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List of libertarian political parties

  Officially registered members of Interlibertarians organisation
   Associated members not yet officially registered, in Interlibertarians organisation

Many countries and subnational political entities have libertarian political parties. Although these parties may describe themselves as "libertarian," their ideologies differ considerably and not all of them support all elements of the libertarian agenda.

By country

Liberal Libertarian Party[1]  Argentina member of Interlibertarians
Liberal Democratic Party[1][2]  Australia classic liberalism, member of Interlibertarians
The Wikileaks Party  Australia
Libertair, Direct, Democratisch  Belgium
 Flanders
conservative liberalism, right-wing populism, and Euroscepticism, member of Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists and European Conservatives and Reformists
Libertarians[1]  Brazil member of Interlibertarians
Freedom Party of Canada[2]  Canada Objectivism, member of Freedom Party International
Libertarian Party of Canada[1][2]  Canada minarchism, member of Interlibertarians
British Columbia Libertarian Party  Canada
 British Columbia
Freedom Party of Ontario  Canada
 Ontario
rational self-interest, Objectivism
Ontario Libertarian Party[1]  Canada
 Ontario
member of Interlibertarians
Liberal Democrats[1]  Cyprus member of Interlibertarians
Party of Free Citizens[1]  Czech Republic fiscal conservatism, economic liberalism, Euroscepticism, member of Interlibertarians
Libertarian Party[1]  Denmark member of Interlibertarians
Progress Party  Denmark nationalism
European Party for Individual Liberty  European Union member of Interlibertarians
Liberal Democratic Party  France classical liberalism, member of European Party for Individual Liberty
Party of Reason[1]  Germany classical liberalism, member of Interlibertarians and European Party for Individual Liberty
Libertarian Society of Iceland  Iceland
Ale Yarok  Israel classic liberalism, cannabis legalization, separation of church and state, harm reduction
Italian Radicals[3]  Italy liberalism, anti-clericalism, member of Liberal International and Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party
Libertarian Movement[1]  Italy agorism, anarcho-capitalism, anti-federalism, anti-statism, classical liberalism, Euroscepticism, free market, individualism, laissez-faire, liberism, minarchism, non-interventionism, non-violence, non-voting, Objectivism, voluntaryism, member of Interlibertarians
Go Tax Evaders![1]  Italy member of Interlibertarians
Libertarian Party[1][2]  Netherlands member of Interlibertarians and European Party for Individual Liberty
Free Democrats  Norway classical liberalism, conservative liberalism, conservatism, right-wing populism
Liberal People's Party  Norway
Congress of the New Right[4]  Poland conservative liberalism, Euroscepticism
Libertarian Party[5]  Poland minarchism, anarcho-capitalism
Libertarian Party of Russia[1]  Russia minarchism, anarcho-capitalism, libertarian conservatism member of Interlibertarians
Libertarian Party[1]  South Africa member of Interlibertarians
Individual Freedom Party[1]  Spain member of Interlibertarians and European Party for Individual Liberty
Classical Liberal Party  Sweden classical liberalism, libertarianism
Swiss Free Trade Party of Canton Ticino[1]  Switzerland
 Ticino
member of Interlibertarians
Libertarian Movement[1]  Ukraine member of Interlibertarians
Libertarian Party[1]  United Kingdom minarchism, classical liberalism, Euroscepticism, member of Interlibertarians
Libertarian Party[1][2]
 United States classical liberalism, minarchism, Austrian economics, right-libertarianism, non-interventionism, gay rights member of Interlibertarians
Green Party[1][2][6]
 United States left-libertarianism, civil libertarianism, nonviolence, green politics, non-interventionism
Personal Freedom Party[7]  United States paleolibertarianism economic liberalism
Alaskan Independence Party  United States
 Alaska
Alaskan Nationalism, Alaskan Sovereignty, paleoconservatism, conservatism
Independence Party of Minnesota[2]  United States
 Minnesota
radical centrism
Libertarian Liberal Party[1]  Uruguay member of Interlibertarians

Defunct parties

Libertarian Party of Australia (defunct)  Australia
Freedom Party of Manitoba (defunct)  Canada
 Manitoba
Objectivism, member of Freedom Party International
Liberal Reformers[2] (2005-2009)  Italy liberalism
Pannella List (1989-1996)  Italy radicalism, liberalism, economic liberalism
Libertarianz[2]  New Zealand Objectivism
Russian Libertarian Movement (2003-2006)  Russia
Real Politics Union[2] (1990–2011)  Poland classic liberalism, conservatism, monarchism, Euroscepticism
Boston Tea Party (2006-2012)  United States non-interventionism, member of Interlibertarians
Personal Choice Party[2] (2004-2006)  United States

Libertarian organizations associated with other political parties

Democratic Freedom Caucus[2] Democratic Party  United States
GOProud[8] Republican Party  United States LGBT conservatism
Republican Liberty Caucus[2] Republican Party  United States classical liberalism

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "Libertarian movements and parties in the world that are MEMBERS OF INTERLIBERTARIANS". Interlibertarians. Retrieved 2013-12-20. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "Global Directory of Free Liberal/Libertarian Parties". The State of the World Liberty Project. Retrieved 2013-12-27. 
  3. ^ James L. Newell; James Newell (28 January 2010). The Politics of Italy: Governance in a Normal Country. Cambridge University Press. pp. 42, 218, 219.  
  4. ^ Kongres Nowej Prawicy - Zarys programu
  5. ^ http://www.independentpoliticalreport.com/2013/03/will-there-soon-be-a-libertarian-party-of-poland/
  6. ^ http://www.gp.org
  7. ^ "Personal Freedom Party Charters New Jersey Chapter; Scott Baier Appointed State Chair". Before It's News. October 10, 2013. Retrieved 2013-12-29. 
  8. ^ "About Us". GOProud. Retrieved 2013-12-27. 
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