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This article gives an overview of liberalism and radicalism in Bulgaria. It is limited to liberal and radical parties with substantial support, mainly proved by having had a representation in parliament. The sign ⇒ denotes another party in that scheme. For inclusion in this scheme it is not necessary that parties label themselves as a liberal party.


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Liberalism was a dominant political force at the end of the nineteenth century. The current got strongly divided.


After the restoration of democracy in 1990, some parties got a liberal character. Liberalism is now represented by the mainly Turkish minority party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (Dviženie za prava i svobodi, observer LI, member ELDR) and the National Movement for Simeon II (Nacionalno Dviženie Simeon Vtori, member LI, ELDR), both taking a more or less liberal position.

From Liberal Party to Democratic Party

Progressive Liberal Party

People's Liberal Party

Radoslavist Liberal Party / National Liberal Party

Tonchevist Young Liberal Party

Radical (Democratic) Party

Movement for Rights and Freedoms

National Movement for Simeon II

Liberal leaders

See also