Movement for Democracy (Slovakia)
The Movement for Democracy (Slovak: Hnutie za demokraciu) was a political party in Slovakia created in 2002 when it split from the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia. From 2002 to 2004 the first leader of the party was Ivan Gašparovič, the former president of Slovakia. The leader since 2004 is Jozef Grapa.
|Founded||12 July 2002|
|Dissolved||21 December 2018|
|Succeeded by||People's Voice|
|European affiliation||Alliance for Europe of the Nations (2004–2009)|
In the parliamentary election of 17 June 2006, the party won 0.6% of the popular vote and lost parliamentary representation. Movement for Democracy was part of the Alliance for Europe of the Nations from 2002 to 2009.
|1||Ivan Gašparovič||12 July 2002||17 April 2004|
|2||Jozef Grapa||17 April 2004||12 December 2018|
|3||Peter Marček||12 December 2018||21 December 2018|
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