Freedom and Solidarity (Sloboda a Solidarita)
A right-wing liberal political party founded by its chairman Richard Sulik. Its mission is to honour freedom, solidarity, fight for better standards of living of people in a well-run country and one of the core values is also common sense. The party stands for greater personal and economic freedom, such as civil partnerships, lower taxes and better conditions for businesses.
New Majority (Nová väčšina, Nova)
Established in 2012 by the former interior minister Daniel Lipšic and Jana Žitňanská. The Party´s manifesto is based on four topics: New Politics, New Economy, New Public Service, New morality. The movement’s agenda predominantly includes equality of opportunities in education and the integration of people with disabilities. It promotes the principles of economic liberalism, a lower and simpler system of taxation and the fight against bureaucracy.
Ordinary People and Independent Personalities (Obyčajní Ľudia a nezávislé osobnosti, OĽaNO)
The political movement was created as an alternative to corruption in Slovakia. It promotes free votes in the national parliament (without political party whipping) and more experts in government (without political nominations). The movement’s candidate list contains people with almost no political experience, yet it has gained representation in the Slovakian and European Parliament.