National Liberal Party (Romania)
The Partidul Naţional Liberal (National Liberal Party) is a conservative liberal political party in Romania. It is a "historical" renewed liberal party in Romania. The party was founded in 1875. In 2022. it was the third biggest party in Romania with 65 seats in Parliament and 18.6% of the vote. .In the National Liberal Party has joined a coalition with the Social Democrat Party called "Social Liberal Union" which fell in 2014. On 26 July 2014, The Democratic Liberal Party formed a alliance with the National Liberal Party , the alliance was named ACL.
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