The Freedom and Justice Party of Belgium or the  (Dutch: Partij van Vrijheid en Rechtvaardigheid | French: Parti de la Liberté et de la Justiceis the current majority party in the Belgian Empire, its popularity arose after World War II and has controlled the nation for the past seven decades. In those seven decades, the party has capitulated the Kingdom of Belgium into the international scene, a world power. Its heavy opposition to the European Union and its neighboring nations has given the party a poor reputation to many outsiders.

Formally the party postures itself as a champion for liberal nationalism, economic nationalism, communitarianism and social justice.Political candidates typically focus on the importance of national unity and the family structure, be that family structure with two fathers or two mothers, social ties are the most important developing factors in fostering a great nation.