PLS 120 Ahlia University Electoral Performance of Conservative Political Party Paper

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Electoral Performance of the Conservative Political Party Group across the European Union
(1994 – 2019)

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Introduction
Conservatism can be described as a social or political philosophy that advocates or
promotes traditional social institutions. Conservatism has property rights, tradition, authority,
hierarchy, and organic society as its central tenets. The role of Conservatism is to seek the
promotion and preservation of property rights and social institutions such as parliamentary
government and religion for the purpose of promoting social continuity and stability. The
conservative group in the EU has gone through many transformations in its history. The goal of
this essay is to trace and discuss the performance of the Conservative Political Group in elections
across the EU. But first, a brief description of the EU, the EP (European Parliament) and political
parties are provided below.
Brief Description of the European Union
The EU comprises of nations primarily located in Europe. European citizenship and the
EU were established by the 1993 Maastricht Treaty1. However, its origins can be traced to the
European Economic Community and the European Steel and Coal Community (established by
the 1951 Paris Treaty and the 1957 Rome Treaty). The union has a single internal market that
was developed through standardized laws that apply to all member nations. However,
standardized laws apply only to matters where member states have agreed to collaborate or act
like one. The purpose of the EU policies is to facilitate the free movement of capital, goods,
people, and services within the developed common market, maintain mutual policies in matters

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Ene, C. and Micu, A., 2013. European Union citizenship from 1993 to 2013 and after.
European Journal of Science and Theology, 9(2), pp.55-64.

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such as trade, regional development, fisheries, and agriculture, and enact justice and home affairs
legislation2.
Membership to the union is open to any country that meets membership conditions.
However, a country that wishes to join the European Union goes through a very rigorous and
complex procedure. Upon application and meet all conditions, the applicant country is expected
to implement EU regulations and rules in all its areas. Popularly described as "Copenhagen
criteria," these conditions include: “acceptance of EU legislation, a free market economy, respect
for the rule of law, and stable democracy”3. The first step to becoming an EU member involves
submitting an application for membership to the EU Council. The Commission then assesses
whether the applicant country meets the Copenhagen criteria. If the assessment returns a positive
verdict, a negotiating mandate must be agreed upon by the Council on a subject-by-subject basis.
Because European Union regulations and rules are huge in volume, negotiations usually take a
very long time to complete. During the pre-accession period, however, countries are assisted
technically, administratively, and financially.
The original members of the European Union were only six, and they were referred to as
the European Communities. These Countries were the Netherlands, Belgium, West Germany,

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Ene, C. and Micu, A., 2013. European Union citizenship from 1993 to 2013 and after.
European Journal of Science and Theology, 9(2), pp.55-64.

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Saatçioğlu, B., 2009. How closely does the European Union’s membership conditionality
reflect the Copenhagen criteria? Insights from Turkey. Turkish Studies, 10(4), pp.559576.

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Luxembourg, Italy, and France4. Currently, the EU has a membership of 27 countries. With the
ascension of other states into the European Union, these European Communities have grown in
size, and they have had a number of successors over the years. Additionally, the European Union
has grown in strength a...


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