ProDG ( Pro Deutschsprachige Gemeinschaft ), is a regionalist  and Christian democratic political party active in the German-speaking community of Belgium . The party brings together politicians from the previous Party of German-speaking Belgians (PDB) and PJU parties. The party Was FORMED in 2008 and first featured on the electoral ballot in 2009. Following the 2009 regional election , the party won four out of 25 seats in the Parliament and participated in the Regional Government of the German-speaking Community of Belgiumwith two Ministers .  In the2014 regional election , the party won six seats and its leader Oliver Paasch became the new minister-president. 
The party was formally a member of the European Free Alliance . 
German-speaking Community Parliament
|Election year||# of votes||% of votes||# of seats won||+/-||Notes|
|2009||6.553||17.5 (# 4)||
|In coalition with SP & PFF|
|2014||8.355||22.2 (# 2)||
|2||In coalition with SP & PFF|
Results for the German-speaking electoral college .
|Election year||# of overall votes|| % of electoral
|# of electoral
college seats won
|2009||3,897||10.1 (# 5)||
|2014||5,113||13.2 (# 5)||
- Jump up^ Prodg.be: Menschen bei ProDG
- ^ Jump up to: a b Parts and Elections in Europe: by Wolfram Nordsieck
- Jump up^ FUEN Members: Regionalpartei ProDG.
- Jump up^ Régis Dandoy; Arjan Schakel (19 November 2013). Regional and National Elections in Western Europe: Territoriality of the Vote in Thirteen Countries . Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 54-. ISBN 978-1-137-02544-9 .
- Jump up^ flandersnews.be June 12, 2009, Agreement Coalition in German-speaking Belgium ArchivedJune 18, 2009, at theWayback Machine.
- Jump up^ Paasch nieuwe minister-president van Duitstalige regering
- Jump up^ http://www.efa.org/fileadmin/user_upload/documents/184.108.40.206_EFA-THE-INTERNATIONALISM.pdf