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Independent Liberal Party (Kosovo)

Independent Liberal Party
Leader Slobodan Petrović
Founded 2006
Ideology Liberalism,
Serbian minority interests
International affiliation Liberal International (observer)[1]
European affiliation None
Colours Yellow, Blue
Assembly
8 / 120
Website
[1]
Politics of Kosovo
Political parties
Elections

The Independent Liberal Party (Serbian: Самостална либерална странка, Samostalna liberalna stranka, SLS) is a Serbian political party in Kosovo. Chairman of the party is Slobodan Petrović.

At the last Kosovan parliamentary elections, held on 12 December 2010, the party won 2.1% of the popular vote and 8 out of 120 seats.

On February 19, Hashim Thaçi, whose Democratic Party of Kosovo won the largest share of votes in the elections, signed a governing coalition agreement with SLS leader Slobodan Petrović. The SLS got three ministries – Local Self-Government Ministry, Communities and Return Ministry and Labor and Social Welfare Ministry.[2][3]

Ideology

The party recognizes Kosovo independence from Serbia. It is social democratic.

References

  1. ^ Liberal International
  2. ^ Sofia Echo, 20/02/2011
  3. ^ B92, 20/02/2011

External links

  • Official website


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