Greater Romania Party
|Greater Romania Party|
Partidul România Mare
|President||Corneliu Vadim Tudor|
|Founder||Corneliu Vadim Tudor|
|European Parliament group||Non-Inscrits*|
|Official colours||Red, Yellow, Blue (Romanian national colours)|
|Chamber of Deputies|
|County Council Presidents|
Until member of Identity, Tradition and Sovereignty (January–November 2007)
PRM results in elections
|Election||% of vote||Seats|
- After 1992's elections, PRM polled less than 4% of the vote and won 22 seats in Romanian legislative and it was part of the governmental coalition (the Red Quadrilateral) for three months in 1995.
- At the elections of 1996, PRM and Tudor polled less than 5% of the vote, still achieving 27 seats in Romanian legislative assemblies.
- After the elections in 2000, PRM was the second-largest party in the Romanian parliament. The party polled 23% of the vote, winning 126 seats in both of the Romanian legislative assemblies. In the presidential elections, Tudor polled 33% of the popular vote, being defeated after the second ballot by Ion Iliescu.
- In 2004 Vadim Tudor scored third, with 12.57% of the vote, while PRM scored 13.2%.
- In 2007 was the first time for the party not to gain at least 5% of the votes in the European elections held in Romania for the first time.
- In the 2008 parliamentary elections, the PRM scored only 3.15%, its lowest result since its foundation and below the electoral threshold necessary to obtain seats in the Parliament.
- (Romanian) Greater Romania Party