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Democratic Renewal of Macedonia

Democratic Renewal of Macedonia
Leader Liljana Popovska
Founded 2006
Headquarters Skopje
Ideology Green politics,
,
Centrism
Political position centre-left
International affiliation None
European affiliation European Green Party
(observer)
Colours green, Yellow,red
Macedonian Parliament
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Website
http://www.dom.org.mk
Politics of the Republic of Macedonia
Political parties
Elections
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Republic of Macedonia

The Democratic Renewal of Macedonia (Macedonian: Демократска обнова на Македонија, Demokratska obnova na Makedonija) is a green political party in the Republic of Macedonia. This party actively promotes the green idea for Macedonia. DOM's political objectives are: green jobs, renewable energy, human rights, democracy, ecology, turism, eco-agriculture, women empowerment, culture, more funds for science and education etc. At their first elections, 5 July 2006, the party won 1.9 % and 1 out of 120 seats. From 2008, DOM is part of Coalition run by Macedonia rulling party VMRO-DPMNE. In the parliamentary elections 2008 and 2011 DOM as part of the Coalition won 1 seat.

External links

  • Official website


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