Young Liberal Democracy

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Young Liberal Democracy
Mlada liberalna demokracija
Leader Borut Cink
Secretary-General Davor M. Kalin
Founded 1 February 1991
Headquarters Ljubljana, Slovenia
Newspaper Dnevnik mladega liberalca
Ideology Liberalism, Social liberalism
European affiliation European Liberal Youth
International affiliation International Federation of Liberal Youth
Mother party Liberal Democracy of Slovenia
Colours Light blue, green

Young Liberal Democracy (Slovene: Mlada liberalna demokracija) (MLD) is the youth party of the Slovene political party Liberal Democracy of Slovenia. MLD is a national liberal youth organisation.

The members of MLD started with work on 1 February 1991. The members are engaging themselves on the national as well as the local level, they are taking an active part in the work of the central party.

Mlada liberalna demokracija is also connected with related foreign organisations. Full members status is held by IFLRY, LYMEC, ISEEL and UNITED.


MLD's highest body is the Congress, which meets at least every second year. It adopts MLD's political platform, the Manifesto, and decides about MLD's activities. These are stated in a one-year Programme of Action. Furthermore, the Congress elects the President and decides upon the budget.

The Council is composed from at least one representative from each local committee; from one representative from each regional committee and the Bureau. It meets three times per year. Furthermore the Council elects all the other Bureau members.

The MLD Bureau consists of a President, Vice-President, a Secretary General, an International Secretary, an Organisational Secretary, and five Bureau members. The Bureau has the responsibility for MLD's day to day management and is elected every two years.


Mandate 2011 - 2013[edit]

President: Borut Cink
Vice-president: Peter Jevšinek
Organisational Secretary: Mateja Zver
President of Council: Jani Novoljan

Mandate 2009 - 2011[edit]

President: Borut Cink
Vice-president: Andrej Kelenc
President of Council: Mitja Adamlje

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