I was reading a list of some political parties and one of them supports the idea of "Pro-Europeanism". What is that and is it supported by a lot of people?

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Pro-Europeanism is a political category applied to a person, a party or an organization supporting the idea of European integration, mainly though not exclusively through the European Union (EU). Pro-Europeans or pro-Europeanists generally support further integration, specifically in the context of political argument over the current and future status of the EU and its policies.

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However, Main goal of pre-European parties depends where they are.

In EU, pro-European political parties support the Idea of EU. They may think about some modernization but not leaving this union.

In east European non-EU countries (like Georgia, Ukraine etc) pro-European political parties saying that country should became member of EU and government should do everything for that.

In central European non-EU countries (like Switzerland, Norway) such political parties support more integration to EU but not necessary becoming member.

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  • Welcome to the site! Your first paragraph has "(wiki)" at the end, which I assume means it's in some way sourced from Wikipedia. Would you mind changing that to a link so that other users can more conveniently evaluate your source? – Kamil Drakari Sep 13 at 15:28

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