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Lithuanian Freedom Union (Liberals)

Lithuanian Freedom Union (Liberals)
Leader Artūras Zuokas
Founded 12 July 2014 (2014-07-12)
Merger of LiCS, YES
Headquarters Vilniaus g. 22/1, Vilnius
Membership 5,000
Ideology Liberalism
Christian democracy
Conservative liberalism
Political position Centre-right
Colours Yellow and blue
Politics of Lithuania
Political parties

Lithuanian Freedom Union (Liberals) (Lithuanian: Lietuvos Laisvės Sąjunga (Liberalai), LLS) or simply Lithuanian Freedom Union (Lithuanian: Lietuvos Laisvės Sąjunga), is a centre-right political party in Lithuania. It has around 5,000 members.

It is a centre-right party, with a particularly liberal and Christian democratic ideology. Its current leader is Artūras Zuokas.


It was founded on July 12, 2014, when Liberal and Centre Union (LiCS) merged with YES.[1][2][3]


  1. ^ "Jungiasi politinė partija „Sąjunga TAIP“ ir Liberalų ir centro sąjunga".  
  2. ^ "„TAIP“ ir LiCS suvažiavime įkurta Lietuvos laisvės sąjunga".  
  3. ^ "Lietuvoje įkurta nauja partija".  

External links

  • Official website
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