European Free Alliance MEPs sit in a joint European parliamentary group with the Greens.
EFA Members of the European Parliament are members of the Greens/European Free Alliance Group in the European Parliament, forming a common parliamentary group since the European elections of 1999.
The European Free Alliance (EFA) draws together political parties fighting for democracy and self-determination for the stateless nations and regions of Europe. We are committed to democratic, constitutional and peaceful means. EFA's work and campaigning is underpinned by the core principles of social justice and equality.
The six EFA MEPs have been elected from Catalonia, Scotland, Wales, and Latvia.
EFA MEPs are present in many of the European Parliament's delegations. The Parliament has over 40 delegations which aim at maintaining contacts with parliaments of partner States of the European Union and also at promoting in third countries the values on which the European Union is founded.
EFA MEPs are active in many of the European Parliament's important committees, covering a range of policy areas.