The other leftist party, the Party of the Democratic Left, was also absorbed by it in 2004.
What does PDL stand for?
PDL stands for Party of the Democratic Left
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We have 186 other meanings of PDL in our Acronym Attic
- Persekutuan Dayak Kalimantan Timur (Indonesian: Persekutuan Dayaks of East Kalimantan; tribal organization; Indonesia)
- Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth (agricultural university; Akola, Maharashtra, India)
- Package Definition Language (computer programming)
- Pacte des Loups (movie)
- Paddle Subsystem
- Page Definition Language
- Page Description Language
- Parameter Download
- Partidul Democrat Liberal (Romanian: Liberal Democratic Party)
- Parts Design List (used in aerospace by mechanical designers and engineers)
- Pass Down the Line
- Performance Design Lab (various locations)
- Periodontal Ligament (also seen as PL; anatomy)
- Peripheral Diagnostics Language
- Perl Data Language
- Permanent Duty Location
- Personal Development Leadership (various organizations)
- Personal Distribution List
- Petroleum Development Laboratory (University of Alaska Fairbanks)
- Petroleum Development License
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By then, the PCI had renounced Marxism and changed itself into the Party of the Democratic Left.
In this collection of nine essays and a concluding article, contributors examine how post-communist states chose from what western polities had to offer, in such topics as policy transfer and program change in the communist successor parties (CSPs) of Eastern and Central Europe, external influences on their post-communist transformation, policy transfer and political parties, CSPs and European integration, West Europe social democracy as a model for transfer, Polish social democracy, emulation and adjustment in external influences of the Slovak Party of the Democratic Left, the Czech communist party, and program development of the East German Party of Democratic Socialism.
In Slovakia, former communists of the Party of the Democratic Left are governing in an odd alliance with the Christian Democrats.