Pirate Party of the Slovak Republic

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Slovak Pirate Party
Slovenská Pirátska Strana
Leader Milan Gvoth (2011-2014)
Founded 1 June 2009
Headquarters Slovenská pirátska strana
P.O.Box 223
080 01 Prešov
Membership 30
Ideology Pirate politics, Freedom of Information, privacy, copyright and patent reform, Direct democracy, transparency of government, education
International affiliation Pirate Parties International
Colours Black/White

Slovak Pirate Party (Slovak: Slovenská Pirátska Strana, SPS) is a non-governmental organisation established in December 2011 as the Pirate Party of the Slovak Republic. The organisation is based on the model of the Swedish Pirate Party.[1][2][3][4] The party is a member of the Pirate Parties International.[5]


Two members of Slovak Pirate Party became candidates to the Slovak Parliament in the March 2012 election, enlisted on the ticket of the newly established political party Ordinary People and Independent Personalities - Peter Blaščák at number 70 and Martin Bibko at number 77.[6]

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