The Swedish Pirate Party has now presented its list for the upcoming elections to the European Union. The list is led by Christian Engström and Amelia Andersdotter, the party’s two current parliamentarians.
We will be bringing you updates from the German Pirate Party’s Second General Assembly in Bremen 30 November – 1 December 2013. Check back regularly to find out who has been elected to what post and what policies and motions…
On the weekend of 30 November – 1 December 2013 the Pirate Party of Germany will be holding its second general assembly of the year in the Hanseatic city state of Bremen. This follows on from the meeting in Neumarkt in May 2013 and the national elections held in September 2013.
The Estonian Pirate did not achieve stunning results in the local elections but for a first appearance on the political scene they have done well having adopted a tactic that may be useful for other Pirate Parties. They joined coalitions with other parties with similar policies.
The Spanish Pirate Confederation has been was born. Last week, representatives from five different Pirate Parties in Spain (Andalusia, Extremadura, Galicia, Madrid, Catalonia and La Rioja) signed up to the official statutes of the new political grouping
by consensus , European Pirates adopted a common political agenda in Athens. “PPEU Athens 2013” will be remembered for the formulation of a first ever common Pirate programme.
The Czech Pirate Party is thanking voters who helped them treble their vote to 2.66% of the vote since the last elections in 2010.
European Pirates are building the foundations of a pioneering movement, one that is unique in history, by compiling a common political agenda that links pirate ideology to real life. After the manifesto of the European Pirate Party (PPEU) in Warsaw, Pirates…
Following the collapse of the government of the tiny European country of Luxembourg, due to a spying scandal, early elections were called and took place on 20 October 2013. The Pirate Party of Luxembourg was hoping to get 2% of the vote, in their first ever election and were overjoyed to see their share of the vote reaching the 2.94% over all and 3.37% in the north of the country.
The Pirate Party of Luxembourg were hoping to get 2% of the vote, in their first ever election and were overjoyed to see their share of the vote reaching the 2.94% over all and 3.37% in the north of the country. This was not enough to get a seat but the Pirate Party is now a serious force in the political scene.