Irish Libertarian Party
The Irish Libertarian Party is the successor to the controversial Romanian party Ireland Reborn. In the November Party Elections, then IFP congressman, Artaxerxes Pavonis noticed that there were no candidates for Ireland Reborn. A Libertarian in Real Life, he saw this as a prime opportunity to found an Irish Libertarian Party. Coincidentally, an actual Irish Party called the Progressive Democrats, which was a libertarian party, was disbanded a few days before its founding.
It would later be renamed to the Irish Radical Party. At the time, it is believed to have had 25 members.