|LIDEM – Liberal Democrats
LIDEM – liberální demokraté
|Founded||3 May 2012|
|Split from||Public Affairs|
Nové Město, Prague 1
|European affiliation||Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party|
|Chamber of Deputies|
LIDEM – Liberal Democrats (Czech: LIDEM – liberální demokraté), usually abbreviated to LIDEM (Czech for "for the people"), is a Czech political party. It was founded on 3 May 2012 by Karolína Peake after she and seven other MPs broke away from Public Affairs.
The party supports greater individual freedom in both economic and social spheres.
Elected representatives 
LIDEM has eight members of the 200-member Chamber of Deputies:
- Czech PM under threat after failed vote to hike taxes, Reuters, 5 September, retrieved 13 October 2012
- Velinger, Jan (8 June 2012). "News". Radio Prague. Retrieved 2 July 2012.
- "Peake's LIDEM party unveils logo", Prague Daily Monitor, 19 September 2012
- (Czech) LIDEM official website
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