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The hereby article lists a series of political parties, both historical and contemporary as well as active and inactive, from the Republic of Moldova. The Republic of Moldova is a multi-party parliamentary republic with a unicameral system. To date, in Moldova there are 45 political parties that have been formally registered.[1]

Current parties in parliament

Name Abbr. Ideology Leader MPs
Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova
Partidul Socialiștilor din Republica Moldova
PSRM Democratic socialism
Social conservatism
Igor Dodon 37
Party of Action and Solidarity
Partidul Acțiune și Solidaritate
PAS Liberalism
Igor Grosu (acting) 15
Democratic Party of Moldova
Partidul Democrat din Moldova
PDM Social democracy
Pavel Filip 11
Dignity and Truth Platform Party
Partidul Platforma Demnitate și Adevăr
PPDA Liberalism
Andrei Năstase 11
Șor Party
Partidul Politic Șor
ȘOR Moldovenism
National conservatism
Ilan Shor 9
Pro Moldova Party
Partidul Pro Moldova
PROM Economic liberalism
Social conservatism
Andrian Candu 7
People's Party of the Republic of Moldova
PPRM Social democracy
Alexandru Oleinic 1
National Unity Party
PUN Moldovan-Romanian unionism
Christian democracy
Social conservatism
Octavian Țîcu 1
N/A N/A N/A 9

Main non-parliamentary parties

Minor parties

Former parties

  • Communist Reformist Party (Partidul Comunist Reformator). Founded in 2014, it has participated at the 2014 parliamentary elections, gaining 4.92% of votes. It failed to register at for the 2015 local elections. Subsequently, in February 2016, its legal registration status was cancelled by the Moldovan justice.[2]
  • European Action Movement (Mișcarea Acţiunea Europeană, merged into the Liberal Party)
  • Our Moldova Alliance (Alianța „Moldova Noastră”, merged into the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova)
  • Social Liberal Party (Partidul Social-Liberal, merged into Democratic Party of Moldova)
  • Social Democracy Party (Partidul Democrației Sociale, merged with the Social Democratic Party of Moldova)

Historical political parties

Party alliances

Political camps

Two major movements have developed in the recent years in Moldovan politics and they can be distinguished as follows:

These two political camps can be further detailed in the following table:

Political camps[3]
Pro-Western and pro-European (generally liberal) Pro-Russian, latently Eurosceptic, often anti-American and strongly anti-liberal
Democratic Action Party
Democratic Party of Moldova
Dignity and Truth Platform Party
European People's Party of Moldova
Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova
Liberal Party
Liberal Reformist Party
National Liberal Party
Party of Action and Solidarity
Unionist Movement of the Republic of Moldova
Christian-Democratic People's Party
Our Party
Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova
Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova
Socialist Party of Moldova
Șor Party

See also


  1. ^ Lista partidelor politice din Moldova
  2. ^ Partidul Comunist Reformator a fost radiat din registrul partidelor politice
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2018-02-05. Retrieved 2018-02-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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