Pro Patria Union

The Pro Patria Union (Estonian: Isamaaliit, meaning literally "Fatherland Union") was a national conservative political party in Estonia. The party was founded on 2 December 1995 from a merger of the Estonian National Independence Party and the National Coalition Party Pro Patria.

On 4 April 2006, representatives of the Pro Patria Union and the representatives of Res Publica decided to merge the two parties. The merger was approved by the general assemblies of both parties in Pärnu on 4 June 2006. Although originally the name For Estonia (Eesti Eest) was considered for the united party, it was rejected. New party was officially registered on 15 October 2006 under the name Union of Pro Patria and Res Publica.

According to party statements, the programme was based on Christian democracy and nationalism. Together with its predecessors the Pro Patria Union was the main force behind the economic and legal reforms in the Republic of Estonia at the beginning of 1990s.

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Res Publica Party
... as a community of young conservatives, mostly associated with the Pro Patria Union party during the 1990s ... It merged with Pro Patria Union in 2006 to form the Union of Pro Patria and Res Publica ... The party was founded under the name Union for the Republic - Res Publica (Ühendus vabariigi eest - Res Publica), but was commonly referred to as simply Res Publica and changed its name to Res Publica Party ...
Pro Patria Union - In Government and Opposition
... former Chairman of the National Alliance "Pro Patria" and Prime Minister of Estonia from 1992 to 1994 was elected the new Chairman of the party on 24 ... The Pro Patria Union was a member of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) and European Democrats (EPP-ED) ... held by Tunne Kelam, the Chairman of the Pro Patria Union from 7 December 2002 to 16 April 2005 ...

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