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."
By country [change]
- British Columbia Libertarian Party
- Freedom Party of Canada (Objectivism)
- Freedom Party of Manitoba
- Freedom Party of Ontario (Objectivism)
- Libertarian Party of Canada
- Ontario Libertarian Party
Costa Rica [change]
Czech Republic [change]
Hong Kong [change]
- Liberal Party (libertarian in many aspects)
- Libertarian Party (Libertarische Partij)
New Zealand [change]
- Real Politics Union (Unia Polityki Realnej)
- Russian Libertarian Movement (Rossiyskoye Libertarianskoye Dvizhenie (RLD))
- Libertarian Party
United Kingdom [change]
United States [change]
- Jefferson Republican Party (Paleolibertarianism)
- Libertarian Party (largest libertarian-leaning party in the U.S.)
- Populist Party of America (Populist in name only)
- Personal Choice Party
- Boston Tea Party
Other pages [change]
- Index of political parties to browse parties by name
- List of political parties to browse parties by country
- List of political parties by ideology to browse parties by ideology
- Membership of internationals to browse parties by membership of internationals
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