Libertarian parties

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Many countries have libertarian political parties. Although these parties may call themselves "libertarian," their way of thinking may differ from one another and not all of them can be described as really libertarian. Some of these parties prefer to be called "liberal" rather than "libertarian."

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Australia[change | edit source]

Belgium[change | edit source]

Brazil[change | edit source]

Canada[change | edit source]

Costa Rica[change | edit source]

Czech Republic[change | edit source]

Denmark[change | edit source]

Estonia[change | edit source]

France[change | edit source]

Germany[change | edit source]

Greece[change | edit source]

Hong Kong[change | edit source]

Iceland[change | edit source]

Ireland[change | edit source]

Italy[change | edit source]

Netherlands[change | edit source]

New Zealand[change | edit source]

Norway[change | edit source]

Poland[change | edit source]

Russia[change | edit source]

Serbia[change | edit source]

Slovakia[change | edit source]

Sweden[change | edit source]

  • Libertarian Party

Switzerland[change | edit source]

Turkey[change | edit source]

Venezuela[change | edit source]

United Kingdom[change | edit source]

United States[change | edit source]

See also List of state Libertarian Parties in the United States

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