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List for Justice and development (Political party, Slovenia)

Lista za pravičnost in razvoj, Pravičnost in razvoj - LPR

Last modified: 2010-11-06 by ivan sache
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Presentation of LPR

The List for Justice and Development (Lista za pravičnost in razvoj, Pravičnost in razvoj - LPR) is a minor regional party of Slovenia, centered on the town of Maribor. Its name suggests that it may have started as an outgrouth of longtime PM and later president Janez Drnovček's non-political Movement for Justice and Development - its ideology is similar, a new-agey environmentalism - though he never appears to have had anything to do with the same-named party before his death from cancer in 2008.

In the 2008 parliamentary elections the party won 5,897 votes for 0.56% of the total and zero seat.

Eugene Ipavec, 24 July 2010

Flag of LPR

The party uses table flags of uncertain design.

Eugene Ipavec, 23 July 2010

Emblem of LPR

The party's Statutes mention the emblem (but not the flag) in Article 2, as follows:

The emblem of the party consists of two parts: a graphical symbol and inscription. The first, dominant element is the stylized flower of the violet, next to which is located the text "List for justice and development", or in a secondary implementation the abbreviation "LPR".
The purple color (Pantone 2607 C) predominates the emblem, which is the visual foundation for the positioning of the list. In the middle of the stylized flower is a yellow ellipse (Pantone 116 C), representing the sun, life energy and vitality, and symbolizing Maribor and its surroundings and the spreading of positive energy into the area.
The inscription "List for Justice and Development" is rendered in two colors, black (40%) and purple (Pantone 2607 C). The purple serves to emphasize the words "ustice and development". The stylized violet or viola is placed in a three-dimensional space, which particularly emphasizes its dynamism and movement. Its six petals symbolize the spread of ideas into space.

Eugene Ipavec, 24 July 2010