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==History==
 
==History==
  
The party was registered as a political party on 24 March 2020. It was founded by [[T.L.]] and [[Imrich Kvajda]]. T.L. became President of the party. First big win for the party was election of T.L. as the head of [[Transitional State Council (Baránok)|Transitional State Council]]. Then, their candidate Kvajda won the [[Baranese presidential election, April 2020|presidential election on 3 April 2020]] and he had to leave the party as a [[President of Baránok|President]]. The party also won in parliamentary elections on 8 April 2020 with 3 seats in [[Federal Assembly of Baránok|Federal Assembly]]. They formed a coalition with [[DaC]] and T.L., the President of CDA, became the [[Prime Minister of Baránok]]. The party was shortly a member of [[Union of the Democratic Left]] coalition together with [[Republican Party (Baránok)|Republican Party]], and is currently in opposition in the [[Federal Assembly of Baránok|Federal Assembly]]. On 8 August 2020, it was renamed to the Liberal Party. On 3 December 2020, the party merged with the [[SDPB|Social Democrats]] into the [[DP|Democratic Party]].
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The party was registered as a political party on 24 March 2020. It was founded by [[T.L.]] and [[Imrich Kvajda]]. T.L. became President of the party. The first big win for the party was theelection of T.L. as the head of the [[Transitional State Council (Baránok)|Transitional State Council]]. Then, their candidate Kvajda won the [[Baranese presidential election, April 2020|presidential election on 3 April 2020]] and he had to leave the party as the [[President of Baránok|President]]{{efn|This was the only time Baranese president had to leave their party when elected.}}. The party also won in parliamentary elections on 8 April 2020 with 3 seats in [[Federal Assembly of Baránok|Federal Assembly]]. They formed a coalition with [[DaC]] and T.L., the President of CDA, became the [[Prime Minister of Baránok]]. The party was shortly a member of [[Union of the Democratic Left]] coalition together with [[Republican Party (Baránok)|Republican Party]]. On 8 August 2020, it was renamed to the Liberal Party. On 3 December 2020, the party merged with the [[SDPB|Social Democrats]] into the [[DP|Democratic Party]].
  
 
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==Electoral results==
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Latest revision as of 16:50, 26 August 2021

The Liberal Party of Baránok (or Liberals), known before 8 August 2020 as Conservative Democratic Alliance (or CDA), was a liberal political party in Baránok. It had 1 member.

Liberal Party
Liberálna Strana
PresidentT.L.
SloganFor democratic Baránok
Founded24 March 2020
Merged intoDemocratic Party
HeadquartersGoji, Federal Republic of Baránok
Membership  (2020)1
Ideology
Political positioncentre to centre-left
National affiliationUnion of the Democratic Left (2020)
Official colors     blue

History

The party was registered as a political party on 24 March 2020. It was founded by T.L. and Imrich Kvajda. T.L. became President of the party. The first big win for the party was theelection of T.L. as the head of the Transitional State Council. Then, their candidate Kvajda won the presidential election on 3 April 2020 and he had to leave the party as the President[a]. The party also won in parliamentary elections on 8 April 2020 with 3 seats in Federal Assembly. They formed a coalition with DaC and T.L., the President of CDA, became the Prime Minister of Baránok. The party was shortly a member of Union of the Democratic Left coalition together with Republican Party. On 8 August 2020, it was renamed to the Liberal Party. On 3 December 2020, the party merged with the Social Democrats into the Democratic Party.

Electoral results

Parliamentary

Election year # of votes % seats won +/- Government
Apr. 2020 6 50.0%
3 / 7
Party established coalition
Jul. 2020 5 25%
2 / 7
-25.0% opposition

Presidential

Election year Candidate % Votes Placed
Apr. 2020 #1 Imrich Kvajda 60.0% 8 votes 1st place
Apr. 2020 #2 A.H. 60.0% 4 votes 1st place

Notes

  1. This was the only time Baranese president had to leave their party when elected.