Liberal Party of North Ahjeezistan
The Liberal Party of North Ahjeezistan was a centre-right political party in North Ahjeezistan. It had no Prime Ministers, but was the major partner in the Conservative-Liberal coalition in that supported Lord McAlpin's government. It merged with the Conservatives to form the Liberal Conservative Party on 24 October, 2006. The two parties had alternated mutual leadership of the Opposition before then.
List of Leaders
|#||Leader||Parliament1||Highest Office||Start of service||End of service|
|1||Lord Burnswick||1st, 2nd||Leader of the Opposition||3 October, 2006||7 October, 2006|
|2||Lord Rarton (Conservative)||3rd||Leader of the Opposition||7 October, 2006||9 October, 2006|
|3||The Rt. Hon. Mark Weicker||4th||Leader of the Opposition||9 October, 2006||11 October, 2006|
|4||The Rt. Hon. Colin McAlpin (Conservative)||5th, 6th||Prime Minister of North Ahjeezistan||11 October, 2006||18 October, 2006|
|5||Lord Attlebury||7th||Leader of the Opposition||18 October, 2006||19 October, 2006|
|6||Lord Amos (Conservative)||8th||Leader of the Opposition||19 October, 2006||23 October, 2006|
|7||Lord Attlebury||9th||Leader of the Opposition||23 October, 2006||24 October, 2006|
1In Parliaments in bold, the leader of the Liberals was Prime Minister.