Liberal Party of Kihāmát
Kihāmátī Lákhû velkôvanatī́zī
President President
Founded 1625
Ideology social liberalism, libertarianism
Political position centre-right (economic)
left-wing (social)
Official colours yellow, black
National Parliament
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The Liberal Party of Kihāmát (rarely referred to as the LPK) is a major political party in Kihāmát. The party has the second largest number of seats in the Kihā́mmic National Parliament, behind the Socialist Party, with 13 of 135 seats. The Liberal Party was founded during the late Kingdom of Kihāmát, in 1625, and is the oldest party in the country. The party disbanded in 1883 due the non-partisan system installed by the Communist Federation but was then refounded in the late 1950s along with numerous other parties.