|Founded||14 September 2014|
|Headquarters||Oldenburger Str. 6|
|Political position||Centre to centre-left|
The New Liberals form a parliamentary group in the district of Harburg (part of Hamburg) and currently have 3 seats in the assembly.
On 6 January 2015, the Liberal Democrats, the New Liberals and another small party declared their intent to cooperate with the objective of an eventual merger. The LD still features this prominently, while the New Liberals had since restructured.
The preliminary founding program states that the party aims for classic social liberal positions. The aim is a “free society, in which every human being is valued in their individuality and is able to unfold”.[This quote needs a citation] New central motives of the New Liberals are the introduction of a basic income as well as improvements for “refugees, immigrants, people with disabilities, elderly people, increasingly also families but also job starters”.[This quote needs a citation]
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