madrid - The party of the French President Emmanuel Macron, La République and Marche, wants to cooperate with the liberal ALDE group in the European Parliament, which includes the VVD and D66. Astrid Panosyan, a confidant of Macron, said Friday that he would like to work together at the party conference of the ALDE in Madrid 'for a better Europe.'
Vice President Sophie in 't Veld (D66) is happy. 'It is important now that we join forces, for a strong progressive, liberal and pro-European sound in the political arena. It is time that we no longer let ourselves be defended by nationalists. 'The door for, for example, the Greens or Liberal Christian Democrats to join is open, according to the politician.