Liberal Democratic Party (Serbia)
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|Split from||Democratic Party|
|Regional affiliation||Liberal South East European Network|
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The Liberal Democratic Party was founded on 5 November 2005 by former members of the Democratic Party, led by Čedomir Jovanović, who were expelled in a party purge in 2004. Jovanović had become critical of the new direction of the Democratic Party and its newly elected president, Boris Tadić. The LDP gained its first seat in parliament after Đorđe Đukić defected from the Democratic Party. Members of the foundation board were: Nenad Prokić, Nikola Samardžić, Branislav Lečić and Đorđe Đukić.
Presidents of the Liberal Democratic PartyEdit
|#||President||Born-Died||Term start||Term end|
|1||Čedomir Jovanović||1971–||5 November 2005||Incumbent|
The LDP's first electoral performance was during the 2007 Serbian parliamentary election, the LDP ran in a coalition together with the Civic Alliance of Serbia, the Social Democratic Union and the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina which collectively received 5.31% of the popular vote. The Civic Alliance would later merge into the LDP the same year.
The next election followed a year later, with the LDP receiving only 5.24% of the popular vote, its worst performance to date.
In the 2014 Serbian parliamentary elections, LDP participated in the coalition with the Social Democratic Union and the Bosniak Democratic Union of Sandžak. However, the coalition did not win any seats in the National Assembly as it only received 3.36% of the popular vote.
In the 2016 Serbian parliamentary elections, LDP participated in the coalition with the Social Democratic Party and the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina. The coalition received 5.02% of the popular vote and gained 13 seats in the National Assembly with LDP receiving 4 seats.
In the 2020 Serbian parliamentary elections, LDP led a coalition called "Coalition for Peace" along with the Vlach People's Party and other small Bosniak, Romani, Romanian, and Montenegrin political organizations. However, the coalition had the worst result in LDP's history and it failed to pass the 3% electoral threshold.
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|Election year||#||Candidate||1st round vote||% of vote||2nd round vote||% of vote||Notes|
|2008||— 5th||Čedomir Jovanović||219,689||5.34%||—||—|
|2012||6th||Čedomir Jovanović||196,668||5.03%||—||—||U-Turn coalition|
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