New Democracy (Republic of Macedonia)

New Democracy (Republic of Macedonia)

New Democracy (Albanian: Demokracia e Re, Macedonian: Нова Демократија, Nova Demokratija) is a political party of the ethnic Albanians in the Republic of Macedonia. It was founded in 2008 by former members of the Democratic Party of Albanians, another ethnic Albanian party from the Republic of Macedonia. The president of the party is Imer Selmani, who was one of seven candidates for the 2009 Macedonian presidential election and won 146.795 votes (14,99%) and ended up third.[1][2]

In the 2011 parliamentary election, New Democracy lost all of its seats, receiving only 1.76% of the popular vote.[3]


  1. ^ Macedonian Information Agency (English)
  2. ^ Večer Online - Election results (Macedonian)
  3. ^ "Conservative Leader Claims 3rd Term In Macedonia" (in English). NPR. 2011-06-06. Retrieved 2011-06-06. 

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