The Party of Free Citizens - Czech Elections 2013

The Party of Free Citizens or the Free Citizens' Party (Czech: Strana svobodných občanů, Svobodní) is a libertarian eurosceptic political party in the Czech Republic. It was founded in 2009 by Petr Mach, an external economic advisor of Czech ex-president Václav Klaus. It ran in the 2009 European Parliament election in the Czech Republic; among its goals were the failure of the Treaty of Lisbon and forcing a referendum on introduction of the euro in the Czech Republic. It was in talks with Declan Ganley to be part of his EU-wide Libertas movement, but the talks failed. Its logo is a ram on a green field. -Wikipedia

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