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Green-Liberal Party Canton Zurich, Switzerland

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[PPS, Switzerland] image by M. Schmöger, 4 December 2015

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Description of the flag

GLP (Grünliberale Partei Schweiz)
PVL (Parti vert’libéral Suisse)
PVL (Partito Verde Liberale svizzero)
PVL (Partida Verda-Liberala)
(Green Liberal Party)

The GLP/PVL is a moderate/centrist split from the Green Party (GPS). It was founded in Zürich in 2004, and on a federal level in 2007. It gained 12 seats in the 200-seat Nationalrat in 2011, but only 7 seats in 2015.

The party symbol consists of the shortened name in lower-case letters in one of the four languages (grunliberale / vert'liberaux / verdi liberali / verd liberals) in black, together with a small green leaf (which stands instead of the respective diacritical marks in the German and French version).

The flag is of the beach flag variety, white with a green border and the party symbol; in base there is the part of another green leaf; there is a German [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8] and a French version [8,9].
M. Schmöger, 4 December 2015


M. Schmöger, 4 December 2015