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Parties That Did Not Affiliate To Libertas

The parties that considered affiliating with Libertas Poland and the parent organization, but did not, are as follows:

  • Prawica Rzeczypospolitej
Prawica Rzeczypospolitej considered Libertas to have Eurofederalist aspects and rejected Libertas accordingly. No Prawica Rzeczypospolitej candidates appeared on the Libertas list in the 2009 European Parliament elections.
  • Law and Justice
Law and Justice (PiS) personnel were mentioned by Pawłowiec as possible Libertas candidates, although no names were given. Libertas tried to get PiS to affiliate to it but it did not do so, and instead ran a full list of its own, although one of its members (Slawomir Ligecki) did defect to Libertas.

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