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New Republic (Romania)

The New Republic
Partidul Noua Republică
Leader Mihail Neamțu
Founded 2012
Headquarters Bucharest
International affiliation None
European affiliation Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists
Colours Green and blue
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Politics of Romania
Political parties

The New Republic (Romanian: Noua Republică) is a political party of Romania. It was established in October 2011, as a grassroots movement inspired by the launching of a manifesto on different blogs and center-right platforms. The movement spread around and it led to the birth of more than 40 branches around the country. The President is Mihail Neamțu, a intellectual who entered politics. The Prime Vicepresident of the New Republic is Valeriu Todirascu, an economist and businessman, who became a senator.


  • History 1
  • Ideology 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


In July 2012, the party's first National Convention elected Mihail Neamțu as party president. Neamțu is a public intellectual with a PhD degree in theology from King's College London. Soon after its foundation, the party joined the Right Romania Alliance (ARD), together with the former governing party, Democratic Liberal Party (PDL); Civic Force, the party of former Prime Minister Mihai Răzvan Ungureanu; and the Christian Democratic National Peasants' Party (PNTCD). The party filled 9 candidates on the ARD list at 2012 legislative election, but because of administrative problems, New Republic's candidates ran as independents or under PNTCD's logo instead. The party's First Vice-President, Valeriu Todirascu, was elected to the Senate.


The New Republic was born as a civic movement protesting against a corrupt and untrustworthy establishment. It called for seizing the opportunities of growth and development, which former Communist and populist politicians have squandered. The New Republic movement supported the middle-class citizens, while critiquing local Sultanism and Statism.

The New Republic party called for a radical departure from old-style politics, as shaped by former nomenklatura. The New Republic called for the revival of civil society, in an attempt to surpass the cynicism and mistrust of older generations. Among its principles, one counts the support for natural rights, private property, free market, entrepreneurship, limited government, and for the Judeo-Christian values.


External links

  • - Official site
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