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Lietuvos lenkų rinkimų akcija (LLRA) | Akcja Wyborcza Polaków na Litwie (AWPL) | 'Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania' is a political party in Lithuania.
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Lietuvos lenkų rinkimų akcija LLRA (lenk. Akcja Wyborcza Polaków na Litwie, AWPL) – Lietuvos politinė partija, skelbiasi atstovaujanti tautinių mažumų interesams. LLRA dalyvauja savivaldybių, parlamentiniuose bei Europos Parlamento rinkimuose. Šiuo metu LLRA priklauso 1212 narių.

 

Lyderis: Valdemar Tomaševski

Įkurta: 1994 m. spalio 21 d.

Oficiali ideologija: tautinių mažumų interesai, krikščioniškoji demokratija, konservatyvizmas

 

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Akcja Wyborcza Polaków na Litwie (AWPL) (lit. Lietuvos lenkų rinkimų akcija, LLRA) – regionalna litewska partia polityczna reprezentująca Polaków mieszkających na Wileńszczyźnie.

 

Lider: Waldemar Tomaszewski

Data założenia: 28 sierpnia 1994

Ideologia polityczna: Polacy na Litwie

 

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Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuvos lenkų rinkimų akcija or LLRA; Polish: Akcja Wyborcza Polaków na Litwie or AWPL) is a political party in Lithuania. It represents the Polish minority and positions itself as Christian democratic. It has 8 seats in the Seimas, one seat in the European Parliament, and 11 seats in coalition with the Russian Alliance in the Vilnius City Municipality.

 

Formed in 1994 from the political wing of the Association of Poles in Lithuania, LLRA experienced a surge in support in the 2000s, under the leadership of Valdemar Tomaševski. It increased its representation from under 2% in 2000, leading to the party being invited to join the governing coalition: an invitation they rejected. They increased their vote again to 3.8% in 2004 and 4.8% in the most recent election, in 2008: just short of the 5% election threshold for any of the Seimas's 70 proportional representation seats. In the 2009 European election, they won 8.2% and one seat. The party's vote is concentrated in the south-east of the country, around the capital, where the Polish minority is located. At the 2012 election, LLRA broke through 5% in a parliamentary election for the first time: qualifying for proportional representation seats.

 

In the Seimas, the party sits with fellow centre-right party Order and Justice. LLRA's MEP, leader Valdemar Tomaševski, sits with the European Conservatives and Reformists, which includes the Polish Law and Justice and Poland Comes First, and the party is a member of the AECR.

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Leader: Waldemar Tomaszewski

Founded: 28 August 1994

Ideology: Polish minority interests, Christian democracy

 

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2012-01-03

updated: 2014-01-21

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