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Coalition for Europe

Coalition for Europe (Spanish: Coalición por Europa, CpE) is a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 2014 and in 2009 made up from regionalist parties.

Its notable components in the 2014 list were:

In 2009 the list obtained a 5.1% of the votes and 2 seats. Its notable components in the 2009 list were:

It was the successor to the 2004 list Galeusca - Pueblos de Europa, but in 2009 did not include the Galician Nationalist Bloc.

The list won two seats in the 2009 elections.

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