Liberal and Centre Union
|Founded||31 May 2003|
|Dissolved||12 July 2014|
|Merger of||LLS, LCS, MKDP|
|Merged into||Lithuanian Freedom Union|
|Headquarters||Vilniaus g. 22/1, Vilnius|
|European affiliation||Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe|
|International affiliation||Liberal International|
|European Parliament group||ALDE (2004–09)|
|Colours||Yellow and blue|
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In the October 2008 parliamentary elections, LiCS retained 8 seats out of its previous 18 and received 5.3% of the national vote, and formed a coalition with the Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats, Liberal Movement, and National Resurrection Party (TPP).
On 22 September 2011 the party agreed to absorb the TPP, whose MPs had been sitting in the LiCS parliamentary group.
In the October 2012 parliamentary elections the party lost all 8 seats, taking just 2.1% of the national vote.
- Slomp, Hans (26 September 2011). Europe, A Political Profile: An American Companion to European Politics. ABC-CLIO. p. 536. ISBN 978-0-313-39182-8.
- (in Lithuanian) Liberal and Centre Union official website
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