Liberal Party (Luziyca)
|Deputy Chairman||Ayers Gharov|
|Headquarters||302 Huswa Varanken Boulevard, Bethlehem|
|Student wing||Alliance of University Students|
|Youth wing||Liberal Youth League|
• Democratic socialist
• Liberal conservatism
• Social conservatism
|Political position||Center-left to Center-right|
|House of Representatives|
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The Liberal Party is the second-oldest political party to be established, and the oldest political party to continue to exist (pre-dating the National Luziycan Party by 89 years and the Whig by 97 years) in Luziyca. It is the most leftist mainstream party, any parties further left do not have a lot of ground.
Ideological and political positions
The Liberals support an economy with greater regulations, a living wage, and significant regulations to protect workers.
They regard green energy as cheaper and feels they should adopt green energy, because they know coal and oil will not last forever. They feel that environmental protections and regulations should be expanded, so to benefit the country.
Liberals are generally more progressive: they seek to reduce poverty by establishing a comprehensive system of welfare. They want to expand protections to LGBT people, and other discriminated groups such as Shudri.
The Liberal Party is non-interventionist, but believes it should maintain an army, to prevent an invasion of Luziyca. It feels it should not have to fight in wars on foreign soil.