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National Liberal Party–Tătărescu

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National Liberal Party

Partidul Național Liberal
LeaderGheorghe Tătărescu
Petre Bejan
Founded1944
Split fromNational Liberal Party
IdeologyLiberalism
Social liberalism
National affiliationBloc of Democratic Parties (1946)

The National Liberal Party–Tătărescu (Romanian: Partidul Național Liberal-Tătărescu, PNL-Tătărescu) was a political party in Romania. Beginning with December 1947, the party is generally referred to as the National Liberal Party–Bejan (PNL-Bejan), as leader Gheorghe Tătărescu resigned from the party and was replaced by Petre Bejan.

History

The party resulted from a split in the National Liberal Party (PNL), with the faction around Gheorghe Tătărescu, the party's general secretary, establishing a distinct party organisation in late 1944 (the other faction of the party, which supported party president Dinu Brătianu, was consequently known as PNL-Brătianu). In April 1946 the party opted to join the pro-government Bloc of Democratic Parties.[1] In the November 1946 elections the Bloc won 347 of the 414 seats, with the PNL-T taking 75.[2] In the 1948 elections it ran, as PNL-Bejan, in opposition to the government coalition, only receiving 7 seats.

References

  1. ^ The History of the Soviet Bloc 1945–1991: A Chronology: Part 1, 1945–1952 Cold War History Research Center
  2. ^ Dieter Nohlen & Philip Stöver (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p1610 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7


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