|Preceded by||Green Italy – European Greens|
|Political position||Centre-left to left-wing|
|European affiliation||European Green Party|
(FdV and Grüne)
|European Parliament group||Greens–EFA|
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Green Europe (Italian: Europa Verde, EV, Verdi) is a green and progressive coalition of political parties in Italy that took part to the 2019 European Parliament election in connection with the European Green Party.
Initially the Federation of the Greens found an agreement with Italy in Common of Federico Pizzarotti to form a list for the 2019 European Parliament election; however, in March, Pizzarotti decided to abandon the alliance with the Greens to make an agreement with More Europe. Subsequently the Greens made an agreement with Possible of Beatrice Brignone, that submitted the alliance to an internal vote among its members.
After that an article by Il Foglio reported that two candidates on the list (Giuliana Farinaro and Elvira Maria Vernengo) had received support from the Green Front (led by Vincenzo Galizia, former leader of the youth section of the Tricolour Flame), Giuseppe Civati withdrew (informally) his candidacy and suspended his election campaign.
In the EP election the list received 2.29% of the votes, thus not exceeding the 4% threshold of the italian electoral law. Civati was the most voted candidate on the list with 12,247 preferences.
The alliance is composed of the following parties:
|Federation of the Greens (FdV)||Green politics||Angelo Bonelli|
|Possible (Pos)||Progressivism||Beatrice Brignone|
|Green Italy (GI)||Green politics||Annalisa Corrado|
|Greens of South Tyrol (Grüne)||Green politics||Tobias Planer and Brigitte Foppa|
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