Liberal Party (Mascylla)
|General Secretary||Ines Meserburg|
|General manager||Matthias Glau|
|Founded||8 October 1922|
|Headquarters||Henrieke-Glades-Straße 15, Königsreh, Mascylla|
|Youth wing||Liberal Youth|
|Membership (December 2019)||74,570|
|Political position||Centre to centre-left politics|
|Slogan||Democratic. Fair. The Liberals.|
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The Liberal Party (Hesurian: Liberale Partei, LP), often referred to as the Mascyllary Liberal Party (Maskillische Liberale Partei, MLP) is a traditional liberal centre to centre-left political party in Mascylla. It is currently led by Alexander Bratge and Ines Meserburg since 2018. As a classical liberal party, it strongly advocates for human rights, civil liberties and the development of internationalism.
The MLP was founded in 1922 through the merger of various liberal parties, namely the Liberalists and the Democrats' Party of Mascylla. Since then, it has played a significant role in the Reichsrat, holding the balance of power and having signed coalition treaties with the more traditional government parties of the SDP and the NDU, the last time with the election of Michael Meilke in 1994. Since 1924, there was no time at which the MLP was not able to surpass the 3 percent threshold, thus gaining no representation in the Reichsrat.