G17 Plus is a liberal- conservative party in Serbia. She is an associate member of the European People's Party.
The core group consists of 17 experts ( economists, historians, political scientists ) the G17 founded in 1997 as a non-government organization. On 16 December 2002, this organization was officially party, under the leadership of Miroljub Labus.
In the 2003 election the party had won 34 seats in parliament. Three of these seats went to the Social Democratic Party ( Socijaldemokratska partija ), with the G17 Plus a list of connection was received.
In March 2004 she formed with the Democratic Party of Serbia ( Demokratska stranka Srbije ) and a coalition of the Serbian Renewal Movement and New Serbia party, a minority government.
In May 2006 Miroljub Labus resigned as party president. His successor is the Finance Minister of Serbia, Mlađan Dinkić.
On 1 October 2006, the party announced that she is leaving the government coalition, as the government was unable to arrest General Ratko Mladic, wanted by the ICTY on charges of war crimes. This early parliamentary elections were necessary.
In the 2007 parliamentary elections the party won 19 of 250 seats in parliament. She went with the Democratic Party (DS ) and the Demokratska Stranka Srbije - a coalition Democratic Party of Serbia and New Serbia (DDS). The vice - president of the party, Predrag Marković, was elected President of Parliament.
In early 2008 broke apart the coalition, as prime minister Kostunica on March 8, announced his resignation. In the parliamentary elections held on May 11, the party won in a coalition with the pro-European parties together 102 seats in Parliament. After nearly two months of negotiations, the coalition agreed with the Socialist Party of Serbia and some representatives of minority groups on the formation of a coalition government.
Represented in Parliament: Electoral Alliance "For a European Serbia " ( Democratic Party - G17 Plus - Serbian Renewal Movement - League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina - Democratic Alliance of Croats in Vojvodina - Democratic Party of Sandžak ) | Serbian Radical Party | Serbian Progressive Party | Democratic Party of Serbia - new Serbia | Socialist Party of Serbia - Party of United pensioners of Serbia - Serbia stuff | Liberal Democratic Party | Bosniak list for a European Sandžak | Magyar coalition | coalition of Albanians of the Presevo valley other: Movement of Forces of Serbia
Centre Démocrate Humaniste (Belgium) | Christian - Democratisch en Vlaams (Belgium) | Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria (Bulgaria) | Democratic Party ( Bulgaria) | GERB ( Bulgaria) | Union of Democratic Forces ( Bulgaria) | Kristendemokraterne (Denmark ) | Det Conservative Folkeparti (Denmark ) | Christian Democratic Union ( Germany ) | Christian Social Union of Bavaria ( Germany ) | Isamaa yes Res Publica Liit (Estonia ) | Kansallinen Kokoomus Samlingspartiet ( Finland) | Union pour un mouvement populaire (France) | Nea New Democracy (Greece ) | Fine Gael (Ireland ) | Unione di Centro ( Italy) | Unione Democratici per l'Europa (Italy ) | Popolo della Libertà (Italy ) | Demokratska zajednica Hrvatska ( Croatia) | Seljacka stranka Hrvatska ( Croatia) | Vienotība (Latvia ) | Tėvynės Sąjunga (Lithuania ) | Chrëschtlech social Vollekspartei ( Luxembourg ) | Partit Nazzjonalista (Malta ) | Christians Democratisch Appèl ( Netherlands) | Austrian People's Party ( Austria ) | Platforma Obywatelska ( Poland) | Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe ( Poland) | Centro samlingspartiet Moderata | Partido Popular ( Portugal) - democrático e Social | Partido Social Democrata (Portugal ) | Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania ( Romania) | Partidul Democrat Liberal ( Romania) | Partidul Naţional Ţărănesc Crestin Democrat ( Romania) | Kristdemokraterna (Sweden) ( Sweden) | Slovak Democratic and Christian Union - Democratic Party ( Slovakia ) | Party of the Hungarian community (Slovakia ) | Kresťanskodemokratické hnutie (Slovakia ) | Most -Hid (Slovakia ) | Slovenian Democratic Party (Slovenia ) | Slovenska Ljudska Stranka (Slovenia ) | Nova Slovenija - Krščanska Ljudska (Slovenia ) | Partido Popular ( Spain) | Unio Democràtica de Catalunya (Spain ) | TOP 09 (Czech Republic ) | Křesťanská a demokratická unie - Československé strana Lidová (Czech Republic ) | Fidesz ( Hungarian ) | Christian- Democratic people's Party ( Hungary) | Dimokratikos Synagermos (Cyprus)
Associated parties: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity (Macedonia ) | Høyre ( Norway) | Christian Democratic People's Party ( Switzerland ) | Ujedinjeni regioni Srbije ( Serbia)
- Party of Serbia
- Conservative Party