List of political parties in Kosovo

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This article lists political parties in Kosovo. Kosovo[a] has a multi-party system with numerous political parties, in which no one party often has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.

Major parties[edit]

Having seats in Parliament of Kosovo as result of 2019 general election and subsequent shifts:

Name Abbr. Ideology Leader MPs
Lëvizja Vetëvendosje
LV Social Democracy, Direct democracy, Progressivism, Egalitarianism, Kosovo–Albania unionism, Albanian nationalism Albin Kurti 29
Democratic League of Kosovo
Lidhja Demokratike e Kosovës
LDK Social conservatism, Economic Liberalism, Albanian nationalism[1][2] Isa Mustafa 28
Partia Demokratike e Kosovës
PDK Economic Liberalism, Private property, Free Market, Albanian nationalism[3][4] Kadri Veseli 24
Alliance for the Future of Kosovo
Aleanca për Ardhmërinë e Kosovës
AAK Economic Liberalism, Private property, Free Market, Albanian nationalism Ramush Haradinaj 13
Serb List
Srpska lista (in Serbian) Lista serbe (in Albanian)
LS Minority rights for Serbs Goran Rakić 10

Minor parties[edit]

Minority parties[edit]

  • Turkish Justice Party of Kosovo (Kosova Türk Adalet Partisi)[5]
  • Ashkali Party for Integration (Partia Ashkalinjëve për Integrim)
  • Bosniak Party of Democratic Action of Kosovo (Bošnjačka Stranka Demokratske Akcije Kosova)
  • Civic Initiative of Gora (Građanska Inicijativa Gore)
  • Civic Initiative National Wing (Gradjanska Inicijativa Krilo Naroda)
  • Vakat Coalition (Koalicija Vakat)
  • Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo (Partia Demokratike e Ashkanlive të Kosovës)
  • Kosovo Turkish Union (Kosova Türk Birliǧi)
  • League of Egyptians of Kosovo (Lidhja e Egjiptianëve të Kosovës)
  • Montenegrin Democratic Party (Crnogorska Demokratska Stranka)
  • New Democratic Initiative of Kosovo (Iniciativa e re Demokrarike e Kosovës)
  • New Democratic Party (Nova Demokratska Stranka)
  • Party of Democratic Action (Stranka Demokratske Akcije)
  • Social Democratic Party of Gora (Socijaldemokratska Stranka Gore)
  • Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo (Kosova Demokratik Türk Partisi)
  • United Roma Party of Kosovo (Partia Rome e Bashkuar e Kosovës)
  • Serb List
  • Serb Civic Initiative (Građanska Inicijativa Srbija)
  • Independent Liberal Party (Samostalna Liberalna Stranka)
  • New Democracy (Nova Demokratija)
  • Serb Democratic Party of Kosovo and Metohija (Srpska Demokratska Stranka Kosova i Metohije)
  • Serb Kosovo-Metohija Party (Srpska Kosovsko-Metohijska Stranka)
  • Serbian List for Kosovo and Metohija (Srpska Lista za Kosovo i Metohiju)
  • Serb People's Party (Srpska Narodna Stranka)
  • Serbian Social Democratic Party (Srpska Socijal Demokratska Stranka)
  • Union of Independent Social Democrats of Kosovo and Metohija (Savez Nezavisnih Socijaldemokrata Kosova i Metohije)
  • United Serbian List (Jedinstvena Srpska Lista) (all-Serb list, lists 56 candidates of both the ruling and the opposition parties based in Belgrade)[6]

Former parties[edit]

See also[edit]


a.   ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement. Kosovo is currently recognized as an independent state by 98 out of the 193 United Nations member states. In total, 112 UN member states recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 14 later withdrew their recognition.


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  2. ^ Wells, Mike; Fellows, Nick (2016). History for the IB Diploma Paper 1 Conflict and Intervention. Cambridge University Press. p. 117.
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  4. ^ Wells, Mike; Fellows, Nick (2016). History for the IB Diploma Paper 1 Conflict and Intervention. Cambridge University Press. p. 117.
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