Participation in elections
Note: Election results refer also to the Christian-Democratic Women's Leagues, cofounder of SLP, National Youth League of Moldova and Party of Democratic Forces, which adhered later on to the party.
1994 parliamentary elections
In the February 27, 1994 elections Christian-Democratic Women's League headed by Lidia Istrati, together with the Congress of Intellectuals (later Democratic Unit Congress, then The Party of Democratic Forces), The Alliance of Free Peasants, Democratic Christian Party and National Liberal Party entered the electoral bloc "The Bloc of Peasants and Intelligentsia". The bloc received 163,513 (9.21%) of the valid votes cast. Thus the "Peasants and Intelligentsia" electoral bloc received 11 mandates in Parliament.
The Congress of Intellectuals ran in 1994 elections within the same electoral bloc.
1995 local elections
In the local elections held on April 16, 1995 the United Democratic Congress joined the "Alliance of Democratic Forces" electoral bloc, which won:
- 252 mandates (19.97%) in the municipal and rayonal councils;
- 2,333 mandate (22.02%) in the city and village councils.
Further 83 candidates (10.43%) who run on the Alliance list were elected as mayors.
1996 presidential elections
- First round (November 17)
Valeriu Matei, designated by the Party of Democratic Forces was cast 138,605 votes (8.9%), thus finishing the presidential race the fifth.
1998 parliamentary elections
In March 22, 1998 Christian-Democratic Women's' League, headed by Ala Mindacanu ran in elections jointly with the Christian-Democratic Peoples' Front, Party of Rebirth and Reconciliation, Green Party and Christian-Democratic Peasants' Party within the "Democratic Convention of Moldova" electoral bloc. Democratic Convention of Moldova was cast 315,206 votes (19.42%). The Convention received 26 mandates in Parliament.
In the March 22, 1998 parliamentary elections the Party of Democratic Forces was cast 143,428 votes (8.84%).
1999 general local elections
In the general local elections of May 23, 1999 Christian-Democratic Women's' League joined the Democratic Convention of Moldova, which received:
- 42 seats (13.46%) in the county councils and Chisinau Municipality;
- 859 seats (14.07%) in municipal, city and village councils;
- 87 mandates of municipality, city and village mayors.
National Youth League of Moldova didn't won any seat in the county, municipal, city of village council, neither any mayor mandate.
In the May 23, 1999 elections the Party of Democratic Forces won:
- 24 mandates (7.69%) in the county councils and Chisinau Municipality Council;
- 505 mandates (8.27%) in the municipal, city and village councils;
- 51 mandates (8.11%) of mayors in communes, cities and municipalities.
2001 parliamentary elections
In the parliamentary elections of February 25, 2001 Christian-Democratic Women's' League joined National Liberal Party, which received 44,548 votes (2.81%) of the valid votes cast.
National Youth League of Moldova joined "Plai Natal" electoral bloc, headed by Vladimir Babii. The bloc received 25,009 votes (1.58%).
In the February 25, 2001 parliamentary elections, the Party of Democratic Forces was cast 19,405 (1.22%) valid votes.
2003 general local elections
SLP participated in the local elections 2003 within electoral bloc "SDP-SLP" which got:
- 38 mandates in the rayonal and municipal councils (3.37%);
- 500 mandates in city and village councils (4.61%);
- 44 mayor mandates (4.90%).
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