Liberal Democratic Party

Liberal Democratic Party and Liberal Democrats have been names for dozens of political parties around the world that usually have the ideology of liberal democracy.

Current parties with that name include:

  • Afghanistan — Liberal Democratic Party of Afghanistan
  • Angola — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Australia — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Bangladesh — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Belarus — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Belgium — Flemish Liberals and Democrats
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Croatia — Croatian People's Party - Liberal Democrats
  • Cuba — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Czech Republic — LIDEM – Liberal Democrats
  • El Salvador — Liberal Democratic Party
  • European Union — European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party
  • France — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Germany — Free Democratic Party (Germany), sometimes mistranslated as Liberal Democratic Party
  • Italy — Liberal Democrats; Pact of Liberal Democrats
  • Japan — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Macedonia — Liberal Democratic Party (Republic of Macedonia)
  • Malaysia — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Moldova — Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova; Liberal Democratic Party of Pridnestrovie
  • Mozambique — Liberal Democratic Party of Mozambique
  • Netherlands — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Portugal — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Republic of Macedonia — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Russia — Liberal Democratic Party of Russia
  • Serbia — Liberal Democratic Party (Serbia 1989), Liberal Democratic Party (Serbia 2005)
  • Slovenia — Liberal Democracy of Slovenia
  • Sweden — Liberal Democrats (Gothenburg); Liberal Democrats—Bard; Liberal Democrats—Dougherty (all minor parties)
  • Sudan — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Turkey — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Ukraine — Liberal Democratic Party of Ukraine
  • United Kingdom — Liberal Democrats
  • Uzbekistan — Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party

Defunct parties of the name include:

  • Chile — Liberal Democratic Party
  • East Germany — Liberal Democratic Party of Germany
  • France — Liberal Democracy
  • Hong Kong — Liberal Democratic Federation
  • Kenya — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Lithuania — Liberal Democratic Party
  • Romania — Liberal Democratic Party
  • South Korea — United Liberal Democrats
  • Turkey — Liberal Democrat Party (Turkey)

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Famous quotes containing the words party, liberal and/or democratic:

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