Demokrāti.lv

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The Demokrāti.lv, known as Jaunie Demokrāti prior to 2009, is a political party in Latvia. It was formed in 2004 when two members of the Latvian parliament, Māris Gulbis and Ināra Ostrovska broke away from the New Era Party. The New Democrats are aligned with the pan-European EUDemocrats organisation.

The New Democrats won 1.27% of vote and no seats in the parliament in 2006 election. After the election, they have started talks with For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK about a possible merger.

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