Liberalism and radicalism in Romania

This article gives an overview of Liberalism and Radicalism in Romania. It is limited to liberal parties with substantial support, mainly proved by having had a representation in parliament. The sign ⇒ denotes another party in this scheme. For inclusion in this scheme it is not necessary for a party to have actually labeled itself as a liberal party.


Liberalism has always during democratic periods been of the major forces in Romania, mainly organized in the National Liberal Party. Often there were spin-offs of this party. At the moment the National Liberal Party (Partidul Naţional Liberal, member LI, ELDR) is a right-wing liberal party.



National Liberal Party

National Liberal Party-Brătianu

National Liberal Party-Tătărescu

From National Liberal Party Youth Wing to Liberal Party 1993

Civic Alliance Party

National Liberal Party-Democratic Convention

National Liberal Party-Câmpeanu

PNL leaders

No. Name Term start Term end
1 Ion Brătianu 1875 1891
2 Dumitru Brătianu 1891 1892
3 Dimitrie Sturdza 1892 1908
4 Ion I. C. Brătianu 1908 24 November 1927
5 Vintilă Brătianu November/December 1927 1930
6 Ion Duca 1930 30 December 1933
7 Dinu Brătianu December 1933 1948
none (party abolished by the new communist government) 1948 1990
8 Radu Câmpeanu 1990 1993
9 Mircea Ionescu Quintus 1993 2001
10 Valeriu Stoica 2001 2002
11 Theodor Stolojan 2002 October 2004
12 Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu October 2004 March 2009
13 Crin Antonescu March 2009 June 2014
14 Klaus Iohannis June 2014 December 2014
15 Alina Gorghiu December 2014

See also

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