Party for Freedom (Spain)

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Party for Freedom

Partido por la Libertad
Founded25 February 2013
Headquartersc/ Walia nº 4. escalera izquierda, 1º D, Madrid
IdeologySpanish nationalism
Euroscepticism
Anti-Islam
Opposition to immigration
Identitarianism[1][2]
Political positionFar-right
National affiliationRESPETO[3]
Local Government
2 / 68,286
Website
partidoxlalibertad.es

Partido por la Libertad (PxL; English: Party for Freedom) is a far-right political party active in Spain, with the exception of Catalonia, where its represented by its sister-party PxC.

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In 2012, Josep Anglada of PxC announced the launch of the Plataforma por la Libertad (PxL, English: Platform for Freedom), an expansion of the party into the rest of Spain.[4] Anglada and the PxL have protested against the construction of mosques in Spain.[5] Plataforma por la Libertad was refounded in 2013 as the Party for Freedom[6][7]. PxL run in many municipalities in the local elections of 2015, gaining two town councillors (one in Alfoz de Lloredo[8] and another in Valdeavero[9]).

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