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Pages: 23. Chapters: Libertarian Movement, Forza Italia, Italian Republican Party, Italian Liberal Party, Italian Radicals, Radical Party, Liberal Democrats, Liberal Reformers, European Republicans Movement, Action Party, Pannella List, Bonino List, Italian Unionist Movement, Liberal Democratic Foundation, Pannella-Bonino List, Republican Democratic Concentration, Federation of Italian Liberals.
Excerpt: The terms Movimento Libertario (English: ) are used here to refer to a political party and a cultural movement organisation based in Italy characterized by a libertarianism cultural and political platform: minimal regulation of Italian society, liberism of the markets, strong defense of natural rights of liberty and property, non-interventionism in foreign policy, and laissez-faire freedom of trade and travel to all foreign countries.
The Movimento Libertario was originally only an Italian cultural association for the dissemination of libertarianism. As a cultural association, the Movimento Libertario began on September 24, 2005, in Treviglio with the writing of the Manifesto and Constitution of the Movimento Libertario by Leonardo Facco. The Movimento Libertario became also an Italian political subject when it is officially founded in September 2007 by Leonardo Facco, Giorgio Fidenato and Marcello Mazzilli, to defend life, liberty and property of each individual within a strong liberist system of free market, against any kind of aggression and/or coercion.
The Association has its registered office in the Municipality of Pordenone. The flag yellow/black (or black and gold) is used by anarcho-capitalists and other market anarchists. The yellow symbolizes gold, a commodity, often used in a commodity of exchange often used in marketplaces unrestricted by state intervention, the right half in black is for anarchy.
The flag was first u...