Liberal Party of Montenegro
Liberal Party of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Либерална партија Црне Горе, Liberalna partija Crne Gore, LP) is a minor conservative liberal and ethnic nationalist political party in Montenegro, an associate member of ALDE and a full member of the Liberal International. The party advocated liberalism and the bringing down of Milo Đukanović's rule, saw it as authoritarian and undemocratic. It had continued the fight against what it saw as the DPS' authoritarianism that the Liberal Alliance of Montenegro pursued since its foundation in 1990. However, the party changed its discourse and became a junior coalition partner of DPS both on local and national level since 2006, when Đukanović's regime declared independence of Montenegro.
|Split from||Liberal Alliance|
|Youth wing||Liberal Youth of Montenegro|
|Political position||Centre-right to right-wing|
|Religion||Montenegrin Orthodox Church|
|National affiliation||DPS-led coalition|
|Regional affiliation||Liberal South East European Network (LIBSEEN)|
|European affiliation||Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe|
|International affiliation||Liberal International|
|Colours||Blue and white|
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Currently, LP president Andrija Popović is the party's sole representative in the parliament, where LP is a part of the ruling majority. The party did not contest the latest parliamentary election but delegated two candidates to the electoral list of DPS, one of which was elected to the Parliament. Currently, LP is part of the parliamentary group with another minor ruling coalition partner, SD CG.