Czech Solidarity Movement
The party was Central-Right, Libertarian with capitalistic and economically liberal opinions. The editorial written by the founding of the party is.
● to oppose our pro-EDEN government
● fight against the Slovako-Czechia unification
● igniting the Czech economy through an investment bank
● creating state-run companies to support burgeoning economy and Czech baby-boom
● economy with low Import taxes (5%) and lower income taxes (3%) with moderate VAT (5%) to protect our home manufacturers and encourage importing.
● 5th April 2010 - He took it out when he was elected as the President of the Czech Republic.
● 15th April 2010 - Michal Malkovsky was elected the party president with support over 90%.
● 25th April 2010 - In the next congress elections, the party gained 2/3 of the Congress in the Anti-PTO action. It was a big success for all Czechs.
● 5th May 2010 - Michal Malkovsky lost presidential elections by 12 votes to Vit Ruzicka and the party moved to opposition against Czechoslovakian unification, described itself as pro-Phoenix and changed the name from Czech Young Liberals to Czech Phoenix Liberals.
● 15th May 2010 - Frank Zafka was elected the party president as the only candidate. He changed the name of the party to Czech Solidarity Movement and modified the platform of the party to focus on Czech sovereignty and improving domestic affairs. Later in June, he renamed party again into Czech Pirate Party which ends CSM.