Party groups

The Nordic Council's elected members can form party groups. A party group must consist of at least four members and have representatives from at least two countries.

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    Party groups

    Conservative Group
    The Conservative Group has members representing 7 national member parties from the five Nordic countries and from the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland.
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    Conservative People's Party of Denmark - Det Konservative Folkeparti (KF)
    Faroese People's Party - Fólkaflokkurin (Ff)
    Conservative Party of Norway - Høyre (H)
    Moderate Coalition of Åland
    The Moderate Coalition of Åland is a centre-right political party. The party was founded in 1967 and adopted its current name in 2013 following a merger with the Moderates of Åland and the Non-aligned Coalition.
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    The Moderate Party (M)
    The Moderates are Sweden's second largest party, and the largest party in the conservative coalition alliance. The Moderates have held the prime minister post since 2006.
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    Non-aligned Coalition (Obunden samling (ObS))
    National Coalition Party of Finland - Kokoomus (saml)
    Independence Party of Iceland - Sjálfstæðisflokkurinn (Sj.)
    The Social Democrat Group
    The Social Democrat Group is the largest party group on the Nordic Council and consists of representatives of parties in all the Nordic countries, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland.
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    Norwegian Labour Party (A)
    Finland's Social Democratic Party (sd)
    The Social Democrats are one of Finland's largest parties. The most recent Social Democratic President of Finland was Tarja Halonen, 2000-2012.
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    Javnaðarflokkurin (Jvfl.)
    Social Democratic Party (Samfylkingin (Sf) – Iceland)
    Siumut (S)
    Åland Social Democrats (ÅSD)
    Åland's Social Democratic party is the oldest party in Åland, with roots going back to 1906.
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    Social Democrats (S)
    The Danish party the Social Democrats was established in 1871. Today it is Denmark's second largest party.
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    Swedish Social Democratic Party (S)
    Centre Group
    The Centre Group in the Nordic Council represents members and substitutes from the Nordic countries, and from the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland, who belong to the central Liberal, Green and Christian Democratic member parties.
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    Flokkur fólksins – Flf (People’s Party, Iceland)
    Miðflokkurinn – Mifl (Centre Party, Iceland)
    Future of Åland (ÅF)
    Åland Centre (ÅC)
    Åland Centre has been the party in with the most seats (7 out of 30) in the Åland parliament since the election of 2011. Åland Centre has two ministerial posts in the Åland government.
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    Atassut (A)
    Björt framtíð (BF)
    Centre Party of Finland (cent)
    Centre Party (C)
    The Centre Party of Sweden is a political party with a green liberal ideology. Important issues for the Centre Party are employment and business, the climate and welfare.
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    De Gröna (gröna)
    The Democrats (D)
    The Democrats (Demokraatit) is a liberal political party in Greenland.
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    Framsókn (Progress Party, Faroe Islands)
    Progressive Party (Framsóknarflokkurinn (Frfl) – Iceland)
    Hållbart Initiativ
    Hållbart Initiativ
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    Christian Democrats (KD)
    The Christian Democrats are a political party in Sweden. The party stands for Christian values and profiles itself especially on issues related to health, care, family and business.
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    Christian Democrats in Finland (kd)
    Kristeligt Folkeparti (KrF)
    Liberal Alliance (LA)
    Swedish Liberal Party (L)
    Liberals for Åland (Lib)
    The Liberals for Åland is a liberal political party of the Åland Islands. In the elections in 2007 the party was the largest in Åland but in the last election in 2011 the party's electoral support dropped significantly. Today the party has 6 out of 30 seats in the Åland parliament and is in opposition.
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    Green Party (MP)
    The Green Party is a political party in Sweden that stands for green values. In addition to climate issues, the party also focuses on migration, education and employment.
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    Miðflokkurin (Mfl.)
    Partii Inuit
    Danish Social Liberal Party (Det Radikale Venstre (RV))
    The Cooperation Party
    Union Party (Sambandsflokkurin) (sb)
    Centre Party (Senterpartiet) (Sp)
    Sjálvstýrisflokkurin (Sjfl.)
    Swedish People's Party (sv)
    The Swedish People's Party aims to preserve the status of the Swedish language in Finland and to take care of the interests of Finland-Swedes. The party has been in government since 1979 with one or two ministerial posts.
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    Denmark's Liberal Party (Venstre) (V)
    Venstre (V), The Liberal Party of Norway
    Viðreisn – The Reform Party
    Viðreisn (Vi) was founded on 24 May 2016. The party entered the Icelandic parliament for the first time after the general election in autumn 2016. Viðreisn is part of the Centre Group.
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    Nordic Freedom
    The Nordic Freedom Group on the Nordic Council brings together members and substitutes from Denmark, Finland and Sweden. The Group supports freedom, democracy and the idea of ​​independent nation states.
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    Danish People’s Party (DF)
    True Finns (Sannfinländarna)
    Sweden Democrats (SD)
    The Sweden Democrats are a nationalistic and social conservative political party. The party was elected to the Swedish parliament for the first time in 2010.
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    Nordic Green Left
    The Nordic Green Left party group on the Nordic Council consists of members and substitutes belonging to left-wing parties from Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland. The Group has members from eight different parties.
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    The Alternative (ALT)
    For Danes who want to build a green, sustainable, democratic, socially just and entrepreneurial world.
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    Red-Green Alliance of Denmark (Enhedslisten EL)
    Inuit Ataqatigiit (IA)
    Red Party (R)
    Socialist People's Party of Denmark (Socialistisk Folkeparti (SF))
    The Socialist Left Party of Norway (Sosialistisk Venstreparti (SV))
    Tjóðveldi (T)
    Left Alliance (vänst)
    Left Alliance (fi. Vasemmistoliitto) is a left-wing party whose values are equality, freedom and sustainable development. It is the fifth largest party in Finland.
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    Vänsterpartiet (V)
    Left-Green Movement (Vinstrihreyfingin - grænt framboð (VG) – Iceland)
    Vinstrihreyfingin – grænt framboð (Left-Green Movement, Iceland)
    Unaffiliated Political Parties (outside the main Party Groups)
    Blue Reform
    The Progressive Party (FRP)
    Hreyfingin (Hr)
    Naleraq (GL)
    The separatist political party of Greenland - Nunatta Qitornai
    The separatist political party of Greenland - Nunatta Qitornai
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    Nye Borgerlige (NB)