Libertarian Party of Russia

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Libertarian Party of Russia
Либертарианская Партия России
Leader Sergey Boyko
Founded April 15, 2008
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Membership 1000
Ideology Anti-statism
International affiliation International Alliance of Libertarian Parties
Colours White, yellow, orange

The Libertarian Party of Russia (Russian: Либертарианская партия России; Libertarianskaya partiya Rossii) is a political party in the Russian Federation founded in 2008. As its name suggests, its political philosophy is Libertarianism, "self-ownership and non-aggression."[1]

The party has had two members elected to local office, one in Moscow and the other in Moscow Oblast. The first, Vera Kichanova, was elected in 2012 to the municipal council of the Yuzhnoye Tushino District of Moscow.[2] The second, Andrey Shalnev, was elected in 2014 as a deputy council for the Pushkino District. (Shalnev ran as an independent).[3]

The party coordinates the Adam Smith Forum (an annual international libertarian conference in Moscow), participates in the organization of the Free People's Forum (which discusses Russian politics), and runs other activities and publications, including a monthly newspaper and a podcast series.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Главная - Либертарианская партия России".
  2. ^ Zenon Evans, Meet Vera Kichanova, Russia's Rising Libertarian Activist, Reason (August 1, 2013).
  3. ^ Zenon Evans, Second-Ever Libertarian Elected in Russia, Reason (September 15, 2014).

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