Movement for Democracy (Slovakia)
|Founded||12 July 2002|
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The Movement for Democracy (Slovak: Hnutie za demokraciu) is a political party in Slovakia created in 2002 when it split from the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia. From 2002 to 2004 the first leader of the party was Ivan Gašparovič, the former president of Slovakia. The leader since 2004 is Jozef Grapa.
In the parliamentary election of 17 June 2006, the party won 0.6% of the popular vote and lost parliamentary representation. Movement for Democracy was part of the Alliance for Europe of the Nations from 2002 to 2009.
|1||Ivan Gašparovič||12 July 2002||17 April 2004|
|2||Jozef Grapa||17 April 2004||Incumbent|
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