After 6 years without running for office as a party on its own, the Liberal Party of Andorra entered the political scene with full energy. “The eight seats obtained in the Andorran parliament means that we are now the leading force of opposition in the chamber,” said the party’s International Officer Judith Pallarés, who herself is one of the eight elected MPs. She continued: “The new liberal parliamentarian group emerged as the biggest surprise of this election. We believe the liberals are now in an optimal position to became a real alternative to power for the upcoming elections.”
Democrats for Andorra renewed its majority obtaining 15 seats out 28, decreasing 7 representatives from the previous election. The Socialist party obtained 3 seats, while a new centre-left party has 2 representatives.