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Democrats for Andorra

Democrats for Andorra
Demòcrates per Andorra
Leader Antoni Martí
Founded 22 February 2011[1]
Preceded by Reformist Coalition
Headquarters C/Babot Camp, 13
Andorra la Vella
Ideology Centrism
Conservative liberalism
Political position Centre-right
Colours Blue and Orange
General Council
20 / 28
Website
http://www.democrates.ad/
Politics of Andorra
Political parties
Elections
This article is part of a series on the
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Democrats for Andorra (Catalan: Demòcrates per Andorra, DA) is the governing centre-right[2] political party in Andorra.

The party was established on 22 February 2011 as the direct successor of the Reformist Coalition which ran in the 2009 election.[2] Standing as main opposition party in the 2011 Andorran General Election, the Democrats for Andorra won 20 of the General Council's 28 seats, the largest majority since the passing of the Andorran Constitution in 1993.[3]

The party was formed from a union of the Liberal Party of Andorra and New Centre, with elements of the Social Democratic Party, and are supported by Lauredian Union and Andorra for Change.[2]

The party is led by Antoni Martí, who serves as Prime Minister of Andorra.

See also

External links

  • Official web site

References

  1. ^ "Martí activa Demòcrates per Andorra exigint joc net i humilitat". Diari d'Andorra. 25 February 2011. Retrieved 11 June 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c Tom Lansford (15 April 2013). Political Handbook of the World 2013. SAGE Publications. p. 37.  
  3. ^ "Toni Martí obté una victòria aclaparadora amb 21 escons". Diari d'Andorra. 3 April 2011. Retrieved 3 April 2011. 
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