Conservative Party (Romania)
The Conservative Party (Romanian: Partidul Conservator, PC) was a conservative political party in Romania. Founded in 1991, approximately two years after the fall of Communism in Romania, originally under the name Romanian Humanist Party (Romanian: Partidul Umanist Român, PUR). From 2005 until 3 December 2006, the party was a junior member of the Government of Romania. The party adopted the name Conservative Party on 7 May 2005. Subsequently, a little bit more than a decade after, more specifically in June 2015, it merged with the Liberal Reformist Party (PLR) to form the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE).
|Founded||18 December 1991|
|Dissolved||19 June 2015|
|Merged into||Alliance of Liberals and Democrats|
|Headquarters||Calea Victoriei, 118|
|National affiliation||Social Liberal Union (2010–14)|
|European Parliament group||Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats|
The Conservative Party (PC) stated that it promoted tradition, family, social solidarity, European integration, and a nationalism without chauvinism. It claimed the heritage of the historical Romanian Conservative Party, one of the two main political forces in Romania before the First World War. There was no direct, uninterrupted link between the two parties—the historical Conservative Party was dissolved after World War I—but the modern party sustained and embraced the values of the historical one.