The New Democracy Party (Portuguese: Partido da Nova Democracia, pronounced [pɐɾˈtidu dɐ ˈnɔvɐ dɨmukɾɐˈsiɐ]) was a small Portuguese Eurosceptic liberal-conservative political party. In voting ballots, its name appeared only as New Democracy, with the acronym unchanged. The party was founded in 2003. It was, at the time, a new party which resulted from Manuel Monteiro's separation from the Democratic and Social Centre – People's Party. The party was a member of the EUDemocrats. Manuel Monteiro eventually would leave the party in 2009, which was led, since then, by Joel Viana until its extinction.
|Founded||18 June 2003|
|Dissolved||23 September 2015|
|Split from||Democratic and Social Centre – People's Party|
|Headquarters||Lisbon (until 2010)|
|European affiliation||Europeans United for Democracy|
|European Parliament group||Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe|
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|Assembly of the Republic|
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The party's registration was cancelled by the Constitutional Court on 23 September 2015, after the party failed to submit its required annual report in 2011, 2012, and 2013.
- (in Portuguese) New Democracy Party official web site