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Russian Legislative Election, 2007 - Parties - Party Breakdown
... ballots were Agrarian Party of Russia Citizens' Force Democratic Party of Russia Communist Party of the Russian Federation Union of Rightist Forces Russian Social ... party, led by the Speaker of the Federation Council of Russia Sergey Mironov, and the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (whose candidates included Andrei Lugovoi, wanted in the UK for the ... The liberal democratic opposition was represented by the free-market Union of Rightist Forces, the more socially minded Yabloko, and Civilian Power representing right liberal ideology, none of which won any seats ...
Italian Fascism - Doctrine
... dictatorship, it retained the original “liberal democratic” government façade the Grand Council of Fascism remained active as administrators and King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy could ... standards under a single-party Fascist system, than under the multi-party liberal democratic government of 1920 ... third was proportionately shared among the other parties — thus the Fascist manipulation of liberal democratic law that rendered Italy a single-party State ...
Cristian Preda - Public and Political Career
... At the beginning of 2009, Cristian Preda decides to became a member of Liberal Democratic Party ... on the 4th position in the list of Liberal Democratic Party for the European Parliament elections on June 7, 2009 ... In June, 2012, Cristian Preda became a prime-vice president of Liberal Democratic Party ...
Solidarnost
... Russian for "Solidarity", named after the Polish Solidarność) is a Russian liberal democratic political movement founded on 13 December 2008 by a number of well ...

Famous quotes containing the words democratic and/or liberal:

    That’s free enterprise, friends: freedom to gamble, freedom to lose. And the great thing—the truly democratic thing about it—is that you don’t even have to be a player to lose.
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)

    ... liberal intellectuals ... tend to have a classical theory of politics, in which the state has a monopoly of power; hoping that those in positions of authority may prove to be enlightened men, wielding power justly, they are natural, if cautious, allies of the “establishment.”
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)