Diplomatic relations with Slovakia
Liechtenstein establishes diplomatic relations with Slovakia for the first
time since World War II (see Foreign Policy and Defense).
Liechtenstein deleted from "gray list"
The OECD also removes Liechtenstein from the "gray list" of tax havens that
do not cooperate fully (see May above).
Overview of the capital city of Liechtenstein, including information about its population, economy, geography, history and map.
Diplomatic relations with the Czech Republic
Liechtenstein establishes diplomatic relations with the Czech Republic for
the first time since the Second World War (see Foreign Policy and Defense).
Liechtenstein is deleted from OECD's "black list"
The economic security and cooperation organization OECD deletes Liechtenstein
from its list of non-cooperating tax havens.
The Confederation of the Patriotic Union Klaus Tschütscher becomes Prime
Minister of the new government.
Elections to Parliament
The election result leads to the two bourgeois parties
Fosterlandsunion (VU) and Progressive
Citizens' Party (FBP) swapping seats as the largest
party. VU receives close to 48 percent of the votes, while the PDB gets just
over 43 and the environmental party Free List just under 9 percent. The two
largest parties form a new coalition, but now VU can appoint the Prime Minister
and two more ministers, while the FBP appoints the remaining two ministers.