Liberalno-demokratska partija

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Liberal Democratic Party of Serbia
Logo of the LDP
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Party leader Čedomir Jovanović
vice-chairman Nataša Mićić
Nebojša Ranđelović
Nenad Milić
Jelena Prvanov
founding November 5, 2005
Place of foundation Belgrade
Headquarters Ulica Simina 41
11000 Belgrade
Alignment liberalism
Colours) Red White
Number of members 75,000
Minimum age 18 years

The Liberal Democratic Party ( Serbian : Либерално-демократска партија, Liberalno-demokratska partija) is a Serbian party founded on November 5, 2005 , of which Čedomir Jovanović is chairman .

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The strictly pro-western party is the only party represented in the Serbian parliament to accept Kosovo's independence . She was also an observer in the Liberal International and an associate member of the ALDE party until February 2019 .


In the parliamentary elections in Serbia in 2007 , she and several smaller organizations with which the LDP had entered into a list alliance received 5.31 percent of the votes cast. The alliance was able to win 15 seats in the Serbian parliament , 6 of which went to the LDP. In April 2007 the GSS (Citizens' Union of Serbia), which had been independent until then, joined the LDP, which means that it now has 9 seats in parliament.

In the parliamentary elections held on May 11, 2008 , the party received 5.24% of the vote and 13 seats in parliament.

Individual evidence

  2. ^ Norbert Rütsche: Independent Serbs . In: Der Tagesspiegel, March 25, 2008