European Liberal Democrats will meet for their 37th Congress this week in Warsaw and bring together over 800 of delegates, party leaders and decision makers from our 60 member parties from all across Europe. Find in this article an overview of the key highlights from this year’s Congress.
We are proud to launch the fourth edition of the ALDE Party Congress application for smartphones and tablets. Available for both Android and iOS, the features of the application have been designed to help you have a smooth Congress experience in Warsaw from 1 to 3 December 2016. Install today!
After 17 months of leading a one-party minority government (ALDE Party member Venstre) Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen announced on Sunday 27 November he had agreed to form a new coalition government with the Liberal Alliance and the Conservative party, the ‘three-leaf clover’ government.
Last week the new Prime Minister Jüri Ratas, of ALDE Party meember Centerr Party (Keskerakond) gave his oath of office and announced the ministers in the newly appointed government of Estonia. Next to the office of Prime Minister, Keskerakond will occupy four ministerial posts.
One of major highlights of the ALDE Party Congress is the election of 3 ALDE Party Vice Presidents and a new Treasurer, who will join ALDE Party President Hans van Baalen MEP in his 11-member Bureau. Read more to see who are the nominated candidates and their personal statements.
To support the growing development of ALDE Party’s individual membership, we are now looking for an Individual Membership Engagement Intern to join the ALDE Party Secretariat in Brussels. Apply by 5 December and help us with the management of political projects and organisation of events.