|Congress of the New Right|
Kongres Nowej Prawicy
|Founded||25 March 2011|
|Merger of||Freedom and Lawfulness and Real Politics Union|
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The Congress of the New Right (Polish: Kongres Nowej Prawicy") is a conservative libertarian political party in Poland. It was founded on 25 March 2011 by Janusz Korwin-Mikke from the merger of Freedom and Lawfulness with several members of the Real Politics Union.
The Congress of the New Right's program includes:
- Reduced government spending, tax cuts and a flexible labor market
- Minimal government bureaucracy
- Protection of property rights
- Waiver of income tax collection
- Promotion of privatization and reprivatization
- Decommunization and Lustration
- It postulates a return of capital punishment for murderers and other dangerous criminals
- Liberalization of existing gun law and introduction of right to keep and bear arms
- Legalization of all drugs, including toxic ones
- Private health care and voluntary education
- The party is pro-life and thus opposes euthanasia and abortion
- It is against same-sex marriage and LGBT adoption
- Support for NATO and participation in free trade organizations
- Strong opposition to European Union, Left-wing politics and Socialism
The party's main priorities are lower taxes and reducing the national debt.
2011 Polish ElectionEdit
In the 2011 Parliamentary election the party got 151,837 votes or 1.06% of the total.
2014 European Parlament ElectionEdit
In the 2014 in election to the European Parlament the party got 7,15% of the total votes and got four seats in European Parlament.
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