They signed the document: ID – Lega (Italy) – RN (France) – FPOE (Austria) – Vlaams Belang (Belgium) – DPP (Denmark) – Ekre (Estonia) – PS (Finland) ECR – PiS (Poland) – VoX (Spain) – FdI (Italy) – JA21 (Netherlands) – EL (Greece) – PNT-CD (Romania) – LLRA-KSS (Lithuania) – VMRO (Bulgaria) NOT REGISTERED – Fidesz (Hungary).
“The League has signed a Charter of Values to imagine a future of Europe based on freedom and identity rather than on bureaucracy and homologation” says Lega leader Matteo Salvini. “The document, signed by parties that are part of three different political groups in the EU Parliament, it is another step to build a solid, enlarged and alternative alliance to the illiberal left, taxes and wild immigration ”.