The European Free Alliance (EFA) Group in the European Parliament is made up of MEPs representing Europe’s stateless nations, regions and minorities.
Over the 2014 -2019 Parliamentary term, EFA MEPs have come from Catalonia, Galicia, Latvia, Basque Country, Scotland, Valencia and Wales.
The work of EFA MEPs has covered a wide range of policy areas, guided by the following principles:
The report is intended to give a brief overview of some of the highlights of the group’s work during this parliamentary term. You can check it here.
This news item was originally published on the website of the EFA Group in the European Parliament.
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