A STRONG EUROPE
The FEDERAL EUROPE party (full name European Patriotic Federalist Social Party) develops branches in each core European countries in order to seize power in those countries.
The party must have authority over the program, strategy, leadership and organisation of country branches in order to convince voters that it is an organised and powerful European movement in the position to unify the core of Europe politically.
The federal leader of the party has to campaign in each core European country with the country leader of the party to embody European political authority over country political authority.
It is the country party leader who will candidate for executive power in the core European countries.
Within the core European countries the main political targets are France and Germany.
Once elected as chief of the executive, the first duty of a country party leader will be to ask the other core countries leaders of Europe to adopt the Federal Constitutional project.
If part or totality of the other core countries refuse, the elected country party leader will support the party FEDERAL EUROPE with diplomatic, economic, financial, media and human means to speed up seizure of power by the FEDERAL EUROPE party in the core countries which refused.
A core country which refuses to accept the proposal will experience pressure to proceed to new elections because of the tremendous impact that such a proposal on the part of France or Germany will have on the other core countries' political life.
The FEDERAL EUROPE party leader is elected by the party members. He is called the European party leader.
The European party leader selects the country party leaders (together with the country party members) and selects the regional party leaders (together with the country party leader). He also selects his staff consisting in a training leader, a media leader, an administrative/financial leader and a security leader.
Party members must receive an ideological and political training.
Party members must accept the party basic tenets and the party hierarchy.
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