Liberal Democratic Party (Bosnia and Herzegovina)


Liberal Democratic Party (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Infobox_BA_Political_Party
party_name = Liberalno Demokratska Stranka Bosne i Hercegovine
party_articletitle = Liberal Democratic Party (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
party_
leader = Lamija Tanović
foundation = "unknown"
ideology = Liberalism
international = Liberal International
european = ELDR
ethnicgroup = multi-ethnic
colours = blue, yellow
headquarters = Maršala Tita 9a,
71000 Sarajevo
website = [http://www.lds.ba/ www.lds.ba]
The Liberal Democratic Party ("Liberalno Demokratska Stranka") is a liberal party in Bosnia and Herzegovina.The party is a member of the European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party.At the last legislative elections, 5 october 2002, the party won no seats in the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but 1 out of 140 seats in the House of Representatives of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The current leader of the party is Dr Lamija Tanović.

What the Party Stand's For:

*For Democracy, Rule of Law, Human Rights, Tolerance, and Solidarity.
*For a Just, Free, and Open Society.
*For a Prosperous Bosnia and Herzegovina within a Prosperous Europe.
*For Stable Development and Peace in the World.

"'Members of the Presidency of the LDP BiH"'
*Lamija Tanović – President
*Amir Husarić – Vice President
*Alija Šahinović – Vice President
*Edin Čolić – President of Young Liberals BiH
*Majda Zeherović – Member
*Aida Hodžić – Member
*Aleksandra Nikolić – Member
*Amir Suljagić – Member
*Adis Nadarević – Member
*Dijana Talić – Member
*Predrag Praštalo – Member
*Faruk Rekić – Member
*Ismet Sejfija - Member
*Nihad Bojić – President of main committee

ee also

*Liberalism
*Contributions to liberal theory
*Liberalism worldwide
*List of liberal parties
*Liberal democracy

External links

* [http://www.lds.ba/ Liberal Democratic Party] official site
* [http://www.mladiliberali.org/ Young Liberals Bosnia and Herzegovina]


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