Western European Political Parties: A Comprehensive Guide
In this reference work factual data is combined with an analysis of all Western European political parties. Parties are grouped on a country-by-country basis, with an analytical introductory section describing the national political context in each country. Both EC and non-EC countries are covered. The reference data covers: contact information, leadership, membership, history, level and character of electoral support, organizational structure, policies and personalities. There is also a section providing similar treatment for international party groupings.
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Denmark Francis Jacobs
France David Lowe
Greece Maria Mendrinou
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