Free Democratic Party (GDR)

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The Free Democratic Party (GDR) (German: Freie Demokratische Partei, DDR) was an opposition political party in East Germany. The appeal for its formation was made on 25 November 1989 in Berlin by those East German liberals who doubted the ability of the former block party Liberal Democratic Party of Germany to reform itself. It was formally founded 4 February 1990, and 12 February 1990 it joined the Association of Free Democrats for the Volkskammer elections.

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Preceded by
liberal German parties Succeeded by
Free Democratic Party (Germany)