Difference between revisions of "Liberal Party"

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'''[[Liberal Party of Australia]]''' a pro-business conservative party, founded in [[1944]].  There was also an earlier [[Liberal Party (Australia)|Liberal Party]] during the second decade of the [[20th century]].
 
'''[[Liberal Party of Australia]]''' a pro-business conservative party, founded in [[1944]].  There was also an earlier [[Liberal Party (Australia)|Liberal Party]] during the second decade of the [[20th century]].
  
'''[[Liberal Party of Canada]]''' is a centre left, pro-busness party.
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'''[[Liberal Party of Canada]]''' is a centre left, pro-business party.
 
There are also parties affliated with the Canadian federal liberal party in addition to autonomous parties active in the politics of the provinces of Canada.
 
There are also parties affliated with the Canadian federal liberal party in addition to autonomous parties active in the politics of the provinces of Canada.
  

Revision as of 11:04, 31 July 2007

Liberal Party is the name of some political parties in a number of countries:

Liberal Party of Australia a pro-business conservative party, founded in 1944. There was also an earlier Liberal Party during the second decade of the 20th century.

Liberal Party of Canada is a centre left, pro-business party. There are also parties affliated with the Canadian federal liberal party in addition to autonomous parties active in the politics of the provinces of Canada.

Liberal Party a pro-business party in Hong Kong

Liberal Party This party evolved from the Whig Party in the United Kingdom. The majority of members went on to merge with the Social Democratic Party (SDP) to form the Liberal Democrats in 1988. A minority of members maintained the Liberal Party name and formed a new party because they felt that the Liberal Democrats had lost the ideals of the original party.