Liberal Democratic Party (Spain, 1913)
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Liberal Democratic Party Spain, 1913
Liberal Democratic Party

Partido Liberal Demócrata
LeaderManuel García Prieto
Founded1913 (1913)
Dissolved1923 (1923)
Split fromLiberal Party
IdeologyLiberalism
Monarchism
Political positionCentre to Centre-left

The Liberal Democratic Party (Spanish: Partido Liberal Demócrata, PLD), also known as the Liberal Democrats (Spanish: Liberal Demócratas, LD) was a political party led by Manuel García Prieto which split from the Liberal Party in 1913, shortly after the assassination of Prime Minister José Canalejas. The Liberal Democrats eventually went on to become the dominant liberal faction in the later stages of Restoration Spain.[1]

The party was disestablished in 1923 after Miguel Primo de Rivera's coup.

References

  1. ^ "Liberales (y Progresistas) (1868-1931)" (in Spanish). historiaelectoral.com. Retrieved .

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