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Confederation of the Greens

Confederation of the Greens
Confederación de los Verdes
Leader Joan Oms, Joan Francesc Peris
Founded 23 September 1984
Headquarters C/ Imagen 6-4º Sevilla
Ideology Green politics
International affiliation Global Greens
Colours Green
Website
.info.verdeswww
Politics of Spain
Political parties
Elections

The Confederation of the Greens (Spanish: Confederación de los Verdes; frequently simply Los Verdes, The Greens) is a green political party in Spain. In the late spring of 1983, a group of Spanish environmental activists met with Petra Kelly in Puerto de la Cruz (Tenerife) in Second II the Ecological and Nature Film Festival and wrote what we consider founding manifesto of the Greens, that would build, the following year, in the constitution of the Confederation of the Greens as a political party. 30 years after that manifesto, the Confederation of Spanish Greens ratify, fully, on the need for the existence of a Green political organization that unites and drives in a unified and coordinated throughout the Spanish State and the within the European Union, alternative programs and green parties which work, day after day, in municipalities and regions.

See also

External links

  • Official Website of Los Verdes
  • 2013, 30 years after the Manifesto of Tenerife
  • Historia de Los Verdes de León

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