European election of 2014 - 165 signatures of the Free Software pact

The Free Software Pact initiative aims to inform candidates during the electoral campaign. By signing the Pact (PDF), candidates are letting voters know who in their constituency have recognised the issues affecting Free Software and have pledged to promote and protect associated freedoms. The Free Software Pact to be filed by candidates is available.

You can also participate by registering as a volunteer, by "adopting" a candidate or by taking charge of a constituency.

34 out of 100 candidates elected are signatories.

16 volunteers are participating and 165 candidates signed the pact. Want to participate? Read the Wiki.

We have signatories there : Belgium (Belgique/België) (4), Finland (Suomi) (11), France (France) (86), Germany (Deutschland) (19), Greece (Ελλάδα) (2), Italy (Italia) (10), Latvia (Latvija) (4), Luxembourg (Luxemburg/Lëtzebuerg) (1), Netherlands (Nederland) (6), Portugal (Portugal) (1), Slovakia (Slovensko) (2), Slovenia (Slovenija) (2), Spain (España) (13), Sweden (Sverige) (1), United Kingdom (United Kingdom) (3), ...

Political Groups with candidates having signed the pact: Unknown / Not specified (93) Greens-EFA (The Greens-European Free Alliance) (40) S&D (Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats) (17) GUE-NGL (European United Left-Nordic Green Left) (10) ALDE (Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe) (3) EPP (European People's Party) (2)