United Romania Party

United Romania Party
Partidul România Unită
President Robert Bugă
Founded 23 April 2015
Headquarters B-dul Nicolae Bălcescu nr. 17-19
Sector 1
Ideology Romanian nationalism
National conservatism
Political position Right-wing
National affiliation National Identity Bloc in Europe
Colors Red, white, blue
Seats in the Senate
0 / 136
Seats in the Chamber of Deputies
0 / 329
Seats in the European Parliament
0 / 32
184 / 3,186
County Councilors
59 / 1,434
Local County Councilors
424 / 40,067

The United Romania Party (Partidul România Unită) is a Romanian nationalist political party. It was founded by former Social Democratic Party member Bogdan Diaconu, who announced the party's creation in 2014.

The party claims to adhere to a "national-democratic" doctrine based on the ideas of Romanian historian and politician Nicolae Iorga and centered on principles of social justice, economic protectionism, Romanian nationalism and anticorruption.[2] According to a resolution adopted in September 2015, it opposes migrant quotas, same-sex marriage, adoption of the euro, and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), among others.[3] In the 2016 Romanian legislative election, the party received 207,608 votes in the Senate election, and 196,602 in the election to the Chamber of Deputies, not achieving the parliamentary status.

Electoral performance

2016 207,608 #7 2.95
0 / 329
0 / 136
0 Opposition


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