Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (Romania)
|First Vice President||Steluţa Cătăniciu|
|Founded||19 June 2015|
|Merger of||PLR and PC|
|Political position||Centre to centre-right|
|European affiliation||Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe|
|International affiliation||Liberal International (observer)|
|Seats in the Senate||
12 / 136
|Seats in the Chamber of Deputies||
18 / 328
|Seats in the European Parliament||
2 / 32
64 / 3,186
80 / 1,434
|Local County Councilors||
2,504 / 40,067
The party was founded on 19 June 2015 from a merger of the Liberal Reformist Party (PLR) and Conservative Party (PC). On 19 November 2015 the party was admitted into the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe.
On 19 December 2016, party co-presidents Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu and Daniel Constantin signed an accord with Social Democratic Party (PSD) leader Liviu Dragnea to form a new coalition government with ALDE as the junior partner.
20 / 329
9 / 136
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