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Liberals (Finland)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Liberal People's Party (from 2001 Liberals; Finnish: Liberaalinen kansanpuolue) was a conservative-liberal[1] political party in Finland, founded in 1965 as a reunification of the People's Party of Finland and Liberal League.

History

Originally named Liberal People's Party (Finnish: Liberaalinen Kansanpuolue), it restyled its name as Liberals (Liberaalit) in 2000.

Liberals was removed from the party registry in 2007 after the failure to gain a seat in two consecutive parliamentary elections. In 2011 the party dissolved itself as a political party. It continues its basic ideological policy as an independent think tank.

Leaders

  • 1965–1968 Mikko Juva
  • 1968–1978 Pekka Tarjanne
  • 1978–1982 Jaakko Itälä
  • 1982–1984 Arne Berner
  • 1984–1990 Kyösti Lallukka
  • 1990–1992 Kaarina Koivistoinen
  • 1992–1993 Kalle Määttä
  • 1993–1995 Tuulikki Ukkola
  • 1995–1997 Pekka Rytilä
  • 1997–2000 Altti Majava
  • 2000–2001 Oili Korkeamäki
  • 2001–2005 Tomi Riihimäki
  • 2005–2008 Ilkka Innamaa
  • 2008–2011 Kimmo Eriksson
  • 2011–2011 Jouni Flemming

Elections

Election results
Parliament
Year MPs Votes
1966 9 153,259 6.47%
1970 8 150,823 5.95%
1972 7 132,955 5.16%
1975 9 119,534 4.35%
1979 4 106,560 3.68%
1987 0 27,824 0.97%
1991 1 21,210 0.78%
1995 0 16,247 0.58%
1999 0 5,194 0.19%
2003 0 8,776 0.31%
2007 0 3 171 0.11%
Local councils
Year Councillors Votes
1968 309 123,793 5.45%
1972 304 129,736 5.19%
1976 328 127,750 4.76%
1980 203 88,086 3.21%
1988 62 29,339 1.12%
1992 49 26,334 0.99%
1996 25 8,766 0.37%
2004 1 1,016 0.04%
European Parliament
Year MEPs Votes
1996 0 8,305 0.37%
2004 0 3,558 0.21%

See also

References

  1. ^ Close, Caroline (12 February 2019). "The liberal party family ideology". In Close, Caroline; van Haute, Emilie (eds.). Liberal Parties in Europe. p. 344. ISBN 9781351245494.

External links

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