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One seat changes hands in Liechtenstein general election

The ruling Right-wing Progressive Citizens’ Party (FBP) dropped one seat whilst The Independents picked up a seat in today’s general election. The result of the election was as follows: Right-wing […]

Liechtenstein votes

The people of Liechtenstein are voting today to elect a new 25 member parliament or Landtag. In the 2013 election the centre-right Patriotic Union (VU) dropped five seats to take […]

Parliamentary 2017

An election to the Landtag has been announced for 5 February 2017. Results will be published here.

Parliamentary 2013

An election to the Landtag took place on 1 and 3 February 2013. The Progressive Citizens’ Party in Liechtenstein (Fortschrittliche Bürgerpartei in Liechtenstein, FBP) 10 The Patriotic Union (Vaterländische Union, […]

Patriotic Union

The Patriotic Union or VU, also referred to as the Fatherland Union, was founded at the end of World War One as the People’s Party and subsequently took on its […]

Progressive Citizens’ Party in Liechtenstein

The Progressive Citizens’ Party or FBPL was founded in 1918 as the Citizens’ Party before taking on its modern name. The party describes itself as Centre-Right and believes in Conservatism, […]

Free List

The Free List or FL was founded in 1985 as the first party to oppose the two big parties in a third party challenge, the first since 1974 and the […]

Liechtenstein

Originally a farming community the area currently known as the Principality of Liechtenstein was part of the Roman Empire by 15 B.C. The region, known as Raetia under the Romans […]

Parliamentary 2009

An election to the Landtag took place on 6 and 8 February 2009. The Patriotic Union (Vaterländische Union, VU) 13 The Progressive Citizens’ Party in Liechtenstein (Fortschrittliche Bürgerpartei in Liechtenstein, […]