Democratic Coalition

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Democratic Coalition may refer to:

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A democratic coalition is a post-election coalition of political parties agreeing on a fundamentally pro-democracy attitude.[citation needed]

However, the phrase is more often used for electoral alliances of political parties that will often tend to a social liberal agenda, but in some deviating cases are eminently left- or even right-wing. In a number of cases, the coalition integrated into a single political party, yet retaining the name.[citation needed]

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