Template talk:Historical Romanian political parties

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rv: sorry, but we made it look like that for a reason (it seemed the best way we could point to the main parties without bolding them,which would've been POV) [Dahn, in the edit summary]

I think that putting them in front and on their own row is about as POV as bolding them. A solution would be to bold the parties which have formed at least one government. bogdan 22:33, 14 October 2006 (UTC)

That would indeed be a solution. Shall we try it out? Biruitorul 22:43, 15 October 2006 (UTC)

People's Party of Romania[edit]

I'm about to turn one of the party titles (People's party (Romania; defunct), which is now a redlink, into People's Party of Romania (1918-1929). Hopefully this could be the basis of a proper article. Any objections? Totnesmartin 11:51, 27 July 2007 (UTC)

Ukrainian SD Party[edit]

I've noticed the Ukrainian SD Party has been added to the list. AFAIK, the only candidate for such an organisation would be the Ukrainian faction of the ("International") SD Party of Bukovina. Unlike the SD Party in Transylvania, the one in Bukovina preserved its Austro-marxist organisation based on ethnic criteria even after the fall of AH, thus having 5 or 6 ethnic section until its merger with the SD Party of Romania in 1927. Considering at the moment we lack an article on the SD Party of Bukovina, I find its a bit overkill to list all its "culturally autonomous" constituents in this template (If indeed there was some Ukrainian SD Party independent of the SD of Bukovina, I'll be very much interested to hear more about it).Anonimu (talk) 19:42, 21 April 2016 (UTC)