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Become member to organise these ideas, this party new Anyone wishing to become a member of the Radical Party, or requiring further information, should complete the form that can be found on this page, cut it out and send it to one of the following addresses, or use the stamped envelope enclosed in this journal. Budapest Radikalis Part, Tanacs Krt 9/IX 1075 Budapest tel 36/1/1229497 fax 36/1/1226828 (languages spoken: English, Italian and Hungarian) Brussels Parti Radical, Rue Belliard 97, 113 Rem 508 1040 Brussels tel 32/2/2304121-2843173 fax 32/2/2303670 (Languages spoken: English, French and Portuguese) Rome Partito Radicale, Via di Torre Argentina 76 00186 Roma tel 39/6/689791 fax 39/6/6545396 telex 610495 PRLIFE I (Languages spoken: French, English, Spanish, Italian) Prague Radikalni strana, Krakovska 9 110 00 Prague tel/fax 42/2/2361445 (Languages spoken: Italian, English, Czech, Slovack, Russian) Moscow Radikalnaja Partija Nagatinskaja Nabereznaja, 58, kp2, kv 119 117133 Moska tel/fax 70/95/1176895 (Languages spoken: English, French and Russian) ---- TO BECOME A MEMBER In those countries with non-convertible currencies, or where transfers abroad cannot be made, fees can be paid through international reply coupons, postal orders, bank cheques or cash, to the addresses above. For all other countries payment can be made by: - crossed cheque or postal order made out to PARTITO RADICALE and addressed to PARTITO RADICALE Via di Torre Argentina 76 00186 Roma - bank transfer to current account number 10/504169 in the name of PARTITO RADICALE at Istituto Bancario San Paolo di Torino, Rome branch. ---- Radical Party membership fees The XXXV Radical Party Congress, held in Budapest in 1989, decided that the "minimum membership fee should be equal to 1% of the pro-capita Gross Domestic Product for the country of residence". This calculation for the minimum fee applies only in those countries which are members of the World Bank and that have market economies. In other countries this calculation would produce fees that compared unfavourably with local average incomes, being proportionately three to four times higher. For these latter countries, a minimum provisional fee has been fixed; it will remain provisional until all criteria have been examined and considered in terms of what has been established by the statute. It has, therefore, been possible to fix the minmum fees, in local currency, only in the following cases: Andorra 444 French francs Austria 2,215 schillings Belgium 6,200 Belgian francs Vatican City 208,000 Italian Lire Denmark 1,480 Danish crowns Finland 983 Finnish marks France 1,090 French francs Germany (lander Rheinland-Pfalz, Baden-Würtemberg, Bayern, Bremen, Hamburg, Hessen, Niedersachsen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Saarland, Schleswig-Holstein) 379 German marks Greece 10,453 dracma Ireland 61 sterling Iceland 267 dollars Italy 208,000 Italian Lire Liechtenstein 231 Swiss francs Luxemburg 7,100 Belgian francs Malta 21 Maltese lire Monaco 613 French francs Norway 1,568 Norwegian crowns Holland 331 Dutch florins Portugal 6,451 escudos United Kingdom 91 sterling San Marino 208,000 Italian lire Spain 10,450 pesetas Sweden 1,495 Swedish crowns Switzerland 447 Swiss francs Turkey 47,081 Turkish lire For these other countries the "provisional figures" (in local currency) are the following. Albania 71 lek, Bulgaria 58 Lev, Czechoslovakia 365 Czechoslovak crowns, Germany (lander Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringen) 225 German marks, Poland 73,000 zloty, Romania 365 lei, Hungary 730 Hungarian florins, Yugoslavia 365 dinars, USSR 25 roubles. From initial information we have received we foresee, that after all criteria has been considered in the next few weeks, these "provisional figures" will have to be significantly increased.