New Democracy Party (Portugal)
|New Democracy Party|
|Founded||18 June 2003|
|Assembly of the Republic|
|Politics of Portugal
New Democracy Party (Portuguese: Partido da Nova Democracia, pronounced: [pɐɾˈtidu dɐ ˈnɔvɐ dɨmukɾɐˈsiɐ]) is a liberal conservative political party in Portugal without parliamentary representation. In voting ballots its name appears only as New Democracy, with the acronym unchanged. It is a new party which resulted from Manuel Monteiro separation from the Democratic and Social Centre – People's Party. The party is a member of the EUDemocrats. Manuel Monteiro eventually would leave the party in 2009, which is now led by Joel Viana.
- (Portuguese) New Democracy Party official web site
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