This page contains information about the Liberal Alliance.
This party is inactive.
|Party Founded: April 4275|
We are a bipartisan liberal party that supports every legislation that gives the people of the Free State of Malivia their well earned right to choose their own life.
We believe that the free market is best left without intervention by the state, because when the state intervene with the economy they only hurt companies from making profits which leads to thousands of people losing their jobs.
We are an anti-communist party because communism leads to no competition on the market which means that companies doesn't have to fight for consumers which only stops them from improving themselfs and their products and ultimately the people will lose from this because they have no say in the products they're buying.
No discrimination due to etnicity, gender, sexual orientation or disabilty.
A state that doesn't hinder people or companies from striving.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||moderate permissive||high||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||convinced internationalist||high||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||small government-leaning||high||perfect|
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