Democratic Party of the Pacific
Civil Libertarian Caucus (1983-1988)
Founded19 November 1988
IdeologyConservative liberalism
Fiscal positionCenter-right
Social positionCenter-left
Co-ChairpersonsIvan Meldiyactev; Sergei Bellic
First SecretaryMikhail Barkurov
Members200,252 claimed
HeadquartersUssuriysk, Pacifica
Official colors      Blue
Seats in the
- National Assembly
- Council of Ministers

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The Democratic Party of the Democratic Republic of the Pacific, originally known as the Civil Libertarian Caucus in the mid-1980s, was formed in response to the Solidarity movement in Poland. Comprised originally of independents who had been elected to the Sixth National Assembly in 1983, the caucus was formed to appeal to those seeking openness and market reforms in the area to relieve it of its near poverty status. It formally organized into a political party in 1988, forming the Democratic Party, to support Gorbachev's perestroika and glasnost reforms.

The party ruled politics throughout the 1990s during market reforms in the then-Russian Federation. It rallied itself into rule after the 1993 elections and a series of failed and weak governments from the Communist Party

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