EPP Congress history timeline:
The EPP Congress in Zagreb elected Donald Tusk as its new President, elected its new Presidency and approved the resolution 'EPP vision for a sustainable planet'.
In Helsinki, the EPP elected its Spitzenkandidat for the European elections of 2019, and adopted 9 resolutions and 4 policy papers.
In St. Julian's, Malta, the EPP adopted 13 resolutions and 4 emergency resolutions. The Congress adopted the document "Europe secures our Future" as well.
Adopted emergency resolution on migration and Congress document.
Elected Jean-Claude Juncker as common EPP candidate and approved the "Action Programme" and the "Electoral Manifesto" ahead of the European Parliament elections
Approved the new “Party Platform" and "Manifesto”
Approved the document “Moving Europe Forward”
Approved the document “The Social Market Economy in a Globalised World”.
Approved the “Strong for the People” EPP Election Manifesto. Endorsed José Manuel BARROSO as its candidate for a second term as Commission President.
Approved the “Rome Manifesto".
Main objective was to prepare for the European Elections. The “Action Program 2004-2009" was approved.
Prepared for the Constitution process, and declared that EU needed “A Constitution for a strong Europe”. EDU formally merged with EPP.
Revisited its roots, and adopted the working document “A Union of Values”.
Outlined its new vision for Europe, “On the Way to the 21st Century”. EUCD formally merged with EPP.
Approved the document “We are all Part of One World”.
Hosted under the thematic slogan “EPP- Force of the Union”.
Adopted the action program, “Europe 2000: Unity in Diversity”.
Discussed, drafted, and approved the EPP “Basic Programme”.
Faced a new political landscape and published “A federal constitution for the European Union”.
Prepared for another European Election and approved the document “On the Side of the Citizens”.
Focused on Economic Development and Environmental Problems.
Formulated the EPP Action Program.
Under the slogan “Preserve Peace – Create Peace – Unite Europe”.
Discussed the overall theme “The Christian Democrats in the Eighties – securing Freedom and Peace Completing Europe”.
Decided the electoral platform for the first direct elections to the European Parliament.
Adopted the EPP’s political program.