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Legality Movement Party

Legality Movement Party
Leader Eqerem Spahia
Founded 1924
Headquarters Tirana
Ideology Social conservatism
Monarchism
Political position Right-wing
International affiliation International Monarchist Conference
Colours Yellow, Red Black
Website
http://www.legaliteti.org/
Politics of Albania
Political parties
Elections
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Albania

The Legality Movement Party (LMP) (Albanian: Partia Lëvizja e Legalitetit or PLL) is a right-wing monarchist political party in Albania,[1] led by Eqerem Spahia.[2] It supported the return to power of the House of Zogu under Crown Prince Leka of the Albanians. In the 2001 elections it was part of the Union for Victory (Bashkimi për Fitoren) coalition which received 37.1% of the vote and 46 members of parliament.

PLL is member of the International Monarchist Conference.

See also

References

  1. ^ Mudde, Cas (2000). "Extreme-right Parties in Eastern Europe". Patterns of Prejudice 34 (1): 5–27.  
  2. ^ Ja partitë politike me emra të çuditshëm, 114 regjistrime ne Gjykatë Tema online

External links

  • Official website
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