Members

DiEM25 currently has more than 122000 members in more than 195 countries and territories. Here are some of them.

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DiEM25 presents a new political language, at once progressive, democratic, and rational, committed to Internationalism and the idea of a free and united Europe. We need to act, now more than ever.

‐ Dominik Leusder - writer, political economist.

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Our democrativ system in Europe needs to evolve for it to be more effective and alluring than the pseudo-simple offerings of the right. Let's design a European democracy that is transparent, fair for all humans and agile enough to face the future.

‐ Alexander Zacherl, Game Designer & Entrepreneur

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I support DIEM 25 because we share the same dream: fix Europe. Its collapse would be the best gift tax evading transnationals working against ecology could dream of. Status quo is not an option. Let's choose hope and work for radical democracy, in Europe.

‐ Julien Bayou, spokesperson for Europe Ecology The Greens (EELV)

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DiEM25 is a chance to mobilise Europeans to reclaim their democracy. For too long we've been told that Europe is the business of technocrats, diplomats and lobbyists. We're going to tell them that to survive, Europe must be the business of democrats.

‐ Samuel Hufton, activist and student of King's College London

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For a peaceful Europe on the basis of transparency, democracy and just economics. Against national movements and neo-liberal globalization as well. And to initiate processes of just economy and worth living peaceful relations in all countries.

‐ Peter Rödler

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The dream of a Europe unit, as suggested by Spinelli, Schuman, Adenauer, De Gasperi and the other founding fathers can not and must not be broken. We are living difficult times but right now we have to rediscover the value of being together.

‐ CARLO ALBANESE,I am a doctor of economics, active on environmental issues and the green economy

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