Pirate Party of Chile

Political party in Chile
Pirate Party of Chile
Partido Pirata de Chile
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LeaderEnrique Herrera Noya
Founded2007
HeadquartersSantiago
IdeologyPirate politics
Transparency of government
Political positionSyncretic
National affiliationDignidad Ahora
International affiliationPirate Party International
ColoursBlack, orange, purple
Website
www.partidopirata.cl
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The Pirate Party of Chile (Spanish: Partido Pirata de Chile) is a political party yet to be approved by the national Electoral Service (SERVEL). The party was created in 2007 based on the model of the Swedish Pirate Party, founded in 2006 by Rick Falkvinge.[1] The name refers to the concept of digital pirate, trying to take the negative name that the Internet practice of illegal downloading and sharing is called, and transform it into a constructive movement for culture.

Pirate Party of Chile is also member of the Dignidad Ahora Coalition

References

  1. ^ "About (ACERCA)" (in Spanish).

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