National Liberal Party (Moldova)

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National Liberal Party
Partidul Național Liberal
President Vitalia Pavlicenco
Parliament Leader Vitalia Pavlicenco
Founded 1993
2000 merged into AMN
2006 refounded 16 December
Headquarters Calea Iesilor nr.6, Chișinău
Ideology Liberalism
Moldovan-Romanian Unionism
European affiliation None
International affiliation None
Colours Yellow, Blue
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The National Liberal Party of Moldova (Romanian: Partidul Național Liberal, PNL) is a political party in Moldova. It was founded in 1993 and temporarily disappeared through political amalgamation in 2000, before being refounded in 2006. It is a mirror party of the National Liberal Party of Romania and places itself in the historical tradition of the prewar party of the same name, forcibly dissolved in 1947 in post-war Romania by the Romanian Communist Party after the reannexation of Bessarabia.

The party supports the Unification of Romania and Moldova and shares the visual identity and ideology of its sister party in Romania. Unlike the Romanian PNL which is once again dominant on the centre-right, the Moldovan PNL may be considered a micro party.

In addition to support for political union with Romania, as an interim measure, the PNL supports EU and NATO membership for Moldova.


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