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PDG+PJU=ProDGEdit

It's WP practice to have an article for a political party, whether historical or contemporary. This article 'ProDG' links under 'PDB' to Party of German-speaking Belgians, a party that (according to my information) had cooperated with the PJU (not linked in this article, assumedly a political group as yet without its own article), and in 2008 these formed the ProDG party. PDB is a disambiguation page that mentions "Partei der deutschsprachigen Belgier, the Party of German-speaking Belgians", properly linked. But that page is a redirect to ProDG. Thus, also the link from ProDG simply arrives at... ProDG). Best create stub articles for the full names of PDB (and PJU in case the group existed apart from having shared an electoral list with the PDB, which would allow a link in ProDG also under PJU) — or else, simply mention the full names for PDB and PJU with their abbreviation between parentheses - f.y.i.: PJU = Parteilosen Jugendlichen Unabhängigen which allows a translation as Young Independents without Party and originated from 'Juropa'.​▲ SomeHuman 2011-02-05 22:06 (UTC)

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