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Together with deputies from the LP, DPM and AMN, the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova formed the new majority coalition in the Legislative - the Alliance for European Integration.
The Second Filat Cabinet has seven Liberal Democratic ministers.In November 2010, the PLDM jumped to 32 seats, becoming the dominant non-Communist party.The AIE was replaced by the Pro-European Coalition in 2013, when Iurie Leancă replaced Filat as Prime Minister, with Filat remaining as the party chairman.The initiative group of the party was initially centered on Filat, previously a prominent member of the Democratic Party of Moldova, who was disappointed with the direction taken by that political party under Dumitru Diacov's leadership.Soon, a large number of local branches of the Christian Democratic Popular Party, disappointed with Iurie Roşca's policy of cooperation with the Communist Party of Moldova, joined PLDM en masse.On December 27, 2008, the Liberal Democratic Women's Organization was created within the PLDM, and on January 24, 2009 – the Association of Elderly Persons.
Also, the Liberal Democratic Association of People active in the cultural field was created on January 31, 2008 within the framework of the party.
At the parliamentary elections of April 5, 2009, PLDM obtained 12.43% of the votes, with 15 seats in the Parliament of Moldova.
At the early elections of July 29, PLDM gained 16.57% of the votes and was represented in the Parliament by 18 deputies.
The Liberal Democratic Teachers Association was formed within the party on September 13, 2008 and on October 11, 2008 – the Liberal Democratic Doctors and Pharmacists Association.
Formation of socio-professional associations within the party is stipulated in the statute of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova.
The Founding Conference of the Youth Organization of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova took place on November 15, 2008.