Monday, January 14, 2008


There is an important incoming change in the Slovenian political market. After almost two decades of political parties whose ideology has been based on collectivistic values, economic nationalism, market protectionism, government intervention and high taxes, a fresh new political party called Liberalci (Liberals) is arising. Party's program is based on the principles of limited government, low taxes and the rule of law. The party has already launch an ambitious and productive policy agenda which can be read here. The basis of the program are the ideas of classical liberalism such as individual liberty, economic and political freedom. The interview with Tomaž Štih, the founder of the party, can be read here and here. Mag, Slovenia's weekly politico-economic magazine has also written an interactive article about Slovenia's first classical liberal party. The article can be read here.

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