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This article gives an overview of liberalism in Greece. It is limited to liberal parties. The sign ⇒ denotes another party in that scheme. For inclusion in this scheme it isn't necessary so that parties labeled themselves as a liberal party.
Liberal parties in Greece are largely committed to liberalism, republicanism and democracy.
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From Modernist Party to the Center Union
From Democratic Socialist Party to the Center Union
National Progressive Union of the Centre
- 1949: National Progressive Union of the Centre (Ethniki Proodeutiki Enosis Kentrou, EPEK) is founded by Nikolaos Plastiras after the Greek Civil War and disappears in 1956
From Center Union to Union of the Democratic Center
Democratic Center Union
Party of New Liberals
Union of Centrists
- 1999: A short-lived libertarian party is founded by Stefanos Manos, The Liberals espousing a laissez-faire political platform, such as social liberal policies. The party was dissolved in October 2001.  The party's founder cooperated with PASOK in 2004, after George Papandreou's invitation to be honorarily elected as member of the Greek parliament under PASOK's flag, and founded yet another party, "Drassi", in 2009, this time refusing to use the term "liberal" and claiming it was based upon "common sense".
- February 2007: Establishment of the Liberal Alliance, advocating economic and social liberal policies.