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The party logo will now appear on European Parliament ballot papers this June, the statement said.
Declan Ganley, president of Libertas, also happens to be president of Rivada Networks, a US defence contractor (they supply emergency communications networks to the US intelligence community).
Libertas has been formally added to the register of political parties by the clerk of the Dáil this morning, according to a statement by the party.
Originally posted by bharata
If the US military is funding (basicaly setting up) a political party then why?
Have they done this before and what are the examples.
Libertas currently has two members from France, and one each from Cyprus, Britain, Greece, Finland, Bulgaria and Estonia
Anti-Lisbon treaty party to get EU funds
Libertas is also gathering members from other quarters. The Times newspaper reports that Kevin O'Connell, former deputy director of EU law enforcement agency Europol, wants to run for the party in the June European elections.