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Albanian Christian Democratic Movement

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Albanian Christian Democratic Movement

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The Albanian Christian Democratic Movement is a Christian-democratic[1] political party in Albania founded by Nikollë Lesi, an MP and former member of the Christian Democratic Party of Albania (PDK) on 2007-11-08 over disagreements with his previous party's new party leader, Nard Ndoka. Lesi expects to at least match the PDK's performance in the 2005 election at the next election.[2] The party had one MP in the Assembly of Albania until the Albanian parliamentary election, 2009.


  1. ^ Jeff Haynes; Anja Hennig (3 July 2013). Religious Actors in the Public Sphere: Means, Objectives, and Effects. Routledge. pp. 17–.  
  2. ^ New party launched in Albania (
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