Christian Liberal Party of Ukraine

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Christian Liberal party of Ukraine is a political party in Ukraine. The party says that it is guided by the values of Christianity and the principles of Western European democracy: parliamentarism, the market economy, free labour and powerful social programs. The party is led by the former Mayor of Kiev, Leonid Chernovetskyi.[1]

In 2006 the party participated in national elections as part of the Block of People's Democratic Parties. At the Kiev City Council election, 2008 the party was part of the Leonid Chernovetskyi Bloc alliance. It has never competed in national elections.[2] The party planned to compete in the Ukrainian parliamentary election, 2012 also as a member of the Leonid Chernovetskyi Bloc.[3] But this alliance disbanded itself in the Kiev City Council on September 22, 2011.[4]

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