Reformers for Democracy and Development

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Reformers for Democracy and Development
Μεταρρυθμιστές για τη Δημοκρατία και την Ανάπτυξη
Leader Spyros Lykoudis
Founded 21 October 2014
Split from Democratic Left
Merged into Movement for Change
Ideology Social democracy
Political position Centre-left
National affiliation To Potami
European affiliation None
International affiliation None
European Parliament group No MEPs
Parliament
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Website
metarrythmistes.gr

The Reformers for Democracy and Development (Greek: Μεταρρυθμιστές της Αριστεράς για τη Δημοκρατία και την Ανάπτυξη) is a Greek political movement founded on 21 October 2014 by Spyros Lykoudis, who, at the time was a State Deputy and a member of the Democratic Left (a Greek political party). The movement became independent from the party on 19 September 2014.[1]

The foundation of the movement was announced on 21 October 2014 at an event held at the Benaki Museum.[2] On 29 November 2014, the first nationwide congregation of the movement was held in the auditorium of the radio station "Athens 9.84" in Technopolis of Athens and welcomed, among others, Greek personages such as John Ragkousis, Pantelis Kapsis, Vassilis Oikonomou and Nikos Mouzelis. A Panhellenic Council was also elected on the day.[3]

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