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Despite their central function, political parties do not play a major role in EU democracy support programmes. In this report, ENoP argues in favour of increased support for political parties in partner countries. While support for civil society organisations and other seemingly politically neutral actors is important, ENoP argues that this alone does not suffice to support the construction and consolidation of a functioning multi-party democracy. Due to their unique role in democratic society, political parties cannot be neglected if support for democracy is to deliver sustainable results.

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