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The National Front Party ((アラビア語:حزب الجبهة الوطنية), ') is a political party in Libya, formed in May 2012. It is the successor to the National Front for the Salvation of Libya, an anti-Gaddafi resistance movement founded in 1981. Its ideology is considered liberal and progressive, and ''Libya Herald'' writer George Grant described the party as "arguably the most liberal-leaning of all in Congress."〔〔
NFP holds 3 seats in the General National Congress (GNC), making it the third largest party. Its leader, Mohamed el-Magariaf served as the President of the GNC from 9 August 2012 to 28 May 2013.〔(Levent Baştürk: Magariaf’s being affected by the Political Isolation Law is not fair - New Region )〕
== Leadership ==
The party has a “High Leadership Committee” consisting of 16 members, headed by the party president.〔
At the first party congress, held in Benghazi, the former NFSL leader Mohammed Magariaf was elected president of the party.
On 9 August 2012, Magariaf resigned as party leader, after he was elected President of the General National Congress, making him provisional head of state. Mohamed Ali Darrat become acting president of NFP until Mohamed Ali Abdallah was elected head of the party.
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