Christian Democratic Union (Lithuania)
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The party was established as the Lithuanian Christian Democratic Union (LKDS). It contested the 1992 elections in an alliance with Young Lithuania, with the alliance winning a single seat, taken by the LKDS. The party won only a single seat in the 1996 elections, and changed its name to "Christian Democratic Union" in the same year. The 2000 elections saw the party retain its single seat, increasing its vote share from 3.2% to 4.2%.