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List of political parties in the Republic of Macedonia

The Republic of Macedonia has a multi-party system, with numerous parties which must work with each other to form coalition governments.

Contents

  • The major parties 1
  • The minor parties 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

The major parties

The minor parties

  • Democratic Alternative (Demokratska Alternativa/Демократска Алтернатива)
  • MAAK-Conservative Party (MAAK-Konzervativna Partija/МААК-Конзервативна Партија)
  • Democratic League of Bosniaks (Demokratska Liga na Boshnjacite/Демократска Лига на Бошњаците)
  • Democratic Party of Serbs (Demokratska Partija na Srbite/Демократска Партија на Србите)
  • Democratic Party of Turks (Demokratska Partija na Turcite/Демократска Партија на Турците)
  • Democratic Union (Demokratski sojuz/Демократски Сојуз)
  • National Democratic Party (Nacionala Demokratska Partija/Национална Демократска Партија)
  • Union of Tito's Left Forces (Sojuz na Titovi Levi Sili/Сојуз на Титови Леви Сили)
  • United Party of Romas in Macedonia (Obedinita Partija na Romite na Makedonija/Обединета Партија на Ромите во Македонија)
  • Workers Party (Rabotnicka Partija/Работничка Партија)
  • Movement for Turkish National Union (Türk Milli Birlik Hareketi/Dvizenje za Tursko Nacionalno Edinstvo/Движенње за Турско Национално Единство)

See also

External links

  • Social democratic and other political parties in the Republic of Macedonia


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